"Don’t play the saxophone. Let it play you." -Charlie Parker

Charlie Parker started playing as a boy, when his mother gave him a saxophone to cheer him up after his father left. He went on to spearhead a musical revolution – nd

Foto Charlie & Dizzy Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie - KoKo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rMiD8UUcd0 - magajazzfan Lee - Google+

Foto Charlie & Dizzy Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie - KoKo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rMiD8UUcd0 - magajazzfan Lee - Google+

charlie-parker

Charlie "Bird" Parker was one of the most influential musicians of the century. In his brief life, Parker created a new sound on the alto

Charlie Parker in a photo booth, Kansas City, 1940

indigodreams: “ theshinyboogie: Charlie Parker in a photo booth, Kansas City, 1940 (via) ”

Mr. Davis

"Miles Dewey Davis III: May 1926 – September 1991 was an American jazz musician, trumpeter, bandleader, and composer.

A great John Coltrane poster! Blue Train was his last "conventional" jazz LP…

John Coltrane Blue Train Jazz Poster 24x34

A great John Coltrane poster! Blue Train was his last "conventional" jazz LP…

Diz

Young Dizzy Gillespie ~ Jazz favorites of Tommy and Beth ~ The Final Piece by Maggi Myers

Bird

Bird

Bird (a biography of Charlie Parker played by Forest Whittaker).

Charlie “BIRD” Parker on Savoy Vol. 1 Kerouac loved listening to Charlie Parker!

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