Chuck Wayne

Born 27 February 1923. Died 29 July 1997
Chuck Wayne
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1923-02-27
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Chuck Wayne

Chuck Wayne Biography (Wikipedia)

Chuck Wayne (February 27, 1923 – July 29, 1997) was a jazz guitarist. He came to prominence in the 1940s, and was among the earliest jazz guitarists to play in the bebop style. Wayne was a member of Woody Herman's First Herd, the first guitarist in the George Shearing quintet, and Tony Bennett's music director and accompanist. He developed a systematic method for playing jazz guitar.

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Lil' Darlin'
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Lil' Darlin'
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September In The Rain
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September In The Rain
Gil Evans
Struttin With Some barbecue
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Struttin With Some barbecue
Sam Rubinowitch, Don Lamond, Flip Phillips, Neal Reid, Ed Kiefer, Pete Candoli, Woody Herman, Woody Herman, Chuck Wayne, Bill Harris, Woody Herman and His Orchestra, Ralph Pfeffner, Conrad Gozzo, Jimmy Rowles, Red Norvo, John La Porta, Mickey Folus, Cappy Lewis, Sonny Berman, Shorty Rogers, Sam Marowitz & Joe Mondragon
Lady McGowan's Dream
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Lady McGowan's Dream
Cannonball Adderley
St. Louis Blues
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St. Louis Blues
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