Talk:Red Norvo

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Ocean's Eleven (1960)[edit]

I removed the reference to this film considering it to be too transitory to be worth mentioning in the article. Philip Cross 14:43, 15 January 2007 (UTC)

The First Sessions[edit]

Mention of Benny Goodman on bass clarinet is highly noteworthy; another noteworthy aspect of the 3rd and 4th sides for Brunswick was the use of the darker marimba instead of the xylophone.

I changed the parenthetical sentence "(Interestingly...remained in print through the 1930s!)" to an independent sentence. "Interestingly" sounds too much like opinion, and ending a sentence with a bang (!) is contrary to encyclopedia style. justcary (talk) 19:36, 1 January 2011 (UTC)