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Time After Time - Jim Hershman, Bill Cunliffe, Jeff Hamilton - Partners in Crime (CD, Album)


  1. That enmity resurfaced in , when Hamilton publicly denounced Burr as a “dangerous man” as he, Hamilton, endorsed Lewis Morgan Lewis in Lewis’ successful bid to become governor of New York. It was Hamilton’s rancorous words in that election that led to Burr ultimately demanding an apology and, when Hamilton refused, a duel.
  2. Partners In Crime – Jim Hershman & Bill Cunliffe & Jeff Hamilton, (Azica) Renee Olstead – Renee Olstead, (Warner Brothers) 52nd & Broadway – Songs of the Bebop Era – Terry Gibbs, (Mack Avenue Records) Girl In The Other Room – Diana Krall, (Verve) The Best Things Happen – The Jeff Hamilton Trio, (Azica Records)
  3. Jeff Hamilton () was born a slave on the Singleton Gibson plantation in Kentucky on April 16, , and was taken from his mother in October to sell at auction in Huntsville. Senator Sam Houston was in town that day, noticed the crying child, and purchased him.
  4. Though the time has passed when eyes were piously averted to avoid soiling Japan's Emperor Hirohito with a commoner's glance, the Emperor, 66, still enjoys nearly hermetic privacy within his wooded acre estate in Tokyo.
  5. Jimmy Hamilton With Clark Terry And Britt Woodman: Jimmy Hamilton With Clark Terry And Britt Woodman - It's About Time ‎ (LP, Album, RE) Prestige Swingville: .
  6. Jan 29,  · Hamilton, of Midwest City, represented District in the state House, serving four terms before retiring in During the Democrat's time in the Legislature, he served as chairman of the health-mental health committee and co-authored the "living will" bill with Sen. Cal Hobson, D-Lexington.
  7. Jeff's recording, It's Hamilton Time (Lake Street Records), received enormous airplay while reaching #5 on the Gavin national jazz radio chart. His trio's second release, Jeff Hamilton Trio-LIVE! (MONS) was nominated by critics for best jazz recording in Germany in The trio's second MONS release is entitled, Hands On.
  8. HAMILTON, JEFF (–). Jeff Hamilton, son of Abner Hamilton, was born a slave on the Singleton Gibson plantation in Kentucky on April 16, The Gibsons moved to Fort Bend County, Texas, in There Mr. Gibson was killed, and his widow married James McKell, a heavy drinker and gambler, known to mistreat the slaves.

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