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Charlie Parker

One of a handful of musicians who can be said to have permanently changed jazz, Charlie Parker was arguably the greatest saxophonist of all time. He could play remarkably fast lines that, if slowed down to half speed, would reveal that every note made sense. "Bird," along with his contemporaries Dizzy Gillespie and Bud Powell, is considered a founder of bebop; in reality he was an intuitive player who simply was expressing himself. Rather than basing his improvisations closely on the melody as was done in swing, he was a master of chordal improvising, creating new melodies that were based on the structure of a song. In fact, Bird wrote several future standards (such as "Anthropology," "Ornithology," "Scrapple from the Apple," and "Ko Ko," along with such blues numbers as "Now's the Time" and "Parker's Mood") that "borrowed" and modernized the chord structures of older tunes. Parker's remarkable technique, fairly original sound, and ability to come up with harmonically advanced phrases that could be both logical and whimsical were highly influential. By 1950, it was impossible to play "modern jazz" with credibility without closely studying Charlie Parker.

Born in Kansas City, KS, Charlie Parker grew up in Kansas City, MO. He first played baritone horn before switching to alto. Parker was so enamored of the rich Kansas City music scene that he dropped out of school when he was 14, even though his musicianship at that point was questionable (with his ideas coming out faster than his fingers could play them). After a few humiliations at jam sessions, Bird worked hard woodshedding over one summer, building up his technique and mastery of the fundamentals. By 1937, when he first joined Jay McShann's Orchestra, he was already a long way toward becoming a major player.

Charlie Parker, who was early on influenced by Lester Young and the sound of Buster Smith, visited New York for the first time in 1939, working as a dishwasher at one point so he could hear Art Tatum play on a nightly basis. He made his recording debut with Jay McShann in 1940, creating remarkable solos with a small group from McShann's orchestra on "Oh, Lady Be Good" and "Honeysuckle Rose." When the McShann big band arrived in New York in 1941, Parker had short solos on a few of their studio blues records, and his broadcasts with the orchestra greatly impressed (and sometimes scared) other musicians who had never heard his ideas before. Parker, who had met and jammed with Dizzy Gillespie for the first time in 1940, had a short stint with Noble Sissle's band in 1942, played tenor with Earl Hines' sadly unrecorded bop band of 1943, and spent a few months in 1944 with Billy Eckstine's orchestra, leaving before that group made their first records. Gillespie was also in the Hines and Eckstine big bands, and the duo became a team starting in late 1944.

Although Charlie Parker recorded with Tiny Grimes' combo in 1944, it was his collaborations with Dizzy Gillespie in 1945 that startled the jazz world. To hear the two virtuosos play rapid unisons on such new songs as "Groovin' High," "Dizzy Atmosphere," "Shaw 'Nuff," "Salt Peanuts," and "Hot House," and then launch into fiery and unpredictable solos could be an upsetting experience for listeners much more familiar with Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman. Although the new music was evolutionary rather than revolutionary, the recording strike of 1943-1944 resulted in bebop arriving fully formed on records, seemingly out of nowhere.

Unfortunately, Charlie Parker was a heroin addict ever since he was a teenager, and some other musicians who idolized Bird foolishly took up drugs in the hope that it would elevate their playing to his level. When Gillespie and Parker (known as "Diz and Bird") traveled to Los Angeles and were met with a mixture of hostility and indifference (except by younger musicians who listened closely), they decided to return to New York. Impulsively, Parker cashed in his ticket, ended up staying in L.A., and, after some recordings and performances (including a classic version of "Oh, Lady Be Good" with Jazz at the Philharmonic), the lack of drugs (which he combated by drinking an excess of liquor) resulted in a mental breakdown and six months of confinement at the Camarillo State Hospital. Released in January 1947, Parker soon headed back to New York and engaged in some of the most rewarding playing of his career, leading a quintet that included Miles Davis, Duke Jordan, Tommy Potter, and Max Roach. Parker, who recorded simultaneously for the Savoy and Dial labels, was in peak form during the 1947-1951 period, visiting Europe in 1949 and 1950, and realizing a lifelong dream to record with strings starting in 1949 when he switched to Norman Granz's Verve label.

