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Jazz Legends

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Stan Tracey. Julian Joseph profiles major jazz artists with performances from the BBCjazz archives. This week he focuses on British pianist Stan Tracey , who was the house pianist at Ronnie Scott 's club during the 1960s and backed such visiting artists as Zoot Sims , Roland Kirk and Sonny Rollins. Stan Tracey returns to
Ronnie Scott 's with his quintet for Music Live on Jazz Record Requests, tomorrow at 5pm. Producer Felix Carey
Three Jazz Legends CDs are available now featuring Oscar Peterson , Art Blakey and Dizzy Gillespie

Contributors

Unknown: Stan Tracey.
Unknown: Julian Joseph
Pianist: Stan Tracey
Unknown: Ronnie Scott
Unknown: Zoot Sims
Unknown: Roland Kirk
Unknown: Sonny Rollins.
Unknown: Stan Tracey
Unknown: Ronnie Scott
Producer: Felix Carey
Unknown: Oscar Peterson
Unknown: Art Blakey

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