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Don Albert

b. Albert Dominique, 5 August 1908, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, d. January 1980, San Antonio, Tx, USA. Albert started playing trumpet as a kid, pursuing in the footsteps of his uncle, Natty Dominique. Albert performed in several rings in his city, including parade rings, and in other areas from the …

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Don Albert

Albert Dominique, the nephew of illustrious New Orleans jazz story Natty Dominique, changed his name to Don Albert and also had as very much regarding the Tx jazz picture picture seeing that he did using the property of swamps and gumbo. non-etheless, a few records in one of his solos …

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Willie Bryant

Willie Bryant was significant to music twice in his profession, as the first choice of the talented big music group during 1935-38 so that as a favorite MC and disk jockey in the 1950’s. He was raised in Chicago and attempted unsuccessfully to understand the trumpet. Bryant started his profession …

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Kid Howard

Listening to files featuring Child Howard could be very irritating because his alcoholism resulted in some very erratic playing. Howard began playing drums when he was 14, gigged with Chris Kelly (who provided him cornet lessons), and just a little afterwards switched completely to cornet and finally trumpet. He proved …

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Henry “Red” Allen

Among the last fun new Orleans trumpeters to emerge through the post-Louis Armstrong period, Henry “Crimson” Allen is definitely overshadowed by Satch and his successors but actually had a brand new new strategy of his own to provide. Allen sounded contemporary no real matter what the placing as well as …

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Al Morgan

Upon being accepted beyond the Pearly Gates, hardly confirmed considering their typical life-style, recently deceased bassists snoop around from cloud to cloud hoping to determine where Al Morgan hangs out. He might have been the best bassist in music background, a minimum of if this kind of judgment had been …

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