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Longer titles found: Buddy Tate Meets Dollar Brand (view), Buddy Tate and His Buddies (view), Groovin' with Buddy Tate (view), Unbroken (Buddy Tate album) (view), Just Friends (Buddy Tate, Nat Simkins and Houston Person album) (view)

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singer) in 1963, and by Pete Fountain, Abdullah Ibrahim, The Orioles, and Buddy Tate. The recording by Jo Stafford was made in July 1951 and released by Columbia
Julian Dash (322 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
On 6 March 1972, Dash recorded prominently with fellow tenor saxist Buddy Tate as one of Jay McShann's All-Stars on seven titles of Kansas City-styled
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Lion, 1974) Kansas City Joys with Buddy Tate, Paul Quinichette (Sonet, 1976) Crazy Legs & Friday Strut with Buddy Tate (Sackville, 1977) Kansas City On
Terry Clarke (drummer) (501 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Your Mind Behind (Landmark, 1995) with Buddy Tate Featuring The Ed Bickert Trio The Ballad Artistry Of Buddy Tate (Sackville Recordings, 1982) "Terry Clarke"
List of Tulsa Golden Hurricane in the NFL Draft (16 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Green Bay Packers WR 13 19 366 Bernie Head Miami Dolphins C 17 19 478 Buddy Tate Oakland Raiders DB 1975 8 26 208 Al Humphrey Pittsburgh Steelers DE 13
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featuring giants of Jazz from the swing era including, on its opening night, Buddy Tate and Branford Marsalis. The jazz program was later discontinued as a nightly
Every Day I Have the Blues (Jimmy Rushing album) (274 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
trombonist Dickie Wells, trumpeter Clark Terry, and tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate, Rushing shows that he was still relevant ... both Rushing and the musicians