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Eddie Bert


Eddie Bert had an extended profession in jazz and in the studios, managing to visit nearly unnoticed by basically his fellow music artists. An excellent and versatile soloist, Bert also performed a large component behind the moments, carrying out his parts quite capably in orchestras. Among his early educators had been fellow trombonists Benny Morton and Trummy Small. In 1940, when he was 18, Bert became a member of Sam Donahue’s Orchestra, and 2 yrs later slice his first single on record, “Shirt Jump,” with Crimson Norvo’s music group. Bert gigged using the orchestras of Charlie Barnet (1943) and Woody Herman, performed in a well-recorded City Hall concert with Norvo in 1944, where he was thoroughly featured and, following a stint within the armed service, he worked through the following 10 years with such orchestras as Herbie Areas, Stan Kenton (1947-1948 and 1950-1951), Benny Goodman (1948-1949), Woody Herman once again, and Les Elgart. From 1952-1955, Bert documented several dates like a innovator for Finding, Savoy, Jazztone, and Trans-World, displaying that he is actually a personable bop-based improviser in little groups, as well. He worked well and documented with Charles Mingus in past due 1955, rejoined Goodman in 1957, was area of the ensembles on the many Kilometers Davis/Gil Evans tasks, and performed with Thelonious Monk at his famous big music group concerts of 1959 and 1963. Furthermore to his considerable studio function, Bert was connected with Elliot Lawrence, Chubby Jackson, and once again with Mingus; he was section of Dick Cavett’s Television big music group from 1968-1972 and toured European countries using the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra. In 1976, he led an obscure work for the Danish Backbone label and afterwards headed periods for Molshajala (a duo record with bassist Steve Roane), Keybone, and Refreshing Sound (1987), furthermore to recording being a sideman with Lionel Hampton, Sal Salvador, and Teo Macero, amongst others. In 1997, Eddie Bert toured with T.S. Monk’s Monk on Monk ensemble. Bert passed away at his house in Danbury, Connecticut, in Sept 2012; he was 90 yrs . old.

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Full Name Eddie Bert
Died September 27, 2012, Danbury, Connecticut, United States
Profession Trombonist
Education Manhattan School of Music
Music Songs Stompin' at the Savoy, Crosstown, Bert Tram, One for Tubby, Billie's Bounce, Opicana, Three Bass Hit, I should' a said, It's Only Sunshine, See you later, Manhattan Suite, What D'ya say, Tropical Scandal, Ellington/Strayhorn Medley, Bronx Line, Conversation Piece, Little Train, He Ain't Got Rhythm, Interwoven, Wilmington Wiggle, At Playland, Le Corbeau de Chavignol, Blues At Sunrise, Ripples, Fuguein' Around, Goonight My Love, Good Queen Bess, Skeetie, Atlas Peak, Moon and Sand, Falling in Love All Over Again, About Town
Albums Musician of the Year, Like Cool, Let's Dig Bert, Crosstown, Holiday For Jazz, Skeleton of the Band, Eddie Bert: Studio 102 Essentials, I Hear Music Modern Music, The Human Factor, The Compositions Of Bobby Scott, Encore, Kaleidoscope, Al Cohn And His "Charlie's Tavern" Ensemble, Modern Moods (feat. Hank Jones / Barry Galbraith / Oscar Pettiford / Jerome Richardson) [Remastered 2016], Jazz Collection, The Bert Tram, Essential Jazz Masters, Master of the Trombone

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