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Edward Lee Morgan (July 10, 1938, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – February 19, 1972, New York City)

From Wikipedia: Edward Lee Morgan (July Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – February New York City) was an American hard bop trumpeter.

Roy Haynes. The very definition of “hip,” Roy Haynes has been a popular drummer-of-choice with cutting-edge artists for decades, working with Lester Young and Charlie Parker in the 1940s, Billie Holliday and Sarah Vaughan in the ’50s, Stan Getz, John Coltrane and Gary Burton in the ’60s, Chick Corea in the ’70s and Pat Metheny in the ’80s.

The very definition of “hip,” Roy Haynes worked with Lester Young and Charlie Parker in the Billie Holliday and Sarah Vaughan in the Stan Getz, John Coltrane. Gary Burton in the Chick Corea in the and Pat Metheny in the

A great portrait poster of "Bird" - Jazz saxophone legend Charlie Parker! Published in 1992. Fully licensed. Ships fast. 24x36 inches. Need Poster Mounts..? bm5807

Charlie Parker Portrait Poster 24x36

A great portrait poster of "Bird" - Jazz saxophone legend Charlie Parker! Published in Fully licensed. Need Poster Mounts.

Cool hat, checkered black and white

"Sir Miles Dewey Davis III" Miles the first to experiment with…

Toots Thielemans, born Jean-Baptiste Frederic Isidor Thielemans (1922) - Belgian jazz musician known for his guitar and harmonica playing as well as his whistling. Thielemans is credited as one of the greatest harmonica players of the 20th century.

Toots Thielemans, born Jean-Baptiste Frederic Isidor Thielemans Belgian jazz musician known for his guitar and harmonica playing as well as his whistling. Thielemans is credited as one of the greatest harmonica players of the century.

Charlie Parker by Ray Whitten

Charlie Parker by Ray Whitten

CHARLIE PARKER

Saxophonist Charlie “Bird” Parker, born August in Kansas City, Kans., tried heroin for the first time at Soon, “strangers began showing up.

The late, great Donald Byrd #jazz #donaldbyrd #blackbyrds The trumpet have silenced but the records are alive...

Jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd dead at 80

The late, great Donald Byrd #jazz #donaldbyrd #blackbyrds The trumpet have silenced but the records are alive...

Charlie Parker ~Repinned Via Christa Bethune Smith

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