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They hired an Italian architect and built a beautiful church. You can see photos here from the web site devoted to Our Lady of Loreto, a web site maintained by Dominick Mondelli. The interior was beautifully designed. There is a ceiling mural. A statue of San Innocenzo at Loreto. Here is a photo of Mass at the church in 1937. You can see that it was well-attended and made up of many devoted parishioners.

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According to Will Friedwald 's book, Sinatra! The Song Is You , "Basie didn't play piano on several of the tracks: 'The day before the first date, we rehearsed all day, all night', said Bill Miller, officially serving as contractor. 'Everybody also came in an hour before so we could go over them again.' As Joe Bushkin has pointed out, 'The Basie guys could read as well as any studio band', but to help them nail the charts even tighter, Sinatra and Miller brought in ace lead trumpeter Al Porcino. Basie was a capable but not an expert reader, Miller continued, 'and he was very slow to learn new tunes, so on a couple of the songs, he said, "You play it."' Long story short, Bill Miller played piano on 'Pennies from Heaven.'" [3]

Turner made many albums with Johnson, Art Tatum , Sammy Price , and other jazz groups. [7] He recorded for several record companies. He also performed with the Count Basie Orchestra . [1] During his career, Turner was part of the transition from big bands to jump blues to rhythm and blues to rock and roll . He was a master of traditional blues verses , and at Kansas City jam sessions he could swap choruses with instrumental soloists for hours. [8]


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