Among the finest trombonists from the 1980s and ’90s, Steve Turre also introduced the conch shells to jazz. Following a short period on violin, he turned to trombone when he was ten. Turre proved helpful locally from age group 13, used Rahsaan Roland Kirk on / off from 1968, documented with Santana in 1970, and in 1972 toured with Ray Charles. Turre got many different musical experiences within the ’70s including travels with Artwork Blakey’s Jazz Messengers as well as the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra (both in 1973), a chance to play trombone and electrical bass frequently with Chico Hamilton (1974-1976), and documenting with Woody Shaw and Rahsaan Roland Kirk. Kirk motivated Turre to try out spectacular shells, and his capability to obtain a wide variety of clear shades is quite amazing. After this time, Turre toured with McCoy Tyner, Dexter Gordon, Slide Hampton, Poncho Sanchez, Hilton Ruiz, and Tito Puente, amongst others. In 1987, he became a member of Dizzy Gillespie’s US Orchestra, and he also performed frequently with Lester Bowie’s Brass Illusion, the Leaders, as well as the Timeless All-Stars. Turre performed along with his Sanctified Shells (an organization offering four trombonists doubling on shells, trumpeter E.J. Allen, bass, drums, and many percussionists) on the 1995 Monterey Jazz Celebration and has documented as a head for Stash, Antilles, Verve, and Telarc. Rainbow People, documented in 2007 at Knoop Studios in NJ, made an appearance in 2008 from Highnote Information. Mouth watering and Delightful implemented this year 2010. In early 2012, Turre noticed his longstanding ambition to lower a tribute towards the past due Woody Shaw, whose street and recording rings he had used for eight years, from 1981-1989. The record, Woody’s Delight, highlighted the abilities of alternating trumpets players Wallace Roney, Jon Faddis, Alfredo “Chocolate” Armenteros, and Claudio Roditi; in addition, it introduced a fresh star for the horn, 23-year-old Freddie Hendrix. In the summertime of 2013, Turre released The Bone fragments of Artwork, an record that showcased a multi-trombone frontline made up of himself, Frank Lacy, Robin Eubanks, and Steve Davis.
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