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    Carl Fontana, Bud Freeman, Dave Frishberg, and Urbie Green, Autographed Al White "Jazz Party" Silver Prints, Group of 4 (1983-1996).
    Carl Fontana (trombone, page 64) -- Carl Fontana cuts loose, playing Lou McGarrity's old trombone, a small-bore horn he termed a "peashooter."
    Lawrence "Bud" Freeman (sax, page 66) -- Saxophone legend Bud Freeman solos at the 1985 Conneaut Lake jazz party.
    Dave Frishberg (piano, page 68) -- Dave Frishberg has written many witty songs, such as "I Want to Be a Sideman," that he sings to his own piano accompaniment.
    Urbie Green (trombone, page 74) -- Urbie Green is a trombonist with great range. His high notes are especially beautiful.
    Each 8" x 10" silver print is in Excellent condition. From the Al White Jazz autograph archive.

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    April, 2006
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
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