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Tubby Hayes

Among England’s best jazz musicians from the 1950s and ’60s, Tubby Hayes was an excellent hard bop stylist on tenor and occasionally vibes and flute. A specialist at 15, Hayes used Kenny Baker and in the best rings of Ambrose, Vic Lewis, and Jack port Parnell during 1951-1955. He led …

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John Schroeder

Arranger/conductor/maker John Schroeder wrote lots 1 U.K. strike for British vocalist Helen Shapiro (“Walkin’ Back again to Joy”) in the first ’60s, made the very first licensing offer for Motown item on English shores, and created Seems Orchestral, which experienced a high Ten strike on both edges from the Atlantic …

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Roy Bailey

Roy Bailey offers played a seminal part in the development of Uk folk music for a lot more than four years. Having released his profession in 1958 mainly because a member of the skiffle music group, Bailey has continuing to perform like a soloist, so when leader from the Music …

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Rob McConnell

Though it was usually a part-time venture (functioning maybe thirty days per year, counting an annual recording), Rob McConnell’s Boss Brass was among the finest big bands from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s. A fantastic soloist, McConnell performed valve trombone in Toronto (both in the studios and in jazz configurations) …

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George Grossmith, Jr.

b. 11 Might 1874, London, Britain, d. 6 June 1935, London, Britain. Pursuing in the footsteps of his dad, George Grossmith Snr. , he was initially within the London stage in Haste To THE MARRIAGE (1882), a musical play compiled by his dad in cooperation with W.S. Gilbert. Through the …

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Alexander Mackenzie

One can end up being forgiven for not recognizing the name of composer Sir Alexander Campbell Mackenzie. He was championed by one of the biggest violin virtuosos (and composers) from the nineteenth hundred years, acquired commissions from a few of the most esteemed celebrations in the United kingdom Isles, and …

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