David Murray

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David Murray Big Band
... David Murray Big Band conducted by Lawrence "Butch" Morris is an album by David Murray released on the DIW/Columbia label ... and was released in 1991 featuring performances by Murray, Hugh Ragin, Graham Haynes, Rasul Siddik, James Zollar, Craig Harris, Frank Lacey, Al Patterson, Bob Stewart, Vincent Chancey, Khalil Henry ...
Steve Coleman - Discography - As Sideman
... Parker Tentet Live at the Wollman Auditorium (Sahara, 1985) With David Murray David Murray Big Band Live at "Sweet Basil" Vol. 1 (Black Saint, 1985) David Murray Big Band Live at "Sweet Basil" Vol ...
List Of Recurring Blue Heelers Characters - David Murray
... David Murray was a fictional character in the long-running Australian police drama Blue Heelers ...
David Murray, 6th Viscount Of Stormont - Family Tree
... David Murray Majory Scott David Murray Anne Stewart 2) Louisa Schaw Cathcart David Murray 1) Henrietta Frederica Bunau James Murray John Murray ...
West Indian Cricket Team In England In 1973 - The West Indies Team
... Roy Fredericks Vanburn Holder Inshan Ali Bernard Julien Alvin Kallicharran Clive Lloyd David Murray, wicketkeeper Deryck Murray, wicketkeeper Lawrence Rowe Grayson Shillingford Elquemedo ... Of the starting tour party, only David Murray, Inshan Ali and Willett had not toured or played county cricket in England before, and only Julien and David Murray had ...

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