David Amram talks about hanging with Charlie Parker

David Amram talks about the 1950s jazz scene in Washington D.C., including the story of Charlie Parker visiting his apartment, hanging out in his kitchen and “scarfing” down a crazy omelet. The telling of this story took place following the screening of Larry Kraman’s new documentary film “David Amram: The First 80 Years” at the Library of Congress, April 25, 2011.

4 comments on “David Amram talks about hanging with Charlie Parker

  1. John Schott says:

    So wonderful!! What a smile this brought to my face. Thank you very much for this and ALL your great work, Larry!!

  2. Diane says:

    Is this the David Amran mentioned in Raffi’s song “Peanut Butter Sandwich”??

  3. Larry Appelbaum says:

    yes

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