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Jose Reyes

Introducing the Charlie Parker “Yardbird” Playlist

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I’m sure there are many who have question why I don’t feature Charlie Parker as much? For those listeners, I have a two reasons, first of all, it’s not easy to obtain good quality (Remastered) music from Parker. Secondly and until now, my library didn’t have enough to create an extensive playlist that I could feature everyday without repeating songs over and over. But I finally have enough quality and quantity to permanently add the great “Bird” to Jazz Con Class. The Charlie Parker playlist will be known as the “Yardbird” playlist. The playlist description can be found here with the others I feature here and the Schedule link will help learn when all the playlist are going to be played.

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