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* Music/CharlieParker's "Charlie Parker with Strings." While some purists hate it for being too "pop" for bebop, you have to admit there is something incredible about his virtuoso bebop improvs being played over a full orchestra.
** There's something even more incredible about hearing his virtuoso bebop improvs being played with just a five-piece band behind him. Bebop is possibly the most difficult-to-play popular music ''ever'', and Parker, Gillespie, Al Haig, Max Roach et al. made it sound not only easy but fun.

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* Music/CharlieParker's "Charlie Parker with Strings." While some purists hate it for being too "pop" for bebop, you have to admit there is something incredible about his virtuoso bebop improvs being played over a full orchestra.
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orchestra. There's something even more incredible about hearing his virtuoso bebop improvs being played with just a five-piece band behind him. Bebop is possibly the most difficult-to-play popular music ''ever'', and Parker, Gillespie, Al Haig, Max Roach et al. made it sound not only easy but fun.



* Louis Armstrong singing "Bare Necessities" from Disney's ''Disney/TheJungleBook''. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXwEBp3cKfM Prepare to feel warm and fuzzy.]]
** "What a Wonderful World". The perfect song to remind you that, yes, the world is worth living for.

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* Louis Armstrong singing "Bare Necessities" from Disney's ''Disney/TheJungleBook''. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXwEBp3cKfM Prepare to feel warm and fuzzy.]]
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]] And "What a Wonderful World". The perfect song to remind you that, yes, the world is worth living for.



* Buddy Rich in general. His performance with the Boston Pops, playing ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', caused [[AwesomeMusic/JohnWilliams John freaking Williams]] [[AwesomeMoment to nearly drop his baton in awe]]. There's a reason Neil Peart idolizes the man. He did things in a suit that any drummer alive would kill to do at all. He is, arguably, the greatest drummer to have ever lived.
** Although some jazz lovers think he was too much of a show-off and egotist. He was a great drummer who never made a truly great recording.

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* Buddy Rich in general. His performance with the Boston Pops, playing ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', caused [[AwesomeMusic/JohnWilliams John freaking Williams]] [[AwesomeMoment to nearly drop his baton in awe]]. There's a reason Neil Peart idolizes the man. He did things in a suit that any drummer alive would kill to do at all. He is, arguably, the greatest drummer to have ever lived.
** Although
lived. (Although some jazz lovers think he was too much of a show-off and egotist. He was a great drummer who never made a truly great recording.)
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