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Charlie Parker and the Meaning of Freedom - The New York Times

True liberation requires discipline, as he demonstrated in his music.

Saxophonist Charlie “Bird” Parker, born August 29, 1920, in Kansas City, Kans., tried heroin for the first time at 15. Soon, “strangers began showing up at his house, and various items of value tha…

Saxophonist Charlie “Bird” Parker, born August in Kansas City, Kans., tried heroin for the first time at Soon, “strangers began showing up.

Maceo Parker (February 14, 1943) American jazzsaxofonist, o.a. known from the New Power Generation.

Maceo Parker (February American jazzsaxofonist, o. known from the New Power Generation and Aquarius.

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For Sale on - John & Alice Coltrane, Englewood Cliff, New Jersey, Silver Gelatin Print by Chuck Stewart.

Drummer Sven Bolheim (left), Max Roach (center) and Charlie Parker , Paris, 1949

tornandfrayed: “ Drummer Sven Bolheim (left) enjoys the playful interaction between Max Roach (center) and Charlie Parker at the International Jazz Festival in Paris, 1949 (Bettmann/Corbis).

Charlie Parker. The greatest saxophone player to ever live.

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Charlie Parker and Miles Davis

Charlie Parker and Miles Davis

True liberation requires discipline, as he demonstrated in his music.

Charlie Parker and the Meaning of Freedom

Saxophonist Charlie “Bird” Parker, born August 29, 1920, in Kansas City, Kans., tried heroin for the first time at 15. Soon, “strangers began showing up at his house, and various items of value tha…

Saxophonist Charlie “Bird” Parker, born August in Kansas City, Kans., tried heroin for the first time at Soon, “strangers began showing up.

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