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Rahsaan Roland Kirk, George Gruntz, Guy Pedersen and Daniel Humair at the Blue Note, Paris, November 4, 1963. Photo by Jean-Pierre Leloir.

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Ray Charles and his Orchestra, c. 1996.

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Ice cube - Time: Art in L.A. 1945 – 1980, designers Charles and Ray Eames.

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Conversations in Jazz: The Ralph J. Gleason Interviews by... https://www.amazon.com/dp/0300214529/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_x_6LJyzbV1QTWJG

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Poster for San Sebastian's Jazz Festival 1990 (Ray Charles performed on July 25).

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Poster for a Ray Charles concert series (grossing $60,097) at McCormick Place in Chicago, April 17 - 18, 1964.

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Ray Charles and The Raelettes at a concert in Mexico City, late February 1970. Photo by Ted Williams.

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During the first tour with his augmented band, Ray Charles (here with Hank Crawford and Phil Guilbeau at McCormick Place in Chicago, on april 8 or 9, 1961) kept his left arm in a sling. He nevertheless played with his "injured left hand"; playing "the organ principally with his right and also relied on his foot pedal work". Photo by Ted Williams.

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Quincy Jones, loving Ray Charles madly at latter's induction at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ceremonies at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York on January 23d, 1986.

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Jack Carter, Elke Sommer, Ray Charles (dancing!), Sammy Davis Jr. and Mickey Rooney in a Maurice Chevalier act on "NBC Follies", aired on December 6, 1973.

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Henry Mancini was an Academy Award winning Italian-American composer, conductor and arranger.

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Poster for a Ray Charles concert at the Buffalo Jazz Festival (at the Kleinhans Music Hall) on October 15, 1961.

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Ray Charles, guesting on "Cher" (she's seen standing left), the CBS TV show. Ray starred in episode 10 of the second season, aired on 16 November 1975, taped on August 7. Photo by Terry O'Neill.

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James Brown at the concert preceding the Rumble in the Jungle in Zaire, in 1974. Photo by Lynn Goldsmith.

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Fats and Anita Waller leaving England on 14 June 1939 onboard the Ile de France. The ship arrived in New York on 20 June.

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Boris Vian (10 mars 1920, Ville-d'Avray, France - 23 juin 1959, Paris, France)

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Poster for San Sebastian's Jazz Festival 1990 (Ray Charles performed on July 25).

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Hank Mobley, 1957. Photo by Francis Wolff.

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Toshiko Akiyoshi, pianist and band leader.

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Silhouette of Ray Charles, performing at Piedmont Park in Atlanta. Shot (through a curtain) by Greg Wright on October 25, 1989.

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Ray Charles, Live in Newport, July 5, 1958. Photo by Ted Williams.

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Ray Charles at the Civic Opera House in Chicago, as participant in the Soul 60 tour, with the Horace Silver Quintette, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and Dinah Washington, on March 25 or 26, 1960. Photo by Ted Williams.

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Ray Charles in Central Park, from a photo series by Paul Slade (1970).

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Ray Charles in Central Park, from a photo series by Paul Slade (1970).

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See John Coltrane, Duke Ellington, and Dizzy Gillespie As You’ve Never Seen Them…

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Herb Snitzer-Trumpet player Clark Terry 1959

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Poster for a Ray Charles concert at the Buffalo Jazz Festival (at the Kleinhans Music Hall) on October 15, 1961.

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Liner notes said (and RvG of course remembered) that Van Gelder Studios in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, were used. Wall decoration indeed consistent with photos of other sessions at Van Gelder's. But Phil Ramone (prob. erroneously) remembered that his A&R Studio at 112 West 48th St. in NYC was (also?) used. Clipped from Ebony, March 1960; often attributed to Moneta Sleet, and dated 1964 - but made in 1960, probably by Howard Morehead.

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modernizor: “ Charles Eames in the Eames plywood Lounge Chair and Ottoman, 1956 #charleseames #Eames #lounge #designer #furniture #legendary #icon #deco #portrait #relaxing #bnw #Modernizor #inspiration #1950s #reading #retro #stylish #design #pipe...

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Charles Eames looking sharp on his Dining Chair Metal better known as the "Potato Chip Chair".

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Dexter Gordon, 1978. Photo by Marco Glaviano.

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Poster for San Sebastian's Jazz Festival 1990 (Ray Charles performing on July 25)/

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Poster for a Ray Charles concert series (grossing $60,097) at McCormick Place in Chicago, April 17 - 18, 1964.

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Ray Charles at the 2nd Hampton Jazz Festival, on June 28, 1969.

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Ramsey Lewis - The Birdhouse - Chicago IL - 1961

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Ray Charles at a concert in Mexico City, late February 1970. Photo by Ted Williams.

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During the first tour with his augmented band, Ray Charles (here with Hank Crawford and Phil Guilbeau at McCormick Place in Chicago, on april 8 or 9, 1961) had to play "with an injured left hand"; he "played the organ principally with his right and also relied on his foot pedal work".

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Quincy Jones, loving Ray Charles madly at latter's induction at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ceremonies at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York on January 23d, 1986.

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Ray Charles in Central Park, from a photo series by Paul Slade (1970).

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Bobby Womack, with pipe (for his 1976 country album, B.W. Goes C&W).

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Archie Shepp (born May 24, 1937) is an American jazz saxophonist. Shepp is best known for his passionately Afrocentric music of the late 1960s, which focused on highlighting the injustices faced by African Americans, as well as for his work with the New York Contemporary Five, Horace Parlan, and his collaborations with his "New Thing" contemporaries, most notably Cecil Taylor and John Coltrane.

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“When I met Cecil Taylor it was a complete transformation of musical identities. All the tenets that I had grown up with were thrown out the window.” - Archie Shepp, pic by Garth Caylor

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Ray Charles, guesting on "Cher" (she's seen standing left), the CBS TV show. Ray starred in episode 10 of the second season, aired on 16 November 1975, taped on August 7. Photo by Terry O'Neill.

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