But Charlie Parker, due to his drug addiction and chance-taking personality, enjoyed playing with fire too much. In 1951, his cabaret license was revoked in New York (making it difficult for him to play in clubs) and he became increasingly unreliable. Although he could still play at his best when he was inspired (such as at the 1953 Massey Hall concert with Gillespie), Bird was heading downhill. In 1954, he twice attempted suicide before spending time in Bellevue. His health, shaken by a very full if brief life of excesses, gradually declined, and when he died in March 1955 at the age of 34, he could have passed for 64.

Charlie Parker, who was a legendary figure during his lifetime, has if anything grown in stature since his death. Virtually all of his studio recordings are available on CD along with a countless number of radio broadcasts and club appearances. Clint Eastwood put together a well-intentioned if simplified movie about aspects of his life (Bird). Parker's influence, after the rise of John Coltrane, has become more indirect than direct, but jazz would sound a great deal different if Charlie Parker had not existed. The phrase "Bird Lives" (which was scrawled as graffiti after his death) is still very true. ~ Scott Yanow
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: To Go

1. Confirmation

2. Au Privave

3. The Song Is You

4. K.C. Blues

5. Tico-Tico

6. Now's The Time

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Track List: The Chronological Charlie Parker: 1952 - 1954

1. Night And Day

2. Almost Like Being In Love

3. I Can't Get Started

4. What Is This Thing Called Love

5. The Song Is You

7. Kim

8. Cosmic Rays

9. In The Still Of The Night

10. Old Folks

11. If I Love Again

12. Chi Chi

13. I Remember You

14. Now's The Time

15. Confirmation

16. I Get A Kick Out Of You

17. Just One Of Those Things

18. My Heart Belongs To Daddy

19. I've Got You Under My Skin

20. Love For Sale

21. I Love Paris

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Track List: Liveology

1. Ko-Ko

3. Cheryl

4. Be Bop

5. Barbados

7. Street Beat

8. Ornithology

9. 'Round Midnight

10. Wahoo

11. Cool Blues

12. Moose The Mooche

13. My Little Suede Shoes

14. Lester Leaps In

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Track List: The New York Anthology: 1950-1954

Disc 1

1. 'Round Midnight

2. This Time The Dream's On Me

3. The Street Beat

4. Out Of Nowhere

5. Embraceable You

6. Salt Peanuts

8. Blue 'n' Boogie

9. Anthropology

10. 'Round Midnight

12. How High The Moon

13. 52nd Street Theme

Disc 2

1. Out Of Nowhere

2. Star Eyes

4. East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)

5. The Song Is You

6. My LIttle Suede Shoes

7. 52nd Street Theme

8. Ornithology

9. Scrapple From The Apple

10. I Cover The Waterfront

11. This Time The Dream's On Me

12. I'll Remember April

13. My Old Flame

14. 52nd Street Theme

15. I Remember You

16. All The Things You Are

17. Hot House

19. I'll Remember April

20. 52nd Street Theme

Disc 3

2. Just Friends

3. Everything Happens To Me

4. East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)

5. Laura

6. Easy To Love

7. Rocker

8. Jumpin' With Symphony Sid

9. Dancing In The Dark

11. What Is This Thing Called Love?

12. Laura

13. Repetition

15. They Can't Take That Away From Me

16. Easy To Love

17. What Is This Thing Called Love?

18. Repetition

19. Easy To Love

20. East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)

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Track List: Ken Burns Jazz

2. Salt Peanuts

3. Hot House

4. Ko-Ko

5. Anthropology

6. Now's The Time

7. Ornithology

8. Yardbird Suite

9. Lover Man

10. Relaxin' At Camarillo

11. Embraceable You

12. Scrapple From The Apple

13. Parker's Mood

14. Just Friends

15. Star Eyes

16. Confirmation

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Track List: 1947-1949 Classics

