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August 8th in Jazz History…

  • Capitol Records was formed in 1942 by nine artists at a cost of $10,000. By 1948 it had grossed $16 million.
  • "Swing Out" was recorded by Erskine Hawkins and his orchestra for Bluebird Records in 1939.
  • Lee Morgan recorded "dee-lightful-lee," cuts 5-10, in New York City in 1966 for Blue Note.
  • And, on a sad note, "King" Oliver dies in poverty at the age of 52 in Savannah, Georgia in 1938.
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