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Artie Shaw

One of jazz's finest clarinetists, Artie Shaw never seemed fully satisfied with his musical life, constantly breaking up successful bands and running away from success. While Count Basie and Duke Ellington were satisfied to lead just one orchestra during the swing era, and Benny Goodman (due to illness) had two, Shaw led five, all of them distinctive and memorable.

After growing up in New Haven, CT, and playing clarinet and alto locally, Shaw spent part of 1925 with Johnny Cavallaro's dance band and then played off and on with Austin Wylie's band in Cleveland from 1927-1929 before joining Irving Aaronson's Commanders. After moving to New York, Shaw became a close associate of Willie "The Lion" Smith at jam sessions, and by 1931 was a busy studio musician. He retired from music for the first time in 1934 in hopes of writing a book, but when his money started running out, Shaw returned to New York. A major turning point occurred when he performed at an all-star big band concert at the Imperial Theatre in May 1936, surprising the audience by performing with a string quartet and a rhythm section. He used a similar concept in putting together his first orchestra, adding a Dixieland-type front line and a vocalist while retaining the strings. Despite some fine recordings, that particular band disbanded in early 1937 and then Shaw put together a more conventional big band.

The surprise success of his 1938 recording of "Begin the Beguine" made the clarinetist into a superstar and his orchestra (who featured the tenor of Georgie Auld, vocals by Helen Forrest and Tony Pastor, and, by 1939, Buddy Rich's drumming) into one of the most popular in the world. Billie Holiday was with the band for a few months, although only one recording ("Any Old Time") resulted. Shaw found the pressure of the band business difficult to deal with and in November 1939 suddenly left the bandstand and moved to Mexico for two months. When Shaw returned, his first session, utilizing a large string section, resulted in another major hit, "Frenesi"; it seemed that he could not escape success. Shaw's third regular orchestra, who had a string section and such star soloists as trumpeter Billy Butterfield and pianist Johnny Guarnieri, was one of his finest, waxing perhaps the greatest version of "Stardust" along with the memorable "Concerto for Clarinet." The Gramercy Five, a small group formed out of the band (using Guarnieri on harpsichord), also scored with the million-selling "Summit Ridge Drive."

Despite all this, Shaw broke up the orchestra in 1941, only to re-form an even larger one later in the year. The latter group featured Hot Lips Page along with Auld and Guarnieri. After Pearl Harbor, Shaw enlisted and led a Navy band (unfortunately unrecorded) before getting a medical discharge in February 1944. Later in the year, his new orchestra featured Roy Eldridge, Dodo Marmarosa, and Barney Kessel, and found Shaw's own style becoming quite modern, almost boppish. But, with the end of the swing era, Shaw again broke up his band in early 1946 and was semi-retired for several years, playing classical music as much as jazz.

His last attempt at a big band was a short-lived one, a boppish unit who lasted for a few months in 1949 and included Zoot Sims, Al Cohn, and Don Fagerquist; their modern music was a commercial flop. After a few years of limited musical activity, Shaw returned one last time, recording extensively with a version of the Gramercy Five that featured Tal Farlow or Joe Puma on guitar along with Hank Jones. Then, in 1955, Artie Shaw permanently gave up the clarinet to pursue his dreams of being a writer. Although he served as the frontman (with Dick Johnson playing the clarinet solos) for a reorganized Artie Shaw Orchestra in 1983, Shaw never played again. He received plenty of publicity for his eight marriages (including to actresses Lana Turner, Ava Gardner, and Evelyn Keyes) and for his odd autobiography, The Trouble With Cinderella (which barely touches on the music business or his wives), but the outspoken Artie Shaw deserves to be best remembered as one of the truly great clarinetists. His RCA recordings, which were reissued in complete fashion in a perfectly done Bluebird LP series, have only been made available in piecemeal fashion on CD. ~ Scott Yanow
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Ten

