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Serge Chaloff

Serge Chaloff was the leading baritone saxophonist from the bop period, his fiery, active improvisations restoring the device to prominence some weeks before the introduction of Gerry Mulligan. Chaloff was created in Boston on November 24, 1923. His dad was a pianist using the Boston Symphony Orchestra while his mom, …

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Lloyd Trotman

b. 25 Might 1923, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Lloyd and elder sibling Ernie discovered music at college and continued to more complex research at both New Britain Conservatory and their dad’s personal Music Enthusiasts’ College of Music. Lloyd performed the dual bass and, influenced by Slam Stewart and Jimmy Blanton, started …

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Charlie Mariano

Charlie Mariano’s profession can easily become split into two stages. In early stages he was a fixture in Boston, using Shorty Sherock (1948), Nat Pierce (1949-1950), and his very own groupings. After gigging using a music group co-led by Chubby Jackson and Costs Harris, Mariano toured with Stan Kenton’s Orchestra …

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