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He lived from 1916-1942, and was one of the first to electrically amplify the guitar Charlie Christian
This 1960s style pioneered by Ornette Coleman "liberated" improvisers from set melodies Free Jazz Free Jazz
This N.Y. free-jazz saxophonist wrote tribute songs to Ennio Morricone, Sonny Clark & Ornette Coleman John Zorn
Jazz vocalist "Don't know why / There's no sun up in the sky / Stormy weather..." Betty Carter
He was a legendary cornet player of the 1920s and was the focus of the bio-pic movie "Young Man with a Horn" Bix Beiderbecke
This Paris-born violinist helped popularize the European style of "Le Jazz Hot" Stephen Grappelli
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