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  • Shakashicage
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    A lot of jazz-bands play in usual casinos and their songs can be used in online gaming as well. Friedman’s Trio was not an exception. In the early sixties it used to work around the LA, playing in different places, sometimes even for free. Piano jazz-compositions, virtuously played by Don are well-known in society of musicians.
  • Kibei
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    An excellent if underrated pianist, Don Friedman started off playing on the West Coast in with Dexter Gordon, Shorty Rogers, Buddy Collette, Buddy DeFranco (), Chet Baker, and even the then-unknown altoist Ornette conttranchargalahodasarmylawacomp.co moving to New York in , Friedman played in many settings, including with his own trio, Pepper Adams, Booker Little (recording with him in ), the.
  • Malar
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    Don Friedman was born May 4th, in San Francisco. He studied classical music beginning at age five and became interested in jazz as a teenager after hearing live performances of the Stan Kenton and Billy May big bands. Friedman studied music at Los Angeles City College and during this time () immersed himself in the L.A. jazz scene.
  • Akinotaur
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    Label: Prestige - PR ,Prestige - PRST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop, Modal Don Friedman - Metamorphosis (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore.
  • Taur
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    Blues in the Night - 1. Blue Blues - Debby Bishop/Maria Friedman/Clarke Peters/Carol Woods2. I) Four Walls (And One Dirty Window) Blues/II) I've Got A Date With A Dream - Clarke Peters/Carol Woods3.
  • Kaziramar
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    Explore releases from Don Friedman at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Don Friedman at the Discogs Marketplace.
  • Tygorr
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    Jul 08,  · Don Friedman, a versatile pianist who moved easily between the modern-jazz mainstream and the more volatile jazz avant-garde, died on June 30 .
  • Sajin
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    Don Friedman had been active as a jazz pianist for nearly 40 years by the time of this solo concert at Maybeck Recital Hall in , yet still deserving of wider recognition. Friedman's performance is a breathtaking from the first track to the last, beginning with his incredible interpretation of Dave Brubeck's "In Your Own Sweet Way." His shimmering take of the moody ballad "Alone Together.
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