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Author: Freddie HubbardBilly ChildsSteve HoughtonBuck ClarkLarry Klein, (Bassist)All authors
Publisher: New York : Arkadia Entertainment Corp., ©2009.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Freddie Hubbard cemented a powerful reputation as a bebop and hard-bop player, but is also famous for playing on some of the most influential albums of the post bop era. Hubbard played the mellophone and trumpet working under local legends Wes and Monk Montgomery, before moving to New York and becoming immersed with some of the city's finest...."--Container.
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Genre/Form: Filmed performances
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Freddie Hubbard; Billy Childs; Steve Houghton; Buck Clark; Larry Klein, (Bassist); Dennis F Stevens; Chris Donovan; Arkadia Entertainment Corp.; View Video.; Cinema Arts Productions, Inc.; Glensco Realty Co.; Walis Doch Enterprises.
ISBN: 0803070357 9780803070356
OCLC Number: 329078689
Notes: Title from menu screen.
Originally produced as television program in 1981.
Special features include: Freddie Hubbard biography; Ad Lib highlights reel (16 min.); DVD recommendations.
Credits: Created by Phil Moore ; audio, J. Mark King ; art director, Robert Lothrop ; editor, Floyd Ingram.
Performer(s): Billy Childs, piano ; Stephen Houghton, drums ; Buck Clark, percussion ; Larry Klein, bass.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; Dolby Digital stereo.; NTSC; digitally mastered.
Contents: show #40: UK forty ; One of a kind ; First light ; There is no greater love --
show #41: Love connection ; Interview ; One of another kind ; UK forty-one. Show #40 / produced by Cinema Arts Productions, Inc. ; Glensco Realty Co. ; director, Dennis F. Stevens --
Show #41 / Walis Doch Enterprises ; producer, Dennis F. Stevens.
Responsibility: presented by View Video ; director, Chris Donovan.

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"Freddie Hubbard cemented a powerful reputation as a bebop and hard-bop player, but is also famous for playing on some of the most influential albums of the post bop era. Hubbard played the mellophone and trumpet working under local legends Wes and Monk Montgomery, before moving to New York and becoming immersed with some of the city's finest...."--Container.

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