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Ted Borodofsky and Southern Jazz is Flyah

TED BORDOFSKY
With a mesmerizing Mississippi cadence, Dr. Ted Borodofsky combines his two passions, medicine, and music. As the Paducah, KY, ophthalmologist explains, "I grew up playing the clarinet knowing that I would one day be a doctor." His family in the Mississippi Delta region planted his professional ambitions while the jazz great Pete Fountain fueled his love of the clarinet. Today as a retired ophthalmologist, he continues his love of music with his Southern Jazz group. His just released album "Remember The Music" is his third album. Previous albums include "Swingin In Paducah" and "No Place Like Home." 





TED BORDOFSKY
The music on this CD spans a period from 1910 until 1955. Although all of this music has been recorded many times by many great musicians, one does not hear the music today unless one makes an effort to find it. Many young listeners have never heard the music. I recorded this music for presentation to the new listening audience of today in all the media that is available. Music today has certainly transitioned form the first half of the 20th century but this early music is well worth remembering. Hope you enjoy! Ted Borodofsky
Recorded Aug1st and 2nd ,2015, Lovett Auditorium, Murray State University,Murray, Ky Released Mar.22,2016
Dr. Ted Borodofsky, Clarinet:Dr Todd E. Hill, Piano:Andy Brown, Guitar:Jim Wall, Bass: Dean Hughes, Drums
Engineered, Mixed, and Mastered by Justin Patton
Available online at CDBABY,ITunes, Amazon
E-mail:soujazz@aol.com  
Southern Jazz Productions, P.O Box 7301, Paducah, Ky 42001
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