A Night in Tunisia
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Weird how that had been sounding like a random collection of notes to me for such long a time until it suddenly clicked and I felt like I got it and then I started to absolute love it and could listen to it for hours!

Jesse Liggins

I was sharing with my brother , that I've heard this break a thousand times at It least. It is genius flowing thru reeds.

Steve Mac

Charlie Parker (alto sax), Miles Davis (trumpet), Lucky Thompson (tenor sax), Dodo Marmarosa (piano), Arv Garrison (guitar), Vic MicMillan (bass), Roy Porter (drums) 1946

Desmond Barrett

I think that Dizzy on trumpet


Night In Tunisia (Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli) Charlie Parker featuring the Famous Alto Break - Radio Recorders Studios, Hollywood - Thursday, March 28, 1946.
▲ Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker ▲Trumpet – Miles Davis ▲Tenor Saxophone – Lucky Thompson ▲Piano – Dodo Marmarosa ▲Guitar – Arvin Garrison ▲Bass – Vic McMillan ▲Drums – Roy Porter▲

Will Collins

You are doing God's work. Thank you for the personnel.

And it's definitely miles. At that time he was practicing all of Diz's licks, he talked in his autobiography about learning and knowing all of Diz's licks by heart early on and I'm pretty sure that's part of why bird chose him to play with. Anybody please feel free to correct me if I'm mistaken.

Will Collins

@ghairraigh Thanks for the date and location. Where are you getting these triangles? :)

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am l

I can listen Charlie Parker for hours, day after day. Nothing like him.


I never get tired of Charlie

am l

@Bools to be tired of Charlie Parker is to be blind to beauty and high style, to be numb to awe and gratitude... I hope never to be there.

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