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Erroll Garner: Ready Take One

When Erroll Garner died in 1977, Martha Glaser, his long-time manager and the executor of his estate, refused to allow the pianist's unreleased Columbia material to be issued by the label. The long-running dispute dated back to 1960, when Glaser...       Related Stories Cover: Concert By the Sea, Pt. 2 Erroll Garner in Paris, 1972  
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