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Frank Morgan
Minneapolis, USA, 23 Grudnia 1933
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Antilles, Contemporary, GNP, Telarc


Bop - Frank Morgan Bop 1996   CD  
Love, Lost & Found - Frank Morgan Love, Lost & Found 1995   CD  
Listen To The Dawn - Frank Morgan Listen To The Dawn 1993   CD  
You Must Believe In Spring - Frank Morgan You Must Believe In Spring 1992   CD  
Lovesome Thing - Frank Morgan Lovesome Thing 1990   CD  
Jazz 'Round Midnight: Frank Morgan - Frank Morgan Jazz 'Round Midnight: Frank Morgan 1989   CD  
Mood Indigo - Frank Morgan Mood Indigo 1989   CD  
Reflections - Frank Morgan Reflections 1988   CD  
Yardbird Suite - Frank Morgan Yardbird Suite 1988   CD  
Major Changes - Frank Morgan Major Changes 1987   CD  
Quiet Fire - Frank Morgan Quiet Fire 1987   CD  
Bebop Lives! - Frank Morgan Bebop Lives! 1986   CD  
Double Image - Frank Morgan Double Image 1986   CD  
Lament - Frank Morgan Lament 1986   CD  
Easy Living - Frank Morgan Easy Living 1985   CD  
Frank Morgan - Frank Morgan Frank Morgan 1955   CD  
Introducing Frank Morgan - Frank Morgan Introducing Frank Morgan 1955   CD  
Bird Calls, Vol. 2 - Frank Morgan Bird Calls, Vol. 2 1954   CD  

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zbGPKsHXqpa [2015-07-25] I have an undergraduate stunedt in one of my classes who is extraordinarily brilliant and lives with intense migraines that occasionally severely reduce her ability to cope with school.This stunedt wants to go to graduate school and is now facing the dilemma of selecting a program. When functioning at 80%, this stunedt is three standard deviations above the median (in fact, it is humbling how intelligent and creative she is), so I have little doubt that she can do wonders in graduate school. But I wonder if someone with more experience with chronic illness could write a feature on graduate stunedt life with chronic illness on the blog. Perhaps one of your bloggers knows a graduate stunedt coping with chronic illness and can recruit this stunedt to write a piece? I am particularly interested in knowing what considerations might a person with chronic illness take into account when selecting a program, but I am sure there are many other topics that could be addressed as well. (It occurs to me that the writer need not be a math grad stunedt any graduate stunedt in a scientific field living with chronic pain would work. )I hope this sounds like an idea worth pursuing.Thank you very much for starting this blog.
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