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What beauties! They don't make 'em like them anymore, alas. Now it's all glass and steel.
Numerous great-- and great sounding-- jazz albums were recorded in the Masonic Temple in the early-mid 1950s. The players were mostly related to the Count Basie Orchestra, although Mel Powell-- best known then for his brilliant stint with Benny Goodman-- led some sessions there as well.It's weirdly little known today-- especially since famous dude John Hammong produced them-- but those records are still remarkableWillis Still SunsweetMusic Director, WWIB
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