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  4. Early life. Tatum's mother, Mildred Hoskins, was born in Martinsville, Virginia, around , and was a domestic worker. His father, Arthur Tatum Sr., was born in Statesville, North Carolina, and had steady employment as a mechanic. In , they made their way from North Carolina to begin a new life in Toledo, Ohio. The couple had four children; Art was the oldest to survive, and was born in.
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  6. This Black Lion CD mostly features the phenomenal Tatum playing solo during , really digging into a variety of standards. A rare version of "Sweet Lorraine" (with bassist Oscar Pettiford and drummer Sid Catlett in ) and two numbers with his trio (featuring guitarist Tiny Grimes and bassist Slam Stewart) round out this excellent CD.8/
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  8. Art Tatum was an enigma. Partially sighted, largely self-taught, yet one of the most technically accomplished piano players of the 20th Century (admired by classical composers and pianists as well by jazz audiences), he was not universally embraced by the jazz fraternity, some critics considering him too clever by half to be a real jazzman!

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