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Slam Stewart

Jazz bassist known for his capability to bow the bass and sing or hum an octave higher. He went to the Boston Conservatory where he noticed Ray Perry sing together with his violin. He helped record bebop classics like “Groovin’ Great” and “Dizzy Atmosphere.” He was created in Englewood, NJ. Stewart collaborated with Coleman Hawkins.

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