Carmen Bradford provides accomplished a good deal in her profession yet fame provides largely eluded her in spite of her abilities. The little girl of vocalist Melba Joyce as well as the innovative trumpeter Bobby Bradford, she was raised in Altadena, CA. Bradford went to Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, TX but fell out when she was provided the work of vocalist with Count number Basie. She was using the Count number Basie Orchestra during 1982-1990. Although she never really had the opportunity to record with Basie, who passed on in 1984, Bradford shows up on several records using the Basie music group when it had been led by Frank Foster. Since departing the Basie music group, Bradford continues to be involved in a multitude of musical actions. She guested on recordings by George Benson (writing the vocal with Benson on “HOW WILL YOU Keep carefully the Music Playing”), Dori Caymmi, as well as the Lincoln Middle Jazz Orchestra, she toured European countries using the David Murray Big Music group (2000), performed the music of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn with flutist Adam Newton, sang in concerts using the Doc Severinsen Orchestra, and it is a vocal jazz teacher at USC. Furthermore, Bradford has documented a Compact disc apiece for Amazing (1992), Proof (1995), and a couple of duets with pianist Shelly Berg for Azica.
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|The Mad Empress||1939||musical director - as James Bradford|
|Tarzan's Revenge||1938||composer: stock music - uncredited|
|Savage Gold||1933||musical director|
|Black Butterflies||1928||musical program|
|The General||1926||music compiler - uncredited|
|The Popular Sin||1926||music compiler - uncredited|
|Beau Geste||1926||composer: additional music - uncredited / music compiler - uncredited|
|The Son of the Sheik||1926||arranger: 1937 re-release / synchronization - 1937 version|
|Western Yesterdays||1924||musical synopsis|
|The Thief of Bagdad||1924||music compiler: alternative score - 1924|
|No More Women||1924||musical synopsis|
|Richard the Lion-Hearted||1923||musical synopsis|
|Isobel or The Trail's End||1920||music compiler|
|So Long Letty||1920||music arranger|
|The Stealers||1920||music arranger|
|The Heart of Humanity||1918||music arranger|
|Carmen||1918||music arranger: 1921 score - uncredited|
|Sporting Life||1918||music compiler|
|Schlitz on Mount Washington||1935||Short|
|Juarez and Maximillian||1934|
|Isle of Paradise||1932||Documentary as Jimmy Bradford, music score|
|The Globe Trotters||1926||Short as Jimmy Bradford, sound reissue|
|Slick Sleuths||1926||Short as Jimmy Bradford, sound reissue|
|Westward Whoa||1926||Short as Jimmy Bradford, sound reissue|
|Where Am I?||1925||Short as Jimmy Bradford, sound reissue|
|The Fall of the Romanoffs||1917|
|Anna Christie||1930/I||music: "Flocons de Neige" - uncredited|
|Tumbleweeds||1925||sound effects editor - 1939 re-issue|
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