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Following the repeal of Prohibition in 1933, 52nd Street replaced 133rd street as "Swing Street" of the city. The blocks of 52nd Street between Fifth Avenue and Seventh Avenue became renowned for the abundance of jazz clubs and lively street life. The street was convenient to musicians playing on Broadway and the 'legitimate' nightclubs and was also the site of a CBS studio. Musicians who played for others in the early evening played for themselves on 52nd Street. In its heyday from 1930…

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Kansas City Jazz Club by Panoramic Images is produced with printing that covers the entirety of the canvas for a sleek and stylish museum-quality look. Our framed prints are made by expert craftsmen who strive to make each canvas the masterpiece that your home deserves. Each of our framed canvas art prints is hand-crafted and made-to-order to give it a high quality and professional appearance. To ensure the clearest, most accurate depiction of the artists' original vision, we print each work…

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Murphy's Place was an iconic jazz club owned by Clifford Murphy, which started on Madison Avenue and later was relocated to 151 Water Street in 1996. Clifford Murphy was a nationally renowned bassist and mentor to younger and older musicians alike. Affectionately referred to as "Claud and Clifford University", Murphy's holds a special place in the hearts of jazz artists and fans who frequented the club and will remain a staple of Toledo throughout history. Details Poly/Cotton/Rayon tri-blend…

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Dexter Gordon (tenor saxophone) and Freddie Hubbard (trumpet) on film set created by Alexandre Trauner, reproducing New York jazz club the ""Birdland"". Make up touch up before the shooting of a scene. In the background, Ron Carter (bass). �pinay-sur-Seine, France. August 20, 1985. �

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