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Keywords Drum Magazine,South Africa,Africa,South African history,black and white image,horizontal,October,1959,1950s,Ian Berry,Manhattan Brothers,Miriam Makeba,performances,performers,stages (theatres),
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Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
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Description DM2001092706:SAED:MUSIC:PERSONALITY:OCT1959 - What Our Players Learned From The Jazz Prof. - The Manhattan Brothers with Miriam Makeba performing at City Hall during Mehegan's visit. American pianist John Mehegan came to South Africa on invitation from the Jazz Foundation to play a short season in the plush white clubs. Mr Mehegan came to us all the way from New York where he is Professor of jazz piano at the Juliard School of Music. He heard some of our fellows blow, and decided he would like to record with them. "You guys ready?" The session is on. (Photograph by Ian Berry Baileys Archives)
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