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Question 1: Blowing In from Chicago (1957, ________)
Art BlakeyBlue Note RecordsJazzMiles Davis

Question 2: He was one of the first pioneers of the style known as Hard Bop, influencing such pianists as Bobby Timmons, Les McCann, and ________.
Ramsey LewisJazzChick CoreaMaurice White

Question 3: Cats vs. Chicks (1954, ________)
United ArtistsMetro-Goldwyn-MayerWarner Bros.Academy Award for Best Picture

Question 4: Silver was discovered in the Sundown Club in Hartford, Connecticut in 1950 by saxophonist ________.
Chick CoreaStan Getz discographyStan GetzJazz

Question 5: Sonny Rollins, Vol. 2 (1957, ________)
JazzArt BlakeyBlue Note RecordsMiles Davis

Question 6: Lee Morgan Indeed! (1956, ________)
Blue Note RecordsMiles DavisArt BlakeyJazz

Question 7: The Jazz Message of Hank Mobley (1956, ________)

Question 8: K.B. Blues (1957, ________)
Blue Note RecordsJazzArt BlakeyMiles Davis

Question 9: It was in New York that he formed The Jazz Messengers, a co-operatively run group with ________.
Miles DavisWoody ShawArt BlakeyHard bop

Question 10: In 1963 Silver created a new group featuring Joe Henderson on tenor saxophone and ________ on trumpet; this quintet recorded most of Silver's best-known album Song for My Father.
Shelly ManneGerald WilsonCarmell JonesHerb Geller


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