Buddy Rich: Jazz Legend: 1917-1987 Trailer

Buddy Rich: Jazz Legend: 1917-1987 Trailer (1996)

01 January 1996 147 mins

Narrated by Mel Torme, this retrospective showcasing jazz icon Buddy Rich is packed with rare performance footage, interviews and behind-the-scenes clips. The collection features the legendary musician in a remarkable drum duel with Gene Krupa and performing with the Artie Shaw, Harry James and Tommy Dorsey bands. Commentary from Rich, his daughter and various friends sheds light on the life and work of this musical genius.

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