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These recordings, made Art Blakey's name known not only in the jazz community but in the homes of jazz fans.
When Art Blakey got a call from a well known New York City band leader. He took a shot and went for change. Billy Eckstine had a bop oriented band in the city that played at all the hot jazz clubs in town...
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Even though Blakey didn't stay with Eckstine long he continued to make a name for himself not only as a jazz musician but as a "bop" style powerhouse. He pushed the "bop" style to the next level of the top drummer of the time, Max Roach.
When he left Echstine in 1947, Blakey gave band leading another shot...
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