AbstractBud Powell (piano) Jean-Marie Ingrand (bass), and Kenny Clarke (drums) perform "I Want to Be Happy," live at Blue Note in the early 1960s. At 4:10, there is a clip of Powell performing Anthropology with Kenny Clarke, Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone), Jimmy Gourley (guitar), and Pierre Michelot (bass) at the Blue Note. At 7:22, there is black and white footage of Powell on vacation in Edenville, a resort town in Normandy, France. This footage includes still shots of photographs at the beach. The soundtrack to vacation footage is Bud Powell playing on solo piano "Dusk in Sandi."
Note(s)This project was supported by a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). The grant program is made possible by funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
CollectionFrancis Paudras Collection on Bud Powell
Organization NameRutgers University. Institute of Jazz Studies
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