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Henry Lowther


b. Thomas Henry Lowther, 11 July 1941, Leicester, Britain. As a kid Lowther discovered trumpet from his dad and took personal violin lessons prior to going on to research with Manoug Parakian at London’s Royal Academy of Music. Inspired by resources as mixed as Indian music, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Ruler Oliver, Weather Record and the common White Band, through the middle-60s on he caused Mike Westbrook, the brand new Jazz Orchestra, Keef Hartley, John Mayall, Manfred Mann, Michael Garrick, Norma Winstone (in Advantage OF YOUR TIME), John Dankworth, Artwork Themen, Alan Jackson (within the outstanding Kinkade), Barbara Thompson (Jubiaba), John Stevens, Kenny Wheeler, Mike Gibbs, Tony Coe, John Surman, Gordon Beck, Gil Evans, John Taylor, the BBC Symphony Orchestra as well as the London Brass Virtuosi in addition to his own groupings, Quarternity and Group Noises Five. That list is certainly alone a testimony to Lowther’s flexibility and craftsmanship. In addition to playing trumpet, flügelhorn, cornet and violin Lowther provides constructed for jazz and orchestral groupings. A rare single album was finished in 1970 and released in the Deram Information label. In the first 90s Lowther shaped his own music group Stillwaters make it possible for him to pursue his desire for structure. The ensemble included bass participant Dave Green, drummer Paul Clarvis, pianist Pete Saberton and saxophonist Julian Argüelles, released an recording in 1998.

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Education Harrow School
Music Groups John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra
Music Songs So Many Roads, Hideaway, Puppet Song, Oh, Pretty Woman, The Mists of Time, Steppin' Out, All Your Love, Ramblin’ On My Mind, The Death of J. B. Lenoir, Double Crossing Time, 3/4 Skip, The Supernatural, The Stumble, Sitting in the Rain, They Call It Stormy Monday, Telephone Blues, Little Girl, You Don’t Love Me, Plaything, Snowy Wood, Parchman Farm, Grits Ain't Groceries, I'm Your Witch Doctor, Key to Love, Driving Sideways, Have You Heard, May Caf, Tears in My Eyes, Lonely Feelings, Stand Back Baby, Big Legged Woman, Ridin' on the L & N
Albums John Mayall Plays John Mayall, Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton, A Hard Road, Bare Wires, Looking Back, Wake Up Call, The 1982 Reunion Concert, Padlock on the Blues, 70th Birthday Concert, Live in 1967, Child Song, Silver Tones: The Best of John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers

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Flawless 2007 musician: trumpet
Capone's Boys 2002 musician: trumpet
Turtle Diary 1985 musician: trumpet soloist



Love for Sale 2006 Short Jazz Critic



Everybody Street 2013 Documentary writer: "Hot Tub"



John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers and Friends: 70th Birthday Concert 2003 Video Himself - Trumpet

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