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Gothic rock evolved out of post-punk during the late 1970s. During vacations he played with jazz bands, including that of Johnny Hodges. In reality, the landmark part-talkie singing film was an old-fashioned melodrama about Jewish-bred 'jazz singer' Jakie Rabinowitz/Jake Robin (charismatic Broadway mega-star Al Jolson). Clarice’s style includes songs in Portuguese as well as jazz-style wordless vocals. Ranked 2nd in record sales among all jazz recording artists from 1955-1985.

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