1. Repetition

2. The Bird

3. Barbados

4. Ah-Leu-Cha

5. Constellation

6. Parker's Mood

7. Perhaps

8. Marmaduke

9. Steeplechase

10. Merry Go Round

12. Mango Mangue

14. Cardboard

15. Visa

16. Segment

17. Passport

19. Diverse

20. Just Friends

21. Everything Happens To Me

22. April In Paris

23. Summertime

24. I Didn't Know What Time It Was

25. If I Should Lose You

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Track List: Bird Of Paradise (Prism)

1. Groovin' High

2. Thriving On A Riff

3. Ko Ko

4. Moose The Mooche

5. Yardbird Suite

6. Ornithology

8. Lover Man

9. Bird's Nest

10. Cool Blues

11. Cheers

12. Relaxin' At Camarillo

13. Stupendous

14. Donna Lee

15. Chasin' The Bird

16. Cheryl

17. Bird Of Paradise

18. Dexterity

19. Embraceable You

21. Scrapple From The Apple

22. Crazeology

23. Bluebird

24. Barbados

25. Parker's Mood

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Track List: Ultimate

1. After You've Gone

2. I Can't Get Started

3. Oh, Lady Be Good

4. I Got Rhythm

5. The Bird

6. Repetition

7. Lover

8. Summertime

9. April In Paris

10. Everything Happens To Me

11. Mango Mangue

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Track List: Talkin' Bird

1. Bloomdido

2. KC Blues

3. Tico Tico

4. Lester Leaps In

5. La Cucuracha

6. My Little Suede Shoes

7. Confirmation

8. Au Privave

9. Okiedoke

10. La Paloma

11. Now's The Time

12. Jam Blues

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Track List: The Ultimate Charlie Parker Collection

Disc 1

1. Groovin' High

2. All The Things You Are

3. Dizzy Atmosphere

4. Salt Peanuts

5. Shaw 'nuff

6. Hot House

7. Now's The Time

8. Ko Ko

9. Moose The Mooche

11. Ornithology

12. Cool Blues

13. Relaxin' At Camarillo

14. Donna Lee

15. Chasing The Bird

16. Dewey Square

17. Bird Of Paradise

18. The Hymn

19. Embraceable You

20. Klactoveedsedstene

Disc 2

1. Scrapple From The Apple

2. Out of Nowhere

3. Don't Blame Me

4. Quasimodo

5. Klaunstance

6. Parker's Mood

7. Bloomdido

8. Star Eyes

9. She Rote

10. My Little Suede Shoes

11. Confirmation

12. Blue 'n' Boogie

13. 'Round Midnight

14. Night In Tunisia

15. Just Friends

17. East Of The Sun

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Track List: The Legendary Dial Masters

Disc 1

1. Diggin' Diz

2. Moose The Mooche

3. Yardbird Suite

4. Ornithology

5. Night In Tunisia

6. Max (Is) Making Wax

7. Loverman

8. The Gypsy

9. Bebop

10. This Is Always

11. Dark Shadows

12. Bird's Nest

13. Cool Blues

14. Relaxin' At Camarillo

15. Cheers

16. Carvin' The Bird

17. Stupendous

Disc 2

1. Dexterity

2. Bongo bop

3. Dewey Square

4. The Hymn

5. Bird Of Paradise

6. Embraceable You

7. Bird Feathers

8. Klact-oveeseds-tene

9. Scrapple From The Apple

10. My Old Flame

11. Out Of Nowhere

12. Don't Blame Me

13. Drifting On A Reed

14. Quasimodo

15. Charlie's Wig

16. Bongo Beep

17. Crazeology

18. How Deep Is The Ocean

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Track List: South Of The Border

1. Mange Mangue

2. Okiedoke

3. No Noise (Parts 1 And 2)

4. My Little Suede Shoes

5. Un Poquito De Tu Amor

6. Why Do I Love You

7. Tico Tico

8. Fiesta

9. La Cucuracha

10. Mama Inez

11. Estrellita

12. La Paloma

13. Begin The Beguine

14. Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite

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Track List: Bird's Best Bop On Verve

