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Rhys Tranter
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Sonny Rollins, Vol.1 was recorded #onthisday in 1956. The album includes performances by Donald Byrd, Max Roach, Wynton Kelly, and Gene Ramey.
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George Braith recorded Soul Stream #onthisday in 1963. The album includes performances by Billy Gardner, Grant Green, and Hugh Walker.
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Duke Pearson began recording Tender Feelin’s #onthisday in 1959. The album includes performances by Gene Taylor and Lex Humphries.
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Ike Quebec began recording Blue & Sentimental for Blue Note Records #onthisday in 1961. The album includes performances by Grant Green, Paul Chambers, Sam Jones, Louis Hayes, Philly Joe Jones, and Sonny Clark.
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John Coltrane and Miles Davis during a recording session at Columbia Records, 1958.
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Ivan Kramskoi, 'The Peasant Ignatiy Pirogov', 1874.
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The Life of Günther Anders: A Philosopher of the 20th Century
"Christopher John Müller has translated Christian Dries‘s short online biography of modern philosopher, Günther Anders. Müller, who has been interviewed on this site, is becoming one of the most prominent scholars and translators focussing on Anders’ life and legacy."
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60th Anniversary: Lou Donaldson recorded Lou Takes Off! for Blue Note Records #onthisday in 1957. The album includes performances by Donald Byrd, Curtis Fuller, Sonny Clark, Jamil Nasser, and Art Taylor.
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Kierkegaard: In The Modern Era, Have We Forgotten What It Means to Exist
In a series of posts for The Guardian, Clare Carlisle introduces the key ideas and concerns of the nineteenth century Danish philosopher
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Sarah Vaughan with Bobby Shad and Quincy Jones, New York City, 1950. Photograph: Herman Leonard.
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