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‘Big’ Jim Wynn

b. 21 June 1912, Un Paso, Tx, USA, d. 1976, LA, California, USA. After shifting to LA as a kid, Wynn started his musical tuition on clarinet before switching to tenor sax and playing appropriately using the music group of Charlie Echols. In 1936, Wynn got his very own music group and begun to hyperlink up with T-Bone Walker; this association would last before end from the well-known blues musician’s lifestyle, using the Wynn music group frequently touring and documenting with him. The Wynn music group’s very own recording profession lasted through R&B’s fantastic years, when information had been released on 4 Superstar/Gilt Advantage (1945 – including his biggest strike ‘Ee-Bobaliba’, that was lucratively protected in a variety of disguises by famous brands Helen Humes and Lionel Hampton), Contemporary (1946), Area of expertise and Supreme (1948), Mercury and Documented In Hollywood (1951) and Mil (1954). With the past due 40s, Wynn significantly eschewed his tenor instead of a beefy baritone saxophone, and its own deep honking, in conjunction with his personal histrionic stage take action, was the part model for another generation of western coastline R&B saxophonists. A well known session musician from your past due 50s in to the 70s, Wynn frequently used the rings of his friends T-Bone Walker and Johnny Otis.

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