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Modern Musicians: Profiles of the folks in song: quantity 2
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This advisor to the piano literature for the one-handed pianist surveys over 2,100 person piano items which come with not just live performance literature yet pedagogical items to boot. Following the advent are 4 chapters cataloguing unique works for the suitable hand on my own, unique works for the left hand by myself, track prepared or transcribed for one hand by myself, and concerted works for one hand in live performance with different pianists, tools, or voices.
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But on September 24, 1988, Brown entered an insurance seminar in Augusta, Georgia, with a shotgun, which resulted in a police chase and many bullet holes in his car. The next day he was again arrested, and subsequently convicted of driving under the influence of the drug PCP. With good behavior, Brown could end his six-year term in prison by 1991. "I'll tell you, it's like an omen," he told Rolling Stone. "As a kid in that prison, I found myself. An omen in my life. The same place I 'm at right now.
He made the engine run. " During the racially-tense period of the 1960s, Brown became somewhat of a spokesman for blacks. " He even received a personal thanks from President Lyndon Johnson for calming rioters down with a television appearance. His social position was elevated also by his astute business dealings, which included ownership of fast-food franchises, radio stations, a booking agency, publishing companies, and a Lear jet. " Calling himself the Minister of New Super Heavy Funk, Brown helped create the funk music movement, spawning artists like Sly and the Family Stone, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Parliment Funkadelic.
Jibe," "Georgia Jubilee," "Texas Tea Party," "Honeysuckle Rose," "Holiday," "Emaline," "Sweet Sue—Just You," "A Hundred Years from Today," "Riffin' the Scotch," "Your Mother's Son-inLaw," "Love Me or Leave Me," "I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby"), Melodeon, c. 1970. "), Frenchissued RCA, c. 1980. " [with Mildred Bailey]; "She Reminds Me of You" [with Paul Hamilton]; "Troubled" [with Frankie Trumbauer]; "In a Little Spanish Town" [with Glenn Miller]; "Solo Hop" [with Miller]; "Nothin" But the Blues" [with Gene Gifford]; "Squareface" [with Gifford]; "Sometimes I'm Happy" [with Benny Goodman]; "The Buzzard" [with Bud Freeman]; "Tillie's Downtown Now" [with Freeman]; "Keep Smilin' at Trouble" [with Freeman]; "Willow Tree" [with Mildred Bailey]; "You Took Advantage of Me" [Bunny Berigan and His Blue Boys]; "I'm Coming, Virginia" [Blue Boys]; "Blues" [Blue Boys]; "Let Yourself Go" [Bunny Berigan and His Boys]; "Swing, Mr.