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THE LARRY ADLER JAZZ ARCHIVE consisting of 333 unique historic audio and video tapes of performances of, and interviews with, major jazz figures including blues singer Alberta Hunter, jazz vocalist Joe Williams, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, the Mel Lewis Big Band, Bob Wilber and the Smithsonian Jazz Repertory Ensemble, vibraphonist Red Norvo, saxophonist and composer Benny Carter, and flugelhornist Art Farmer
The archive also includes masters and protection masters in a variety of media as well as all signed contracts, a complete history of all clearances, and a full record of all licensing and usage agreements. "Each program in the series captures the spontaneity and vitality of exceptional talents as they perform favorite American rhythms, ballads, and blues in concert. Woven throughout each show are conversations with the artist recalling the early days of jazz and the men and women who became show business legends. The result is a rare entertainment opportunity to experience the art and personalities of master musicians, each of whom has earned a place in the history of American culture." Larry Adler Of special importance is the fact that of the 120 songs recorded for the programs, 57 were not included in the final programs. A detailed description and inventory is available upon request. In addition, all commercial rights to the material in the archive are also available for sale to the purchaser of the archive.
      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
Last Found On: 2016-02-24           Check availability:      IOBABooks    


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