1. Passport

2. Bloomdido

3. Leap Frog

4. Relaxing With Lee

5. Au Private

6. She Rote

7. K.C. Blues

8. Star Eyes

9. Blues For Alice

10. Swedish Schnapps

11. The Song Is You

12. Laird Baird

13. Kim

14. Chi Chi

15. Now's The Time

16. Confirmation

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Track List: With Strings - The Master Takes

1. Just Friends

2. Everything Happens To Me

3. April In Paris (Take 1)

4. Summertime

5. I Didn't Know What Time It Was

6. If I Should Lose You

7. Dancing In The Dark

8. Out Of Nowhere

9. Laura

10. East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)

11. The Can't Take That Away From Me

12. Easy To Love (Take 1)

13. I'm In The Mood For Love

14. I'll Remember April

15. What Is This Thing Called Love

16. April In Paris (Take 2)

17. Repetition (Take 2)

18. Easy To Love (Take 2)

19. Rocker

20. Temptation

21. Lover

22. Autumn In New York

23. Stella By Starlight

24. Repetition (Take 1)

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Track List: Charlie Parker Plays Standards

1. Love For Sale

2. If I Should Lose You

3. Almost Like Being In Love

4. Why Do I Love You

5. I Remember You

6. Easy To Love

7. Old Folks

8. I Got Rhythm

9. Laura

10. Estrellita (Little Star)

11. What Is This Thing Called Love

12. Embraceable You

13. I Love Paris

14. How High The Moon

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Track List: 1949 Jazz At The Philharmonic

1. The Opener

2. Lester Leaps In

3. Embraceable You

4. The Closer

5. Introduction Of Ella Fitzgerald

6. Flyin' Home

7. How High The Moon

8. Perdido

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Track List: The Essential Charlie Parker

1. Now's The Time

2. If I Should Lose You

3. Mango Mangue

4. Bloomdido

5. Star Eyes

6. Confirmation (Master Take)

7. My Little Suede Shoes

8. Just Friends

9. Lover Man

10. I Got Rythm

11. Repitition

12. K.C. Blues

13. Relaxing with Lee (Master Take)

14. April In Paris

15. Okiedoke

16. The Song Is You

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Track List: The Cole Porter Song Book

1. Easy To Love

2. Begin The Beguin

3. Night And Day

4. What Is This Thing Called Love

5. In The Still Of The Night

6. I Get A Kick Out Of You

7. Just One Of Those Things

8. My Heart Belongs To Daddy

9. I've Got You Under My Skin

10. Love For Sale

11. I Love Paris

12. What Is This Thing Called Love

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Track List: Jazz 'Round Midnight

1. Star Eyes

2. If I Should Lose You

3. I Can't Get Started

4. I'm In The Mood For Love

5. Autumn In New York

6. I Didn't Know What Time It Was

7. Ballade

8. Stella By Starlight

9. Summertime

10. (You Came Along From) Out Of Nowhere

11. My Melancholy Baby

12. Laura

13. Dancing In The Dark

14. Lover Man

15. I'll Remember April

16. Embraceable You

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Track List: The Original Recordings

