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Benny Golson

Benny Golson is really a talented composer/arranger whose tenor taking part in offers continued to evolve as time passes. After going to Howard University or college (1947-1950) he worked well in Philadelphia with Bull Moose Jackson’s R&B music group (1951) at the same time when it included one of is …

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Ollie Jones

Mixed into one oversized risk of a songwriter, some might contact it a “du-ollie-ity,” Ollie Jones published adorable pop songs for Perry Como but years later on choked out game titles such as for example “Impaled” and “Murder at heart,” not forgetting the feared and presumably messy “Bathroom Autopsy.” In …

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Shafi Hadi

A soulful, good tenor and alto saxophonist within an R&B, bebop, and really difficult bop mode, the former Curtis Porter had a limited period within the limelight mainly using Charles Mingus in the later ’50s. His shiny, spirited solos, which mixed bebop and blues affects, were highlighted on such Mingus …

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