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  • A jazz-loving Soviet medical student discovered that he could inscribe sound grooves on the surface of X-ray plates, and invented a machine that allowed him to produce low-quality but sufficient copies of music recordings.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • A mustache opened the door, attached to a little egghead with his hair slicked back like a jazz-loving hop-head.

    Egg Hunt

  • He worked as a janitor in LA until his rediscovery in 2002 by a jazz-loving social worker and subsequent encouragement by bassist William Parker.

    This week's new live music

  • Perhaps this unassuming, pool-shooting, jazz-loving bachelor will justify at least some of that hope.

    Will Philippines' cycle of corruption ever end?

  • Cult hero, curmudgeon and cartooned memoirist, Harvey Pekar leapt from the pages of his decades-running comic book "American Splendor" to the big screen in this 2003 adaptation of his work, which recounted the travails of jazz-loving clerk at a Veteran's Administration hospital in Cleveland.

    Truths and Frictions

  • Vietti wasn't the only producer that saw in Barbera a potential Cindarella; another champion was the late Giacomo Bologna, a motorcycle-riding, jazz-loving bon vivant who inherited a property called Braida some 10 miles east of the town of Asti.

    Barbera, the Cinderella of Italian Reds

  • When the free-spirited, jazz-loving Prince Naveen of Maldonia (Bruno Campos) comes to town, a deal with a shady voodoo doctor (Keith David) goes bad and the once suave royal is turned into a frog.

    Ne-Yo’s New Video Shows Off Footage Of Disney’s THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG | Obsessed With Film

  • Frank's a bit of an anachronism, a jazz-loving leftover from another generation.

    Go Ahead, Take My Prez

  • "Ghostwritten" reads like a series of predictable pop novels, craftily strung together but staffed by tired old standbys: a womanizing rock musician (London), a zombified cultist (Okinawa), a shy, jazz-loving record-store clerk (Tokyo), a spunkier-than-thou female physicist (Ireland).

    As The Pages Turn

  • It is there that Tom Ripley (Matt Damon) first lays eyes on Dickie Greenleaf (Jude Law), a charming, jazz-loving playboy with a beautiful girlfriend (Gwyneth Paltrow), thoughtless self-confidence and money to burn.

    A Blue Christmas

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