1. Copenhagen

2. Rose Room

3. El Rancho

4. It Had To Be You

5. My Heart Stood Still

6. Shine On Harvest Moon

7. Jungle Drums

8. Lover Come Back To Me

9. Dancing On The Ceiling

10. Too Marvellous For Words

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Track List: Blue Interlude

1. April In My Heart

3. Small Fry

4. Just A Kid Named Joe

5. Lambeth Walk

6. Shine On Harvest Moon

7. Sweet And Simple

8. Blue Interlude

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Track List: September Song

1. September Song

2. My Blue Heaven

3. Snug As A Bug In A Rug

4. Georgia On My Mind

5. Easy To Love

6. Rose Room

7. You're A Sweet Little Headache

8. They Can't Take That Away From Me

9. When Winter Comes

10. Shadows

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Track List: Volume 1

1. Let's Walk

2. Love Of My Life

3. Ghost Of A Chance

4. How Deep Is The Ocean

5. The Glider

6. The Hornet

7. They Can't Convince Me

8. I Got The Sun In The Morning

9. Along With Me

10. You Do Something To Me

12. Begin The Beguine

13. My Heart Belongs To Daddy

14. Night And Day

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Track List: Thesaurus

Disc 1

1. They Can't Take That Away From Me

2. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

3. Things Are Looking Up

4. Stardust

5. I Only Have Eyes For You

6. Tea For Two

7. So In Love

8. You Do Something To Me

9. He's Funny That Way

10. Let's Fall In Love

11. I Get A Kick Out Of You

12. Begin The Beguine

13. I Concentrate On You

14. 'S Wonderful

15. Orinoco

16. Love Walked In

17. Krazy Kat

18. I Cover The Waterfront

19. Gue-Le-Le/Afro Cubano

20. Comes Love

Disc 2

1. Moonglow

2. So Easy

3. Innuendo

4. Mucho De Nada

5. Smooth And Easy

6. Cool Daddy

7. Easy To Love

8. Minnesota

9. Nightmare

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Track List: Live At The Cafe Rouge

1. At Sundown

2. I'm Sorry For Myself

3. Maria My Own

4. Diga Diga Doo

5. Moonray

6. Everything Is Jumpin'

7. St Louis Blues

8. My Blue Heaven

9. I've Got My Eye On You

10. El Rancho Grande

11. Sweet Sue

12. The Man From Mars

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Track List: The Complete Thesaurus Transcriptions 1949

Disc 1

2. They Can't Take That Away From Me

3. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

4. Things Are Looking Up

5. Stardust

6. Tea For Two

7. I Only Have Eyes For You

8. So In Love

9. You Do Something To Me

10. He's Funny That Way

11. Let's Fall In Love

13. So Easy

14. Innuendo

17. Grabtown Grapple

18. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

19. I Get A Kick Out Of You

21. I Concentrate On You

23. Orinoco

25. Krazy Kat

Disc 2

2. Carnival

3. Comes Love

4. Together

5. Too Marvellous For Words

6. How Deep Is The Ocean

9. Pied Piper Theme

10. Cross Your Heart

12. Love Is The Sweetest Thing

13. Bedford Drive

14. Love Of My Life

15. Smooth And Easy

16. Cool Daddy

17. Easy To Love

18. Minnesota (Aesop's Fables)

19. Similau

20. Fred's Delight

21. Time On My Hands

22. Love For Sale

23. Orinoco

25. I Get A Kick Out Of You

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Track List: More Last Recordings: The Final Sessions

Disc 1

1. How High The Moon

2. Stop And Go Mambo

3. I've Got A Crush On You

4. Begin The Beguine

5. The Chaser

6. Stardust

7. Summit Ridge Drive

8. Autumn Leaves (Take 6)

9. Scuttlebutt

Disc 2

1. Back Bay Shuffle

2. Autumn Leaves (Take 5)

3. Dancing In The Dark

4. Cross Your Heart

5. Don't Take Your Love From Me

6. Frenesi

7. September Song

8. Grabtown Grapple

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Track List: The Very Best Of

