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Phases Phrases Photos — Ella Fitzgerald for Pabst Blue Ribbon

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Ella Fitzgerald for Pabst Blue Ribbon
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Sonny Rollins’ New York City Bridge Sabbatical Recreated in 1977 Pioneer Electronics Ad

Pioneer Electronics, jazz saxophone great Sonny Rollins wails into the New York City night air while standing on the Brooklyn Bridge. A voice-over announcer tells viewers of Rollins’ 1959-61 hiatus from the jazz scene, when he took his sound to the streets to rediscover himself musically.
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Newport Jazz Festival (1955)

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For all of you drummers out there - from the 1955 Newport Jazz Fest. program book. Buddy Rich Max Roach & Joe Morello. Zildjian Company

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THE SEARCH FOR A GOOD REED, TWICE

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The quest, as enacted by reedman SMIGLY (thanks to Allen Mezquida, whose nimble playing is heard on the soundtrack): You can find more SMIGLY here or here. The simpler answer, at least in 1957 term...
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FOR NEW FOUND HAIR BEAUTY, 1945

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Leave it to that intrepid scout Austin J. Casey to give JAZZ LIVES readers the ultimate fashion advice -- courtesy of Hot Lips Page (and the Baltimore Afro American in 1945): I feel beautified alre...
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Jazz Musicians as Pitchmen 2 - JazzWax

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On August 20, I posted a series of YouTube clips in which well-known jazz and pop artists starred in ads. Well, it didn't take long for JazzWax readers to chime in. Here's another round... Ella Fitzgerald and Nelson Riddle from...
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Jazz Musicians as Pitchmen - JazzWax

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Once upon a time, ad-agency art directors dug jazz and the country viewed jazz musicians as exceptional artists. So, to make products seem exciting, Mad Men enlisted musicians to swing the merits of their clients' goods.
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SWINGS 'EM HOT

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Thanks to Geoffrey Martin of the Great Drummers' Group on Facebook, for this visual reminder of "a Solid Cinder" . . . A serving of what Sidney and Louis were cooking -- in 1947, at Boston's Sympho...
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Take The "A" Train: The First Chord And You Know It's the Duke

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ads from 1967

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Publicités par le Duke et Dizzy...

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New York Philharmonic - nyphil

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'Tis the Coughing Season You hear about this? Conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra recently, Michael Tilson Thomas recently left the stage between movements of Mahler’s Ninth, returned, and threw...
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The Ghost Note - Drum Blog: Sonny Greer & Duke Ellington

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Sonny Greer and Duke Ellington posing for a Leedy Drum Company ad.
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EMMETT BERRY’S BUESCHER TRUMPET, 1952

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This Buescher trumpet, the advertisement tells us, is the model Emmett Berry plays with Johnny Hodges.  For tremendous power and range, which Mr. Berry would have had on any horn. Emmett Berry came...
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