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Walk That Broad - Clarence Williams - The Clarence Williams Collection, Volume 2, 1928 (CD)

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  1. Vogrel
    Early life. Born in New York City, Williams is the son of a professional musician, Clarence "Clay" Williams Jr., and grandson of jazz and blues composer/pianist Clarence Williams and his singer-actress wife, Eva Taylor. Raised by his paternal grandmother, he became interested in acting after accidentally walking onto a stage at a theater below a Harlem YMCA.
  2. Dibar
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Collection, Vol. 2: - Clarence Williams on AllMusic - /
  3. JoJoshura
    OCLC Number: Notes: Program notes by Tom Lord on container. Performer(s): Jazz; performed by the Clarence Williams Orchestra. Event notes: Recorded in New York & Long Island City & originally released on the Paramount & QRS labels.
  4. Samushicage
    Clarence Williams was a legend in the world of Jazz & Blues. He was a businessman, talent scout, songwriter, pianist & band leader who most importantly organised many of the greatest recording sessions ever put on record. His legacy to the world of American music is incalculable.
  5. Dahn
    Clarence Williams. Clarence Williams (October 8, – November 6, ) was an American jazz pianist, composer, promoter, vocalist, theatrical producer, and publisher. Update this biography» Complete biography of Clarence Williams».
  6. Doujind
    Clarence J. Williams (January 22, ) is an American photojournalist who worked for the Los Angeles Times from to He won the Pulitzer Prize in for feature photography. Biography. Born in in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Williams received his Bachelor of.
  7. Gubar
    Dec 06,  · "Walk That Broad"- Clarence Williams' Jazz Kings. Columbia Viva-Tonal D (). Originally Recorded August 1, Transfer done on an Audio-Technica AT-LPUSB Turntable with mil.
  8. Meztiktilar
    As the son of a displaced musician, Harlem-born African-American actor Clarence Williams III was raised by his musical grandparents, the legendary jazz and boogie-woogie composer/pianist Clarence Williams, who wrote such classics as "T'Aint Nobody's Business If I Do" and "Baby, Won't You Please Come Home," and blues singer Eva Taylor ().). While attending a local YMCA as a teen.

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