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Booty Wood

Another from the music artists who all excelled on mutes within the Ellington music group, Booty Hardwood provided humorous, effective, and exuberant trombone solos using the plunger, and many solid unmuted types. He started his professional profession in the past due ’30s and caused Tiny Bradshaw and Lionel Hampton in …

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Snooky Young

An excellent stylist from the trumpet, Eugene “Snooky” Teen was the absolute professional from the plunger mute, an immediately recognizable superstar with whomever he played. He was known to make his horn speak, shout, growl, and sigh along with his mutes, while generally swinging irresistibly. Yet Teen made his popularity …

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