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Don and Friends

2011 Melbourne International Jazz Festival 67
Page added Nov 13, 2012 Updated Nov 23, 2012

Being Ausmusic Month, it's only appropriate that we hear from Don Burrows and a few of his mates... That's on Jazz Notes with Ivan Lloyd.

Tracks in this program

1. 'After You’ve Gone' by Don Burrows and Friends
CD: A Tribute to Benny Goodman

2. 'Fobourfobourthobing' by Craig Scott Quintet
CD: Timeline (Rufus RF091)

3. 'Prone to Flights of Whimsy' by James Carter
CD: After All (New Market NEW3307.2)

4. 'I Cried For You' by Don Burrows and Friends
CD: A Tribute to Benny Goodman

Presenter: Ivan Lloyd


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Donald Vernon "Don" Burrows AO MBE (born 8 August 1928) is an Australian jazz and swing musician, a multi-instrumentalist who is best known for playing the clarinet but also the saxophone and flute. For his contribution to the arts, Burrows has been awarded a Handel Music Prize and had a supper club named for him at The Regent Hotel (now the Four Seasons Hotel) in Sydney, Australia. Burrows is...

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