1. Now's The Time

2. Laura

3. Mohawk

4. Kim

5. Blues For Alice

6. Laird Baird

7. K.C. Blues

8. Lover Man

9. Just Friends

10. The Bird

11. April In Paris

12. Lester Leaps In

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Track List: Big Band

1. Temptation

2. Autumn In New York

3. Lover

4. Stella By Starlight

5. Dancing In The Dark

6. Night And Day

7. I Can't Get Started

8. What Is This Thing Called Love

9. Almost Like Being In Love

10. Laura

11. In The Still Of The Night

12. Old Folks

13. If I Love Again

14. In The Still Of The Night (Alternative Take)

15. In The Still Of The Night (Alternative Take)

16. In The Still Of The Night (Alternative Take)

17. Old Folks (Alternative Take)

18. Old Folks (Alternative Take)

19. Old Folks (Alternative Take)

20. In The Still Of The Night (Incomplete Take)

21. In The Still Of The Night (Incomplete Take)

22. Old Folks (Incomplete Take)

23. Old Folks (Incomplete Take)

24. Old Folks (Incomplete Take)

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Track List: Charlie Parker

1. Now's The Time

2. I Remember You

3. Confirmation

4. Chi Chi

5. The Song Is You

6. Laird Baird

7. Kim

8. Cosmic Rays

9. Star Eyes

10. Blues (Fast)

11. I'm In The Mood For Love

12. The Bird

13. Celebrity

14. Ballade

15. Cardboard

16. Visa

17. Chi-Chi (2)

18. Chi-Chi (3)

19. Chi-Chi (4)

20. Kim (2)

21. Cosmic Rays (2)

22. False Start

23. False Start (2)

24. False Start

25. False Start (2)

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Track List: Jam Session

1. Jam Blues

2. What Is This Thing Called Love

3. Ballad Medley

4. Funky Blues

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Track List: Jazz At Massey Hall

1. Perdido

2. Salt Peanuts (Live)

3. All The Things You Are (Live)

4. Wee

5. Hot House

6. A Night In Tunisia (1953) (Live)

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Track List: Jazz Masters 15

1. Confirmation

2. An Oscar For Treadwell

3. Dancing In The Dark

4. Segment

5. Star Eyes

6. Mango Mangue

7. Repetition

8. The Bird

9. K.C. Blues

10. My Melancholy Baby

11. Blues For Alice

12. I Can't Get Started

13. Kim

14. Just Friends

15. She Rote

16. Lover Man

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Track List: The Best Of Charlie Parker: 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection

1. The Bird

2. Repetition

3. Just Friends

4. Bloomdido

5. K.C. Blues

6. Star Eyes

7. She Rote

8. My Little Suede Shoes

9. Loverman

10. Autumn In New York

11. Now's The Time

12. Confirmation

Comments

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cbiltekoff0
Love the vocals on This is Always by Earl Coleman
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Agree w/ mbmax101 on John Lewis' comment. Unless I missed that fact in an earlier episode of PBS' JAZZ, that wasn't mentioned. I'm in love with his music.
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mbmax101
Thank you John Lewis for giving the background on how Parker got hooked.
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mbmax101
LOVE THIS MUSIC.
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Charlie Parker became addicted to morphine in the hospital where he spent about six months recuperating from a horrific auto accident at the age of seventeen... If that accident had not occurred, think about the possibilitie s . . . Bird was simply the greatest...
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Never anyone better, the boy could plain PLAY!
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The best ever period enough said
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the only good mosic jazz and clasical thom d
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I would like to fly like a Bird
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Love love love the sax, I used to hear one of my foster parents practice and I used to fall sleep, it blocked out the pther noises
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Bird is.....!
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I've been listening to Charlie Parker for over forty years and still can't believe it...
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Have your self a treat, dig yard Bird sweet. God say pray, Bird said PLAY
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None have ever flown so high, fly Bird fly! ~ American Mike
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SCOTCH AND CIGARETTE SMOKE..ALL NIGHT LONG,baby
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BIRD FLYS in between the lines comping his own masters of disguise in the bebop era.. so extemporanou s e l h s b o e b p o e b e o p b e o p b o p e o p b p F F L Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y E V E R Y O N E C O M M U N I C A T E Y B Y S S S S L E Y B S Y E L F J , . W F 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1
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this is as I first heard Bird in a smokie {tea} basement that excited me as much or more than Bluetrane, which I had heard some time before. Bird is so note by note explicit in interpretati o n of chordal sequence, his death is that he had spent the flame, or as the conspiratist s say, Blakey killed him to be the King of Bop
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antdestra
Donald Fagan (Steely Dan)- Parkers' Band/Pretzel Logic 1974

