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March 15, 2010 | Donna Lee on the electric baritone mandolin

JazzMando friend Danny Williams (AKA "BariMando") has just posted an inspiring rendition of the Charlier Parker favorite, "Donna Lee." We've been trying to master that head for months, and he seems to pull it off effortlessly.

Enjoy a little Bebop finesse: Donna Lee

Nice playing!

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View Charlie Parker version:

Miles Davis (trumpet), Charlie Parker (alto sax), Bud Powell (piano), Tommy Potter, (bass) & Max Roach (drums).

Posted by Ted at March 15, 2010 5:01 AM

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