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  1. Pianist Cecil Young"s quartet exploded onto the Seattle jazz scene in , introducing the rhythmic fire of bebop to an eager new audience. His quartet"s debut record was immediately successful, and Young, known for his devilish sense of humor as well as his immense musical talents, rose to great but brief regional prominence.
  2. Who Parked The Car, a song by Cecil Young Quartet on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.
  3. Jun 03,  · Cecil Young Quartet – Who Parked The Car? – Gene Norman Presents Cecil Young Progressive Quartet - Who Parked The Car - Duration: Vinyl and shellac .
  4. Dec 15,  · Pianist Cecil Young’s quartet exploded onto the Seattle jazz scene in , introducing the rhythmic fire of bebop to an eager new audience. His quartet’s debut record was immediately successful, and Young, known for his devilish sense of humor as well as his immense musical Read MoreCecil Young (c. c. ).
  5. Jan 31,  · CECIL YOUNG () Pianist Cecil Young's quartet exploded onto the Seattle jazz scene in , introducing the rhythmic fire of bebop to an eager new audience. His quartet's debut record was immediately successful, and Young, known for his devilish sense of humor as well as his immense musical talents, rose to great but brief regional.
  6. The label was introduced approximately as Gene Norman Presents, when Gene Norman was a concert arranger and owned the Crescendo night club in Los Angeles. Many jazz releases were recorded there. Soon the label design changed to GNP, underlined with Gene Norman Presents on white background. In the label appearance changed to GNP Crescendo, red background, bold white .
  7. Feb 01,  · The Cecil Young Quartet were Cecil on piano and vocals, Gerald Brashear on tenor saxophone and percussion, Traff Hubert on bass and Jimmie Rodgers on drums. (NOTE: Art work pictured is not from the original '52 release. That cover had a simple design of a dark blue circle and two white ones on progressively shaded light blue background.)3/5(2).
  8. Check out A Concert Of Cool Jazz by Cecil Young Quartet on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on leestahealmesinaravecemumabi.coinfo

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