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The Charles Lloyd Quartet: Dream Weaver

The Charles Lloyd Quartet: Dream Weaver

In 1972 Ray Charles and The Raelettes (line-up here: Vernita Moss, Dorothy Berry, Mable John, Susaye Greene, Estella Yarbrough) guested on the Carol Burnett Show three times.

In 1972 Ray Charles and The Raelettes (line-up here: Vernita Moss, Dorothy Berry, Mable John, Susaye Greene, Estella Yarbrough) guested on the Carol Burnett Show three times.

Charles C. Jones. Chip was my best friend and he genius on the rhythm section. Always dressed in those suits and looked so darn classy. Chip did things on the skins I couldn't imagine another man doin'. He betrayed my trust in our late lives and I still ain't fully forgiven him for it. He did inspire me to be a better musician, however and I love him for it. He also brought me inspiration to apologize to the kid in his own way. Chip will forever be my best friend.

Charles C. Jones. Chip was my best friend and he genius on the rhythm section. Always dressed in those suits and looked so darn classy. Chip did things on the skins I couldn't imagine another man doin'. He betrayed my trust in our late lives and I still ain't fully forgiven him for it. He did inspire me to be a better musician, however and I love him for it. He also brought me inspiration to apologize to the kid in his own way. Chip will forever be my best friend.

Charles Lloyd - 58th Monterey Jazz Fest 2015

Charles Lloyd - 58th Monterey Jazz Fest 2015

Ornette Coleman Quartet 1962 NYC | Jimmy Garrison, Bobby Bradford, Ornette, Charles Moffett

Ornette Coleman Quartet 1962 NYC | Jimmy Garrison, Bobby Bradford, Ornette, Charles Moffett

Charles Lloyd - The National Endowment for the Arts honors the living legends of jazz, those who have made exceptional contributions to the advancement of the genre, ON April 20, 2015, Tenor saxophonist Charles Lloyd, born in Memphis in 1935 received the honor.

Charles Lloyd - The National Endowment for the Arts honors the living legends of jazz, those who have made exceptional contributions to the advancement of the genre, ON April 20, 2015, Tenor saxophonist Charles Lloyd, born in Memphis in 1935 received the honor.

This Jazz Man (Karen Ehrhardt- author/ R.G. Roth-illustrator)  Set to the rhythm of the popular kids song “This Old Man”.  Some Jazz Musicians featured: Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker & Charles Mingus!

This Jazz Man (Karen Ehrhardt- author/ R.G. Roth-illustrator) Set to the rhythm of the popular kids song “This Old Man”. Some Jazz Musicians featured: Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker & Charles Mingus!

Charles Lloyd: Jazz Saxophonist & Composer

Charles Lloyd: Jazz Saxophonist & Composer

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