Dorough, Bob Jazz Singers Vocal
Arkansas-born bebop jazz vocalist, pianist and lyricist, noted for his vocalese lyrics to Charlie Parker's "Yardbird Suite."
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Dorough, Bob - Official site biography mentions his vocals with Miles Davis as well as work with Dave Frishberg, Blossom Dearie, and the "Schoolhouse Rock" TV series. With links to interviews and articles as well as calendar of appearances.
- A Hillbilly Bebopper on a Geezer Pass - CutureKiosque JazzNet interview from the "Sons of Miles" series by dorough, bob Mike Zwerin.
- AMG: Bob Dorough - Artist biography from All Music Guide.
- Bob Dorough: Just About Everything But Fame - Jazzspot profile from 1998 mentions his writing the words set dorough, bob to Charlie Parker\\'s "Yardbird Suite," and his co-authorship of "I\'m dorough, bob Hip" with Dave Frishberg.
- NPR : Jazz Musician Bob Dorough - Audio of Terry Gross interview for her "Fresh dorough, bob Air" d program, as re-broadcast October 20, 2000.
- Bob Dorough - Review of "Too Much Coffee Man" on Blue dorough, bob Note. Dorough is one of the standard bearers dorough, bob of the concept of "heart and soul" in dorough, bob jazz vocals. Referred to as a "hipster dorough, bob saint", though close to eighty, "he still kicks dorough, bob it like h
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