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Tag Archives: 1940s – 1960s

Marino Pinto

With an increase of than 300 compositions, Marino Pinto left his tag in Brazilian popular music through hits recorded by lots of the best interpreters of his period. At 11, Pinto had written his first music, “Ilka.” At 13, he became a frequenter from the Rádio Philips. Producing acquaintance along …

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Otília Amorim

Her performing debut is at 1910, in Alberto Botelho’s film Vida carry out Barão carry out Rio Branco. Within the next season, he proved helpful as chorister in the revue Peço a Palavra (Teatro Carlos Gomes, Rio). Carrying on to function in the movie theater, she visited European countries in …

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Icaínara

Icaínara, also known in her period (early 20th hundred years) from the racist nickname Bugrinha, was a famous dancer and vocalist who also promoted the maxixe (genre precursor from the samba as well as the choro) in the high-class circles. She was pointed out by Lima Barreto in his posthumous …

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Joe Dolny

Not to end up being confused using the Joe Dolny who has drums with enough time, this Joe Dolny did twice duty being a trumpeter and arranger, his stylistic passions including Italian music and big rings. As an instrumentalist he performed jazz in the ’40s with, amongst others, drummer Pal …

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Billy Johnson

Tenor and alto saxophonist Billy Johnson hailed from Tx, recording with performers such as spirit belter LaVern Baker and R&B bandleaders Jimmy Liggins and Floyd Dixon. He’s not similar performer as the saxophonist William Johnson who composed “Tuxedo Junction,” although he most likely wished he was since that melody was …

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Bud Brewster

When guitarists discuss understanding how to play the banjo, it’s quite common to hear an instant admission of disappointment accompanied by confessions of dread at never having the ability to grasp the hard, beastly “five-banger.” This is false for Bud Brewster, the youngest person in Knoxville, TN’s musical Brewster Brothers, …

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Benny Moten

No regards to Kansas Town pianist-bandleader Bennie Moten, Benny Moten was a good and supportive bassist for many years. He began significantly playing appropriately in 1941 and Moten’s many musical organizations included Hot Lip area Web page, Jerry Jerome, Henry “Crimson” Allen (1942-49 and on / off during 1955-65), Eddie …

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Don Cinderella

In a story book version of jazz, every instrumental soloist could have a sibling who performs bass, tuned in by instinct and prepared to follow every creative move as though joined on the hip. A few of these romantic relationships do actually can be found, not merely in jazz, to …

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Bill Graham

Of all jazzmen named Bill Graham who aren’t linked to either the Fillmore East promoter or the minister from the same name, the reed participant from Kansas City may be the one using the lengthiest profession & most humongous pile of edges to his credit. He’s also an undesired guy …

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Merle Shelton

Merle Shelton had an excellent music lineage, as the sibling of Joe and Bob Shelton (co-authors with Sid Robin of 1927’s of “BECAUSE”) and a previous person in the Shelton Brothers Music group in the ’40s. He spent the majority of his profession like a sideman, and everything in the …

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