*Please note: this Website contains
extremely limited information - please
me for definitive or up-to-date information*
Art Kane's 'A Great Day In Harlem' photograph -
Gryce is on the far left, holding a music portfolio
Please explore the following Gryce-related links
- Noal Cohen's Jazz Pages -
Together with co-author Mike Fitzgerald, Noal has produced the long-awaited
definitive book (now in 2nd edition) on Gryce: 'Rat Race Blues: The Musical Life of Gigi Gryce'. In addition to Noal's
work on Gryce, he's also researched other jazz musicians and his jazz pages
cover a range of jazz artists.
- Howard Mansfield's pages on the musician ,who was according to some,
was almost like a brother to Gryce.
Jazz Artists Search Engine
- Derek Erb's site is an excellent starting point from which
to explore Web related material on selected jazz artists.
Jazz Research Site - Music
Educator, Michael Fitzgerald, has put up comprehensive research information
and links, including information on the Jazztet.
RCA Victor recordings
information page - information on Gryce and Lucky Thompson.
Donald Byrd discography
- information on fellow Jazz Lab co-leader.
Brown - information, pictures and sounds.
Stan Tracey Website
- Howard Mansfield has also put up information on the wonderfully inventive
and distinctive English jazz pianist Stan Tracey.
Candoli - information on trumpet playing brother of Pete Candoli.
A Great Day In Harlem - Art Kane's famous picture has formed part
of many jazz sites:
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David Griffith 1997.