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- Parker is the bassist, of course; Gerald Cleaver, drums; and Craig Taborn will turn some ears with his piano.
- Parker is a fashion icon and has become very influential in the world of fashion.
- Parker was the co-founder of bebop, the modern jazz style that he and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie created during the mid 1940's.
- Parker was the wife of Shawn Parker, crew chief for Jarrett's No.
- Parker (-8 defense) was a great defender.
- Unitarianism became a religion of reason under the leadership of James Martineau in England and Ralph Waldo Emerson and Theodore Parker in the United States.
- Theodore Parker (1810-1860), a renegade Unitarian minister of the mid-19th century and a leading figure of the Abolitionist movement in the Boston area.
- The town of Quanah, Texas, county seat of Hardeman County, was named after Quanah Parker.
- Quanah Parker became a leader of the Quahadi, and led them successfully for a number of years.
- His arrival preceded that of two other important members, trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie and saxophonist Charlie Parker, by only a few months.
- However, it's main innovators were alto saxophonist Charlie Parker and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie.Bop had established itself as vogue by 1945.
- Pioneers of the Bebop style were alto saxophonist Charlie Parker and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie.
- Alyn Shipton explores the music of saxophonist Charlie Parker, still regarded as one of the greatest soloists and innovators in jazz.
- The next major stylistic turn came with bebop, led by such distinctive stylists as the saxophonist Charlie Parker (known as "Bird").
- He furthered his musical education by listening to jazz recordings of Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, Tal Farlow, and saxophonist Charlie Parker.
- Miles Davis played in Charlie Parker 's band during the bebop era and personally influenced the birth of cool jazz, modal jazz and jazz fusion.
- That's how Lester Young got popular; its how Charlie Parker got popular; it's how Miles Davis got popular; that's how John Coltrane got popular.
- Keep it cool: jazz historian Ted Gioia joins us for the music and meaning of Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Bix Beiderbecke, Miles Davis and more.
- He also worked on different occasions with famous jazz and funk musicians, such as Miles Davis, Larry Graham, George Clinton, and Maceo Parker.
- Maceo Parker is one of the best saxophone players of all time.He has such a fluid Funky sound that no other sax player has,in my opinion.
- His earliest years were spent playing in R&B and funk bands in emulation of his first hero, Maceo Parker.
- Gillespie, Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker and other young musicians were exploring ways to create a radical new jazz style called bebop.
- Gillespie, with Charlie Parker, was a major figure in the development of bebop and modern jazz.
- While there, he also began playing with alto saxophonist Charlie Parker, trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, and other pioneers of the new jazz style known as bebop.
- This period also saw the early emergence of bebop as Earl Hines hired Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, and Billy Eckstine.
- But he was as well listening to bebop innovators like Charlie Parker, Max Roach, Bud Powell and Dizzy Gillespie.
- In July of 1944 he sat in with Billy Eckstine and his band, where he met his life long idols, Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker.
- In 2006 Antonio began expanding his coverage to other regions in Italy when Robert Parker invited him to join The Wine Advocate.
- Robert Parker and Maw Bass) in 3:29 by disqualification after the Desperados interfered and attacked Austin.
- Nils was the first winemaker in California to get a 100 point rating from Robert Parker.
- The magazine quotes an insider as saying the movie, to be filmed in Manhat tan, will focus on Carrie's (Parker) wedding to Mr. Big (Chris Noth).
- The second installment of the film had began filming on September 1, 2009, with Sarah Jessica Parker and Chris Noth.
- Sarah Jessica Parker (born March 25, 1965) is an American actress and producer, with a portfolio of television, film, and theater performances.
- Sarah Jessica Parker had a boost in his career by the early 1990s.
- He later became the house pianist at Birdland, where he performed with the likes of Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis.
- In the late forties and early fifties, Gaillard frequently opened at Birdland for such greats as Charlie Parker, Flip Phillips, and Coleman Hawkins.
- There are recordings of Navarro playing with Charlie Parker at Birdland in 1950, shortly before his death.
- Davis records Ornithology and Night in Tunisia with Parker in Los Angeles and then rejoins Billy Eckstine's band.
- By his teenage years he had become a jazz fan and was sneaking out at night to see Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker play.
- In the last heat Craig Watson and Shane Parker earned all three points for Glasgow with a 1-5 giving them a four point win on the night.
- Basquiat found deep inspiration from music, in particular bebop pioneers like Miles Davis, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie.
- Candace Parker was 10 years old when she watched Lisa Leslie win her first Olympic gold medal in Atlanta.
