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3 heads are better than 1

Page added Mar 1, 2013 Updated Mar 8, 2013

Brisbane trio Trichotomy with their 5th release, Louis Armstrong on the air in 1943 plus Donald Byrd with a heavy dose of jazz-funk in 1972.

Queensland trio Trichotomy have a new recording with a few extra guests.

French label Fremeaux continues their series of rare Louis Armstrong recordings and on this episode of Jazztrack, we hear him from a 1943 Armed Forces radio broadcast and a movie soundtrack also.

Django Reinhardt meets Duke Ellington in Chicago in 1946 plus Chicagoan Bud Freeman with a spirited Keynote recording from the same year.

The late Donald Byrd recorded many albums for Blue Note and his biggest seller was the 1972 jazz funk classic Black Byrd.

Plus new releases from organist Tony Monaco, Amina Figerova and Mike Nock.

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Mar 2, 2013. 5:05pm - 7:00pm
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Look up trichotomy in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A trichotomy is a splitting into three parts, and, apart from its normal literal meaning, can refer to: trichotomy (mathematics), in the mathematical field of order theory, trichotomy (philosophy), for the theological idea that man has a threefold nature; also for a three-way classificatory division, especially when done according to a...

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