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C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Clifford Brown

This is the only clip I've found of Clifford on line so far and I've been looking. If you find anymore, please let me know. After I listened t

This is the only clip I've found of Clifford on line so far and I've been looking. If you find anymore, please let me know. After I listened to "At Basin Street," he instantly became my favorite trumpet player. Too bad his life was cut so short.

The Clifford Brown-Max Roach quintet was already one of the best in modern jazz, but when they added Sonny Rollins to the fray in late 1955, it became a lineup for the ages.

"At Basin Street"

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