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Moose The Moosche - Charlie Parker - ;Bird; Symbols (CD, Album)


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1987
Label: Baybridge Records - 30CP-73 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop


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3 thoughts on “ Moose The Moosche - Charlie Parker - ;Bird; Symbols (CD, Album)

  1. Jurisar
    Moose The Moosche Written-By – Charlie Parker: 2: Yardbird Suite Written-By – Charlie Parker: 3: Ornithology Written-By – B. Harris*, C. Parker* 4: A Night In Tunisia Written-By – D. Gillespie*, F. Paparelli* 5: Bird's Nest Written-By – Charlie Parker: 6: Cool Blues Written-By – Charlie Parker: 7: Bird Of Paradise Written-By.
  2. Aralrajas
    Jan 12,  · Tracklist CD1 - Ornithology Tiny's Tempo I'll Always Love You Just the Same Romance Without Finance Red Cross Billie's Bounce Warming up a Riff Now's the Time Thriving on a Riff Koko Moose the Mooche.
  3. Jusho
    "Moose the Mooche" is a bebop composition written by Charlie Parker in It was written shortly after his friend and longtime musical companion Dizzy Gillespie left him in Los Angeles to return to New York City. Parker had been a long time heroin addict and some historians suggest that the song was named after the drug dealer, Emry "Moose the Mooche" Byrd, who sold him drugs for several.

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