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  1. Mary Lou Williams Plays in London (CD) Released in $ Out of Stock. Save for Later. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Just One of Those Things; Why; Yesterdays; Mary Lou Williams (Vinyl LP) Released in $ Out of Stock. Save for Later.
    How Mary Lou Williams Shaped The Sound Of The Big-Band Era
  2. Sep 21,  · “Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings the Band” gets its subtitle from a composition by Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin, in honor of Williams, that the Kirk band recorded in Her.
    Little Known Black History Fact: Mary Lou Williams
  3. Mary Lou Williams was by turns a wild woman living the freewheeling jazz life and a passive, self-flagellating soul scarred by an insidious array of guilts. In , at the age of 47, following at least one probable abortion and years of visions of saints and demons, she converted to Roman Catholicism.
    The Mary Lou Williams Collection, 1927-59
  4. The long-awaited reissue of Mary Lou Williams's magnum opus of religious jazz: Mary Lou's Mass. Newsweek called the score "an encyclopedia of black music, richly represented from spirituals to bop to rock." This is Williams's "Music for Peace," a landmark recording which addressed many of the social ills of the s and 70s.
    Mary Lou Williams On Piano Jazz
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Mary Lou Williams Collection, - Mary Lou Williams on AllMusic.
    Mary Lou Williams
  6. Buy Plays In London [Import] (CD) by Mary Lou Williams (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
    Williams, Mary Lou (1910–1981)
  7. MARY LOU WILLIAMS is a lady with a mission -- to bring jazz back to the young. In recent years, that quest has brought the year-old pianist and composer to Duke University in Durham, N. C., where she teaches and serves as artist-in-residence.
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  8. Mary Lou Williams was a jazz pianist who performed with and arranged songs for several jazz legends in her time. The Atlanta-born, Pittsburgh-raised musician was born May 8, Mary Elfrieda Scruggs was known in her Pittsburgh neighborhood as a child prodigy, earning the nickname “The Little Piano Girl” while playing for some of the city’s elite.
    Williams, Mary Lou 1910–1981

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