Dave Pell

David Pell (born February 26, 1925) is an American jazz saxophonist and bandleader born in New York City.Pell first played in his teens with the big bands of Tony Pastor, Bob Astor, and Bobby Sherwood, and then moved to California in the middle of the 1940s. There he played on Bob Crosby's radio show in 1946, and was a member of Les Brown's band from 1947 to 1955. In 1953 he began working with his own ensembles, mostly as an octet; among the players were Pepper Adams, Benny Carter, Mel Lewis, Red Mitchell, Marty Paich, and Art Pepper.
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  • Stand out from the Crowd: Simplicity Tips from Amy Lynn Andrews

    … and newsletters. I read ebooks, magazines, books and anything else I can download or put on my Kindle. I’m a huge fan of podcasts. Videos and webinars are often great sources of information too. Basically, anytime someone is talking about blogging or online business, I take note! “Most of my reading material is funneled through Feedly where I categorize…

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  • This Year’s Top 40 Blog Tips, Pt. 2 (FS074)

    … something you care about.” How to Get Motivated When You Don’t Feel Like It — “You’ve probably noticed that it’s hard to be motivated all the time.” NextDraft: The Day’s Most Fascinating News with Dave Pell — “Perhaps the world’s best email newsletter.” Words — “This is a web page. There’s not much here. Just words.” Farnam Street — “Mind-expanding awesomeness.” …

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