Keter Betts

Born 25 July 1928. Died 6 August 2005
Keter Betts
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1928-07-25
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Keter Betts

Keter Betts Biography (Wikipedia)

William Thomas "Keter" Betts (July 22, 1928 – August 6, 2005) was an American jazz double bassist. Born in Port Chester, New York, he was nicknamed "Keter", a short form of the word mosquito.

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Keter Betts Tracks

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Ella Fitzgerald
The Man I Love
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The Man I Love
Charlie Byrd
Mama I'll Be Home Someday
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Mama I'll Be Home Someday

Mama I'll Be Home Someday

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Charlie Byrd
Charlie Byrd, Keter Betts, Bertell Knox
Earl Bostic
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
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I Can't Give You Anything But Love
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