An Era in Black and White

By Bob Weinberg What Pauly Cohen lacked in physical stature, he more than made up for in personality. At about 5 foot 3, with a mane of white hair, a bulldog’s jowly countenance and a basketball coach’s whistle around his neck, the trumpet-playing conductor put his multi-generational big band through the paces during afternoon rehearsals

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