اجراهايي متفاوت از قطعۀ
بلاسِم دي يِري، كانت بيسي، سارا وان، واردل گري، دان باياس، كولمن هاوكينز، ساني راولينز، هري جيمز، ال هِيگ، جيمي اسميت، جي جي جانسن، جنگو راينهاد، ديزي گيلسپي، ساني استيت
برنامه را اين جا بشنويد
One night, at the end of a a gig in a dive in Boston - a small, narrow, cheerless room - Pee Wee Russell was confronted by a student at the nearby New England Conservatory of Music who unrolled a series of music manuscript pages.They were densely covered with what looked like notes of extraordinary complex avant-garde classical composition. "I brought this for you," the young man said to Pee Wee, who stared at him if he were a Martian. "It's one of your solos from last night. I transcribed it."Shaking his head, Pee Wee looked at the manuscript. "This can't be me. I can't play this."The student assured Pee Wee that the transcribed solo - with its fiendishly difficult and startling turns of invention - was indeed Pee Wee's."Well," the shy clarinetist said, "even if it is, I wouldn't play it again the same way - even if I could, which I can't."