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  1. Dulkis

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    "Koff Drops" is still used as the show's closing theme. Bach, and Vivaldi. These too had a certain modern approach that opened up even the great time-honoured classics to a new audience, and were captured on vinyl on albums like 's MOE KOFFMAN PLAYS BACH, THE FOUR SEASONS a year later, ROCK BACH TO ME in '73, and BACK TO BACH in
  2. Gall

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    Moe Koffman. (Source: Wikipedia) Moe Koffman was a jazz multi-instrumentalist, composer and record producer. In the Canadian native moved to the US to perform in big bands, especially those of Jimmy Dorsey and Sonny Dunham for about five years until he returned to his hometown Toronto to form a quartet (eventually a quintet), with whom he recorded the hit “Swinging Shepherd Blues”.
  3. Molkree

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  4. Akihn

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    The Best Of Moe Koffman Volumes 1 & 2, an album by Moe Koffman on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Yozshugul

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    Morris Koffman (Dec 28, - Mar 28 ) was born in Toronto,ON, Canada. His hit, "Swinging Shepherd Blues," is arguably his most famous work, although Mr. Koffman was a musical innovator, appearing as a solo artist, and in collaboration with a host of others (Dizzie Gilespie, Rob McConnell, etc.) right up until
  6. Malagul

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    Two of the albums, Moe Koffman Plays Bach and Vivaldi's Four Seasons, reached gold record status in Canada, The initiative was typical of Koffman's refusal to be pigeon-holed by jazz purists, preferring instead to record what he perceived his audiences wanted.
  7. Vikazahn

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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Best of Moe Koffman, Vol. 1 & 2 - Moe Koffman on AllMusic -
  8. Tygotaxe

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    Unfortunately, this is a 'budget' release, and doesn't even identify the albums from which the pieces come, let alone some of the musicians working with Moe Koffman. But Doug Riley's name throughout the song-writing credits confirms my feeling he was also heavily involved in playing on many of the tracks/5(18).
  9. Meztizil

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    Koff-Drops (Allegro Sonata II) A Swan Dance (Siciliano Sonata II) A -Bridge- A Two Bourrées: A -Bridge- A4: Fragments (Sarabande Suite II) B Moe Koffman Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results.

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