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    Flip Phillips, Joe Venuti, Zoot Sims, Teddy Wilson, and Trummy Young, Autographed Al White "Jazz Party" Silver Prints, Group of 4 (1976-1985).
    Joseph "Flip" Phillips (tenor sax, page 164) -- Flip Phillips gives it all he's got in every performance.
    Joe Venuti (violin) and John "Zoot" Sims (soprano saxophone, page 188) -- Zoot Sims played soprano sax in this set with Joe Venuti at the 1976 Colorado Springs jazz party.
    Teddy Wilson (piano, page 224) -- Teddy Wilson plays solo piano in Bemelman's Bar in New York's Carlyle Hotel, in 1978.
    Trummy Young (trombone, page 228) -- Trummy Young was one of the great straight-ahead trombone players from the Big Band Era. He rose to stardom with Jimmie Lunceford's band in the late thirties and early forties.
    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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