1. I Can't Get Started With You

2. Scuttlebutt

3. A Room With A View

4. Blues In The Night

5. Rosalie

6. A Foggy Day

7. What Is There To Say

8. My Heart Stood To Say

9. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

10. The Man I Love

11. Stardust

12. Temptation

13. Moonglow

14. Blues

15. Ziguener

16. La Paloma

17. Nightmare

18. Onesong

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Track List: The Last Artie Shaw Orchestra

1. I Get A Kick Out Of You

2. Love Walked In

3. Nothin' For Nothin'

4. In The Still Of The Night

5. Where Or When

6. Mucho De Nada

7. Crumbum

8. I'll Remember April

9. The Continental (2010)

10. Travelin' (All Alone)

11. The Shekomeko Shuffle

12. More Than You Know

13. Love Is The Sweetest Thing

14. He's Gone Away

15. There Must Be Something Better Than Love

16. So Easy

17. Orinoco

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Track List: The Essential Artie Shaw

Disc 1

1. Begin The Beguine

2. Special Delivery Stomp

3. Non Stop Flight

4. Deep Purple

5. Oh! Lady Be Good

6. Scuttlebutt

7. Shoot The Likker to Me, Johnny Boy

8. St. James Infirmary Blues, Pts. 1-2

9. Georgia On My Mind

10. April In Paris

11. Any Old Time

12. All The Things You Are

13. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise

14. Back Bay Shuffle

15. (When Your Heart's on Fire) Smoke Gets in Your Eyes

16. Tabu

17. Blues In The Night

18. Concerto For Clarinet, Pts. 1-2

Disc 2

1. Frenesi

2. Summit Ridge Drive

3. Take Your Shoes Off, Baby

4. It Had To Be You

5. Don't Take Your Love From Me

6. Indian Love Call

7. Dancing In The Dark

8. Deep In A Dream

9. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

10. Star Dust

11. Room With A View

12. Temptation

13. Streamline (Alt. Take)

14. Traffic Jam

15. What Is This Thing Called Love?

16. Yesterdays

17. You're A Lucky Guy

18. Alone Together

19. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)

20. Nightmare

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Track List: Jazz Moods - Hot

1. Everything Is Jumpin'

2. Traffic Jam

3. What Is This Thing Called Love?

4. Bedford Drive

5. Temptation

6. At Sundown

7. 'S Wonderful

8. Lucky Number

9. Just Kiddin' Around

10. Tabu

12. Lady Day

13. Begin The Beguine

14. Diga Diga Doo

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Track List: Traffic Jam

1. Sugar Foot Stomp

2. The Chant

3. Traffic Jam

4. Scuttlebutt

5. Shoot The Likker To Me John Boy

6. It's A Long Way To Tipperary

7. Indian Love Call

8. Begin The Beguine

9. Back Bay Shuffe

10. Frenesi

11. Nightmare

12. The Skeleton In The Closet

13. Special Delivery Stomp

14. My Blue Heaven

15. Deep Purple

16. I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time

17. Thou Swell

18. What Is This Thing Called Love

19. Oh ! Lady Be Good

20. Stardust

21. The Blues

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Track List: The Best Of The War Years

1. Stardust

2. Just Kiddin' Around

3. Moonglow

4. I Cover The Waterfront

5. Adios Mariquita Linda

6. Frenesi

7. Any Old Time

8. It Had To Be You

9. Special Delivery Stomp

10. Begin The Beguine

11. What Is This Thing Called Love?

12. Ziguener

13. Summit Ridge Drive

14. When The Quail Come Back To San Quentin

15. Temptation

16. Crossy Your Heart

17. The Maid With The Flacid Air

18. Nightmare

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Track List: Highlights From Artie Shaw: Self Portrait

