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Great album, but iTunes drops the ball yet again

I wish Apple would show the courtesy of bothering to be complete and correct, even in such an unpopular genre as jazz. This album as sold on iTunes is missing many of its classic songs and alternate takes, but more importantly, iTunes' album description is for a completely different Clifford Brown album. This isn't as bad a mistake as some of the other mistakes iTunes has made (not offering the track "My Favorite Things" on John Coltrane's album "My Favorite Things," for instance), but for anything that calls itself a music store, it is still inexcusable.

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Born: October 30, 1930 in Wilmington, DE

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '50s

Clifford Brown's death in a car accident at the age of 25 was one of the great tragedies in jazz history. Already ranking with Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis as one of the top trumpeters in jazz, Brownie was still improving in 1956. Plus he was a clean liver and was not even driving; the...
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  • Partial Album
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Hard Bop, Bop
  • Released: Aug 07, 1990

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