Savoy sides presents a new saxophone sensation
It's Parker's band with a smooth style of syncopation
Kansas City born and growing
You won't believe what the boys are blowing
You got to come on man
And take a piece of Mister Parker's band

You'll be riding by, bareback on your armadillo
You'll be grooving high or relaxing at Camarillo
Suddenly the music hits you
It's a bird in flight that just can't quit you

You got to come on man
And
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ABSOLUTE GENIUS!!!!!
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Was Taken too Soon, What a jazz Great!!
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Defined sax playing... a master...mis s good jazz and big bands and people like Parker and Ventura.
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slong7
I mean, what is there really to say? No justice would be done by some mere words of compliment. One of the most important figures in the history of music, not just jazz.
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The version of perdido that played on my pandora app is different. I don't know what's up with that.

Anyway, Bird lives!
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laraiine77
Top notch! They are laying the pavement! How can you not love it?!
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bird is one of the first names for sure i associate with classic legendary jazz just dig this man so much
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ebingb
Bird takes me to the lonely and confidential places of my soul
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I'd buy that for a dollar ! ! !
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mooyoo.77
BIRD says it all with his HORN, bird lives , INDEED!!!!!
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verily, a genius among all musicians.
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He's not just running scales like most
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bird singlehanded l y introduced me to the world of jazz
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eddieargauer
Charlie Parker plays Be Bop
Charlie Parker plays saxophone
Charlie Parker plays Be Bop
Never leave your cat alone....
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i really like bird
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Listen to and study Bird. Listen to and study Bird, listen to, and study, Charlie Parker.
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Bird's ever-green, never dated. To be able to do anything as well as he played that horn!
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Listening to Bird with a trained ear is like taking a lesson in perfect improv.

Mike Giordano-Pia n i s t
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Bird...Thank you.
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Bird is the word!
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Great tone, phrasing, harmonic invention - the Yardbird. The man who launched a million imitators with none as good as the original. Although there was great tragedy in his life the musical legacy he left will live as long as there are ears to appreciate it. God Bless the Bird!
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Night in Tunisia Live-Wow! BF
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So sad Charlie Parker died at such an early age. Had he lived longer he might have been able to jam with Lawrence Welk. Imagine Bird smokin’ out six notes a second while Larry does the "bellows shake." I mean what's not to love?
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Bird Lives! Man how true that is. Genius. Don't try to copy it. Don't try to understand it. Just listen to it and enjoy it! Bird lives forever!
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noonecutie
When I listen to Bird I see myself sitting in a 50s niteclub dressed to the nines,cigare t t e smoke filling the air,the sound of laughter,peo p l e talking low and nodding their heads to the cool sound of his music
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Unquestionab l y the greatest jazz saxophonist, that is until Mr. John Coltrane came around. Now they stand like two twin Himalayan peaks that ALL saxophonists shall forever be indebted to... Just can't get enough of either one of them! I saw Diz play, saw Miles, saw Candido, saw Max Roach and all kinda players that played with Bird. Sure would have loved to see the man himself play live!
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bird and diz rules; excelent jazz music
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It was difficult for me to come to terms with CP. In comparison to the tradition, his live recordings sounded normally manic and out of control. Way out on a limb and continuing to climb... At one point however I discovered a badly scratched 10 inch LP with blues tunes mostly from the famous Savoy and Dial recordings (his creme de creme). They were an instant joy to savor and listen to again and again. Since then one can rarely get enough...
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Charlie "Bird" Parker! Creator of Bebop! I love him and his work! BIRD LIVES!!
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candybarrart i s t
I named my son after him: Parker Sellers
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Bird Lives!
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maureenwilso n 5 2 5
I LOVE CHARLIE PARKER.....T H E BEST.....LIS T E N TO HIM ALL THE TIME. I WISH I WAS ALIVE TO HAVE MET HIM AND HEAR HIM PLAY LIVE.
MAUREEN.
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