1. Nightmare

2. Free Wheeling

3. Any Old Time

4. Carioca

5. Frenesi

6. Star Dust

8. Two In One Blues

9. Bedford Drive

10. Summertime

11. Begin The Beguine

12. Afro-Cubana

13. Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered

14. Scuttlebutt

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Track List: Evensong

1. Chantez-Les Bas

2. Stardust

3. Who's Excited?

4. Prelude In C Major

5. This Is Romance

6. Dancing In The Dark

7. I Cover The Waterfront

8. Alone Together

9. Blues In The Night

10. Rockin' Chair

11. Is It Taboo?

12. Beyond The Blue Horizon

13. Take Your Shoes Off, Baby

14. Solid Sam

15. Just Kiddin' Around

16. To A Broadway Rose

17. Deuces Wild

19. Suite No. 8

20. Hindustan

21. Carnival

22. Needlenose

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Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Begin The Beguine

2. Stardust

3. I Cover The Waterfront

4. Comes Love

5. Deep Purple

6. Moonglow

7. Any Old Time

8. Frenesi

9. Lover, Come Back To Me

10. To A Broadway Rose

11. Indian Love Call

12. Temptation

13. Oh! Lady Be Good

14. St. Louis Blues

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Track List: Free For All

1. The Blues Part I

2. The Blues Part II

3. It's A Long Way To Tipperary

4. I've A Strange New Rythm In My Heart

5. If It's The Last Thing I Do

6. Nightmare

7. Shoot The Likker To Me, Johnny Boy

8. Free Wheeling

9. Let'er Go

10. A Strange Loneliness

11. Monsoon

12. I'm Yours (Harburg, Green)

13. Just You, Just Me

14. Free For All

15. Whistle While You Work

16. One Song

17. Goodnight, Angel

18. There's A New Moon Over The Old Mill

19. Non-Stop Flight

20. I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time

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Track List: Let's Go For Shaw!

1. Stardust

2. The Blues (One And Two)

3. Moonglow

4. Blues In The Night

5. Rockin' Chair

6. Solid Sam

7. Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat

8. Special Delivery Stomp

9. Dancing In The Dark

10. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

11. Begin The Beguine

12. Back Bay Shuffle

13. Frenesi

14. Deep Purple

15. Don't Take Your Love From Me

16. What Is There To Say?

17. Deep In A Dream

18. Rosalie

19. All The Things You Are

20. Concerto For Clarinet

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Track List: Mixed Bag

1. The Hornet

2. The Glider

3. Love Of My Life

4. Let's Walk

5. Love For Sale

6. My Heart Belongs To Daddy

7. Begin The Beguine

8. Get Out Of Town

9. What Is This Thing Called Love?

10. Guilty

11. I've Got The Sun In The Morning

12. Changing My Tune

13. It's The Same Old Dream

14. Anniversary Song

15. For You, For Me, Forever More

16. I Believe

17. When You're Around

18. Connecticut

19. Sunny Side Up

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Track List: Live At The Blue Room

1. Nightmare (Live)

2. Together (Live)

3. My Reverie (Live)

4. Sobbin Blues (Live)

5. Jeepers Creepers (Live)

6. In The Mood (Live)

7. Non Stop Flight (Live)

8. Begin The Beguine (Live)

9. The Old Stamping Ground (Live)

10. The Chant (Live)

11. Stardust (Live)

12. The Carioca (Live)

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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Now that you started reading this don't stop this is so freaky. But if you read this and ignore it you will have very bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 144 minutes. When your done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so freaky it actually works
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This excellent arrangement was crafted by Ray Conniff during his time with Artie Shaw. Later he adapted it for his own orchestra on the trend-settin g S'Wonderful lp - the first of many for this great musician.
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I concur with all the GOOD comments which I have read. A foggy day
in London town and I cover the waterfront are also among my favorites.
Along with Beguine and Frenisi I could listen to these and others for ever. Viva the Big Bands!
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why can't todays younger generations get into this kind of music and drop all that rap crap
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Artie Shaw how great your are
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Shaw was not the nicest person to be around, but he could sure make his clarinet sing! It's a shame he stopped playing the instrument around 1954 in order to be a writer - he should have stuck to playing the clarinet! Great musical talent, who wasted this gift for other pursuits. Loved his 1940 band with strings and the songs they recorded during this period - Moonglow and Frenisi. His version of Stardust was the best instrumental version of the sung that ever was recorded!
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70-80 years later and Artie still sounds fresh.True quality lasts.
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Very cool
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That early I'm only listing to 50s 60s70s 80s 90s
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I miss you so much; mom and feel you with me when I listen to this music!
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Love the poetic lyrics to this song. Love the accomplished Notes of Clarinetist, Artie Shaw!! ❤️
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Simply great
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Love love love this great music��❤️❤️❤
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Oh I for got to say if you are not in love you will still love this music!!!
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I love this it is so romantic !!!! Makes me cry such beautiful!!!
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Just plain fabulous !!!
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Artie was the best.
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I love music like this in the SPRING. It takes me back to when I used to shop at a little boutique called April Cornell.
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Artie is spectacular !!!!❤️❤️
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One of my all time favorites !!



