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The Tommy Tucker mentioned does not appear to be the Tommy Tucker of 'High Heel Sneakers' fame, so should not link to that article.Rothorpe 23:17, 13 January 2007 (UTC)rothorpe
I'm not sure where this should go, in Middle career or Pianoless Quartet but I don't see anything in the article about the 1954 Paris concert. To me this was a very important event in Mulligan's career, especially in international and European terms, maybe even in the U.S. I have the Vogue double album in excellent condition and it's a wonderful set, well recorded for the time, and especially considering it's live at the Salle Pleyel, a huge auditorium. Unless anyone objects I'm sure I could do a para or two based on the liner notes. Scunnerous 08:35, 2 July 2007 (UTC)
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If anyone can sort this one out, please do so and return to article:
, later trumpeter Miles Davis was amazed by the band joining them, and because he was already a Jazz star the band was known as the Miles Davis Nonet although he only cooperated with 2 tunes "Budo(Miles Davis, Bud Powell, arranged by Lewis" and "Deception(arranged by Mulligan)"