- Lisa Leslie and Candace Parker are the only players to have dunked in a WNBA game.
- Candace Parker answered with 14 points for the Sparks.
- In the women's Tournament, the sport's colossus, Tennessee, won yet another title, led by Candace Parker, the game's best player.
- Losing is one thing that Parker didn't do often at Tennessee.
- Saxophonist, George Coleman from Memphis, Tennessee is a self taught sax player inspired by Charlie Parker.
- Following his release after six months, Parker formed his own quintet, which included trumpeter Miles Davis and drummer Max Roach.
- Six months later, she had joined Eckstine in Earl Hiness big band along with jazz legends Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker.
- THE CRIMSON CORD BY ELLIS PARKER BUTLER I had not seen Perkins for six months or so and things were dull.
- Along with a handful of other musicians, including Thelonious Monk and Kenny Clarke, Mr. Gillespie and Mr. Parker would regularly experiment.
- With Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and Miles Davis, Gillespie ushered in the era of brash, speedy, lopsided jazz known as bebop.
- His band played a mixture of pop standards and bebop originals by Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, and Tadd Dameron.
- The great jazz trumpet er, bandleader, composer, vocalist, and arranger Dizzy Gillespie was, with Charlie Parker, a founder of bebop.
- Louis Armstrong and Charlie Parker were more brilliant as soloists, but neither could touch him as a bandleader, composer, or musical visionary.
- Jair-Rohm Parker Wells is an American bassist, composer, programmer, conceptualist and record producer.
- Parker was originally introduced to liberal religious perspectives in the early 1830s by Convers Francis of Watertown, Massachusetts.
- Harry Parker (born October 28, 1935 in Fitchburg, Massachusetts) is the head coach of the Harvard varsity rowing program (1963-present).
- In 1966 the Parker Brothers purchased the rights to the Ouija Board and shifted its manufacturing facilities to Salem, Massachusetts.
- While a teenager, Hill performed in rhythm and blues bands and with jazz stars, including Charlie Parker and Miles Davis.
- While attending graduate school at the University of Chicago in 1913, Counts was influenced by John Dewey and Francis W. Parker.
- IN his precocious early days, the jazz pianist Andrew Hill traveled to Detroit from Chicago to play with Charlie Parker.
- Eugene Parker (Chicago) proposes the theory of the solar wind.
- She later acknowledged the influence of artists heard during this time, including Smith, Ma Rainey, Junior Parker, and Memphis Minnie.
- This was the record that inspired Junior Parker to record his own version for Duke Records a few years later.
- He died at only 28 years of age, but his work strongly influenced such singers as Sonny Boy Williamson; Muddy Waters; Howling Wolf and Junior Parker.
- Houston stole away Brent Barry, leaving Tim Duncan and Tony Parker as the only Spurs who can score reliably.
- Parker stated that, of his own records, Bird With Strings was his favorite.
- Charlie Parker with Strings is a 1950 (see 1950 in music) album by Charlie Parker, accompanied by strings.
- Excited by the new music, Manne developed his skills by performing with Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker.
- Parker enjoyed international fame while living here, performing with large and small ensembles, as well as with Latin big bands and string sections.
- In the 1950s he founded the Jazz Workshop in Montreal, performing and recording there with Charlie Parker.
- Parker left high school with an ear for music and an addiction to barbiturates.
- In high school, she got hooked on bebop, and at 16 years old, she sat in with Charlie Parker during the saxophonist's Detroit gig.
- He got his first musical jobs in high school, and was inspired when he saw Billy Eckstine's big band with Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker.
- Gillespie also played for two months in Hollywood with Parker, vibraphonist Milt Jackson, bassist Ray Brown, pianist Al Haig, and drummer Stan Levy.
- In December, Parker and Gillespie took their music to Hollywood on a six-week nightclub tour.
- In 1946-47, some record sessions for the new label Dial were organized at Hollywood with Charlie Parker and the Howard McGhee combo.
- The night of the "Lover Man" session, Parker was drinking in his hotel room.
- On his second eight bars, however, Parker begins to struggle, and a desperate Howard McGhee, playing trumpet on the session, shouts, "Blow!" at Parker.
- He also recorded a session with Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Tommy Potter and Roach during this year.
- South Park is a comedy animated series created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker.
- Parker died in a suite at the Stanhope Hotel occupied by his friend and patroness Nica de Koenigswarter while watching Tommy Dorsey on television.
- Parker died while watching Tommy Dorsey on television in the suite at the Stanhope Hotel belonging to his friend and patroness Nica de Koenigswarter.