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WOW!! Such an impressive trumpet solo, and Artie is miraculous!! ! ! ! :-)
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Artie Shaw does a wonderful job on Summertime. But why are the credits on this song displayed like this? Songwriters: SEAN COMBS, TAURIAN ADONIS SHROPSHIRE, MARIO MENDELL WINANS, ANGELA BEYINCE, BEYONCE KNOWLES, VARICK SMITH ?This song, Summertime, is from the 1935 opera, Porgy & Bess, by George Gershwin and the lyrics were written by DuBose Heyward.
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What a talent!!!! Such a gifted clarinetist! ! :-)
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Artie was on a self destructive musical career most of his life. too bad he was one of the best.
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25windinghil l s
Great song!
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These musicians know how to make real music, not nonsensical noise!
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enjoyable
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Rusty f.

What a privilege to be able to listen to these wonderfully talented musicians from the big band era.
Brings back memories of my Navy days in 1944 and dancing at Atlantic City's, Steel Pier with Harry James doing the honors. At 90 still thankful to be able to listen to such beautiful music
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Enjoying this beautiful music and the gifted talent of these wonderful musicians of the big band era.
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marvins39
artie shaw lived in the next town from me in his later years (newbury park ca). never played the clarinet. was like a hermit. but he made great music when he was young.
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The Back Bay Shuffle, haven't heard this one for...lots of years!
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stucampanaro
The Very Best
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Yes!!!!!
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Great sounds!!
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This musician it's a great player of his instrument that I could say that his instrument almost talk....
May be I am so touch of romanticism this day.... I do not really know..
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kenco4eyes
Thanks Pandora. A true music era.
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I knew a little about him before but discovered Artie Shaw/HelenFo r r e s t for real from watching the TV show the Soprano's. Comes Love is playing in the background when Uncle Junior shoots Tony. One of the best music-to-sce n e parings evar!
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It's a great feel!
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I love this music era!! Brings back so many memories of the 40's when I was very young!
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paphilp4 - you just made my day!
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Phyllis - Just started to use this new gift, I'm in heaven! This time of my life and the music is the best. Loved it when I was a kid and still do. Always loved music,but this is the best. 80 is a good age!
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mountainbuga b o o
God I love this. Jazzy, fun clarinet. Uplifting sunny song.
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takes me back to my childhood and such an innocent era that was so warm. We will never capture again I'm afraid...
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captbigjet
Not ever again! Takes me back great era ! J
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Clarinetist unite Artie is the man
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The days that you could turn on a radio and dance with your girlfriend right there in your own living room. Getting to know someone while holding her so close. ,!!
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I am a Jazz & Blues Guitarist. About 15 years ago, I discovered Standards (The Great American Songbook) and I have become obsessed with this beautiful music. I have done a great deal of teaching over the years and have taught chord melody style to students as young as sixteen. They really enjoyed playing this music as well.. I was telling this to a friend of mine who is also an accomplished musician. He responded, Sure. You introduce them to good music and they like it.
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Love it...grew up dancing on my dad's shoes! ¡
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Please excuse the error,my left hand is not as accurate as my right hand .begine the begine is my fave Artie Shawsoug.
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