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John Plonsky: Cool Man Cool

The 1950s provide us with an endless bounty of tasty trumpet players whose names are largely forgotten or unfamiliar. On Monday I posted about Johnny Glasel and his Brasstet. Today, I'm focusing on John Plonsky and his sole leadership album,...        
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