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A Studio Chronicle 1940-1948 - Charlie Parker
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  1. I Found a New Baby
  2. Body and Soul
  3. Honeysuckle Rose
  4. Oh, Lady Be Good
  5. Coquette
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  1. I Found a New Baby
  2. Body and Soul
  3. Honeysuckle Rose
  4. Oh, Lady Be Good
  5. Coquette
  6. Moten Swing
  7. Blues
  8. Swingmatism
  9. Hootie Blues
  10. Dexter Blues
  11. Lonely Boy Blues
  12. Get Me on Your Mind
  13. The Jumpin' Blues
  14. Sepian Bounce
  15. Cherokee
  16. My Heart Tells Me
  17. I've Found a New Baby
  18. Body and Soul
  19. Tiny's Tempo
  20. I'll Always Love You Just the Same
  21. Romance Without Finance
  22. Red Cross
  23. What's the Matter Now?
  24. I Want Every Bit of It
  25. That's the Blues
  26. 4-F Blues
  27. G.I. Blues
  28. Dream of You
  29. Seventh Avenue
  30. Sorta Kinda
  31. Ooh Ooh, My My, Ooh Ooh
  32. Groovin' High
  33. All the Things You Are
  34. Dizzy Atmosphere
  35. Salt Peanuts
  36. Shaw 'Nuff
  37. Lover Man
  38. Hot House
  39. What More Can a Woman Do
  40. I'd Rather Have a Memory Than a Dream
  41. Mean to Me
  42. Hallelujah
  43. Get Happy
  44. Slam Slam Blues
  45. Congo Blues
  46. Takin' Off
  47. If I Had You
  48. 20th Century Blues
  49. The Street Beat
  50. Warming up a Riff
  51. Billie's Bounce
  52. Now's the Time
  53. Thriving on a Riff
  54. Meandering
  55. Koko
  56. Dizzy's Boogie
  57. Flat Foot Floogie
  58. Poppity Pop
  59. Slim's Jam
  60. Diggin' Diz
  61. Moose the Mooche
  62. Yardbird Suite
  63. Ornithology
  64. The Famous Alto Break
  65. A Night in Tunisia
  66. Max (Is) Making Wax
  67. Lover Man
  68. The Gypsy
  69. Bebop
  70. Blues, Pt. 1 & 2
  71. Buzzy
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A Studio Chronicle 1940-1948 is a five-disc box set from the British label JSP detailing what producer Ted Kendall considers to be the essential studio recordings of saxophonist Charlie Parker. Included here are not only the innovative bebop sides that made Parker a living legend, but also the early Kansas City swing recordings he appeared on while playing with the Jay McShann Orchestra. The result is a studio history of Parker's development from a struggling farm kid turned musician to the most important figure in jazz ...

A Studio Chronicle 1940-1948 2003, JSP

UPC: 788065901523

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