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Jazz pianist from the mid-1950s who died young, from the 2016 novel ''The Vinyl Detective: Written in Dead Wax'' by Andrew Cartmel. The Vinyl Detective is hired to track down an original pressing of his rare 1955 album, ''Easy Come Easy Go'' on the Hathor label. CD reissues are available, but they always leave off one track for which the master was missing. The missing track features a vocal by jazz singer [[Rita Mae Pollini]].
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[[Image:Geary_Easy_The_Vinyl_Detective_Written_in_Dead_Wax.jpg|right]]Jazz pianist from the mid-1950s who died young, from the 2016 novel ''The Vinyl Detective: Written in Dead Wax'' by Andrew Cartmel. The Vinyl Detective is hired to track down an original pressing of his rare 1955 album, ''Easy Come Easy Go'' on the Hathor label. CD reissues are available, but they always leave off one track for which the master was missing. The missing track features a vocal by jazz singer [[Rita Mae Pollini]].
  
 
''Easy Come, Easy Go'' was his second album for Hathor, his first was ''Easy Geary Plays [[Burns Hobartt]]'' (also 1955).
 
''Easy Come, Easy Go'' was his second album for Hathor, his first was ''Easy Geary Plays [[Burns Hobartt]]'' (also 1955).
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Rita Mae Pollini]]
 
*[[Rita Mae Pollini]]
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*[[Burns Hobartt]]
 
*[[Professor Jellaway]]
 
*[[Professor Jellaway]]
 
*[[Ree Esterbridge]]
 
*[[Ree Esterbridge]]
  
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==External Links==
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*[https://books.google.com/books?id=x-BfCgAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false preview on Google Books]
  
 
[[Category:2016|Geary, Easy]]
 
[[Category:2016|Geary, Easy]]

Latest revision as of 08:21, 14 February 2019

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Jazz pianist from the mid-1950s who died young, from the 2016 novel The Vinyl Detective: Written in Dead Wax by Andrew Cartmel. The Vinyl Detective is hired to track down an original pressing of his rare 1955 album, Easy Come Easy Go on the Hathor label. CD reissues are available, but they always leave off one track for which the master was missing. The missing track features a vocal by jazz singer Rita Mae Pollini.

Easy Come, Easy Go was his second album for Hathor, his first was Easy Geary Plays Burns Hobartt (also 1955).

See also

External Links