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Vancouver Was Awesome: The Cellar, 1964

A Vancouver time travelogue brought to you by Past Tense . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4TWhYDGJuQ This is an excerpt from an NFB documentary entitled In Search of Innocence about how Vancouver's poets and painters look at life and art.

A Vancouver time travelogue brought to you by Past Tense.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4TWhYDGJuQ

This is an excerpt from an NFB documentary entitled In Search of Innocence about how Vancouver's poets and painters look at life and art. It's also the only surviving film footage of The Cellar, Vancouver's premier jazz club in the late 1950s and early 1960s at 222 East Broadway. The band is the Al Neil Trio, with Neil on piano, Don Thompson on bass, and Glenn MacDonald on sax.  

Source: MrDrewlips on YouTube

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