- Performing since 1983, David Parker is a veteran of television and theater.
- After cutting his musical teeth playing swing with big bands, Rodney converted to jazz under the guidance of Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker.
- Like Lester Young, Charlie Christian, and other outstanding soloists, Parker had played with big bands.
- After apprenticeship with big bands (including Earl Hines'), Parker settled in New York.
- The remaining ten tunes are performed by Gillespie with his big band and do not include Parker.
- He was with Dizzy Gillespie 's big band briefly in 1949, and recorded with Charlie Parker in 1952, but then permanently dropped out of music.
- JJM On Dizzy Gillespie's success with a big band, Parker said, "A big band slows anybody down because you don't get a chance to play enough.
- The footage here includes performance by other musicians, notably Charlie Parker, Ray Brown, and John Lewis.
- He worked with Dinah Washington, Miles Davis, and Roberta Flack, as well as Charlie Parker, before forming a trio and recording for Jubilee.
- By 1943, he gained a trio of stellar bandmates — Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, and Sarah Vaughan.
- Redskins Add Parker The Redskins are hoping one out of the trio of Parker, Larry Johnson and Clinton Portis wins the starting job.
- The following year, Maceo Parker and Fred Wesley (also from the JBs) joined Parliament, enhancing the horns and adding a new, jazzy dimension to the music.
- In 1975, Parker and some of Brown's band members, including Fred Wesley, left to join George Clinton's band Parliament-Funkadelic.
- Wesley was featured trombonist with Parker until 1996 when he formed his own band, The Fred Wesley Group.
- Wesley was featured trombonist with Maceo Parker until 1996 when he formed his own band, The Fred Wesley Group.
- On the next tune, "Lover Man", producer Ross Russell physically supported Parker in front of the microphone.
- There are literally hundreds of tunes based on the chord progresion to that tune, including "Anthropology" by Charlie Parker and "Oleo" by Sonny Rollins.
- For example, in the Caribbean voyagers will rely on Chris Parker, while in the Atlantic they'll tune to Herb Hilgenberg.
- Coleman taught himself to play the alto saxophone in his teens, inspired (like many jazz musicians of his generation) by Charlie Parker.
- For sure no one plays the alto saxophone like Maceo Parker, and most likely no one ever will again.
- After falling in love with the music of legendary US saxophonist Charlie Parker, he took up the same instrument.
- Even though, after the early 40s, Charlie Parker took the alto saxophone in other directions, Hodges remains one of the giants of the instrument.
- He is one of the few major jazz performers on his instrument, and the first major bop performer, and was originally influenced by Charlie Parker.
- Parker was known for often showing up to performances without a horn and borrowing someone else's at the last moment.
- To give you an idea of what Dizzy had been putting up with, Parker played the gig on a white plastic saxophone, because his horn was in the pawn shop.
- Things got going when he met saxophonist Charlie Parker, then just a guy from Kansas City with a horn, while on tour with Calloway.
- Parker left a widow, Chan Parker, a daughter, Kim Parker, who is also a musician, and a son, Baird Parker, who died in the Vietnam War.
- Phil Woods married Chan Parker, the widow of Charlie Parker, and was step-father to Parker's daughter, Kim, and his son, Baird.
- The eight tracks by Dizzy Gillespie come from a 1946 trip to California with Milt Jackson, Ray Brown, and (heard only on one track) Charlie Parker.
- In the two most recent races on the schedule at California and Texas, Parker Jr.
- Lake Havasu is a large reservoir behind Parker Dam on the Colorado River, on the border between California and Arizona.
- Criss moved to Los Angeles from Memphis at the age of 15, and at 19 played in Howard McGhee 's band with Charlie Parker and Teddy Edwards.
- Developing his talent rapidly, Baker moved to Los Angeles two years later and worked with Parker once more.
- In December 1945 they played an unsuccessful engagement in Hollywood, but Parker remained in Los Angeles.
- Presley's management was then turned over to Colonel Tom Parker, a country music hustler who had made stars of Eddy Arnold and Hank Snow.
- And Eddy Arnold appreciated that." Arnold had a falling out with Parker in 1953 and did something Elvis was never able to do -- fire Colonel Tom Parker.
- Tom Parker, who later went on to control the career of Elvis, Eddy Arnold began to dominate country music.
- Tom Parker (who later went on to control the career of Elvis Presley), Arnold began to dominate country music.
- Managed by Colonel Tom Parker (who later went on to control the career of Elvis Presley), Arnold began to dominate country music.
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