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  1. Mar 06,  · Jazz, obviously, did not originate from one single personality, yet Buddy Bolden seems to have been accepted as the first legend of jazz. Indeed, in his Encyclopedia of Jazz, Leonard Feather writes: “Since his career predated the making of commercial records of his kind of music, there is nothing of him but legend.”That legend was first told via the recollections of New Orleans-style music.
  2. James Bolden in California. We found 30 records for James Bolden in Los Angeles, Folsom and 31 other cities in California. Select the best result to find their .
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  4. This snapshot of James W Bolden's life was captured by the U.S. Census. When James W Bolden was born about , his father, Marion, was 35 and his mother, Eura, was In , he was 9 years old and lived in Eleanor, Florida, with his father, mother, 5 brothers, and sister.
  5. James Bolden. We have records for James Bolden ranging in age from 35 years old to years old. James has been found in 17 states including Alabama, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, West Virginia, and 12 others.
  6. James Bolden in West Virginia. We found 3 records for James Bolden in Morgantown, Dunbar and 3 other cities in West Virginia. Select the best result to find .
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Priorities on Discogs. Label: Fantasy - 1A Z • Format: Vinyl 12 James Bolden - Priorities (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  8. Summary: James Bolden is 72 years old and was born on 09/16/ James Bolden lives in Memphis, TN; previous city include Cordova TN. In the past, James has also been known as J H Bolden, James H Bolden and James H Bolden. James's present occupation is listed as a Director at Memphis Police.

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