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Jeff Clayton

A talented altoist whose audio sometimes comes quite near that of Cannonball Adderley, Jeff Clayton has played in a multitude of settings, mostly within the LA area (although in the past due ’90s he relocated towards the East Coastline). He teamed up along with his sibling, bassist John Clayton, because …

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Frank Morgan

It is a genuine rarity for any jazz musician to get his profession interrupted for any 30-yr period and have the ability to create a complete return. Frank Morgan demonstrated significant amounts of guarantee in his start, nonetheless it was quite a while before he could fulfill his potential. The …

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Larry Nozero

Alto saxophonist and flutist influenced by bop and classical. He’s similar to Richie Cole and Frankie Wess, and obviously in their group.

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Chico Álvarez

Whether fronting his personal music group, hosting one of is own radio shows, creating a documentary, developing album addresses, or composing liner notes and content articles about essential Latin music artists, Chico Álvarez pays off almost just as much focus on Cuban-American music simply because Fidel Castro did to residing …

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Ken Hanna

Much less well-known because the toon group of Hanna-Barbera, the group of Hanna and Kenton were in charge of an enormous pile of big-band arrangements and recordings. Producing his status in no little way by showing and motivating the intensifying jazz functions of youthful composers and arrangers, bandleader Stan Kenton …

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Bill Russo

b. William Joseph Russo Jnr., 25 June 1928, Chicago, Illinois, USA, d. 11 January 2003, Chicago, Illinois, USA. After intensive studies in organizing, Russo had written for Lennie Tristano and in addition occasionally performed trombone. Among the first musicians to business lead a rehearsal music group (Test In Jazz), his …

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Bob Gordon

Bob Gordon was an excellent West Coastline bop-oriented baritonist. He used Shorty Sherock (1946), Alvino Rey’s Orchestra (1948-1951), and Billy May (1952) before getting an in-demand program participant for jazz schedules with famous brands Shelly Manne, Maynard Ferguson, Chet Baker, Clifford Dark brown (1954), Shorty Rogers, Tal Farlow, and Stan …

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Dick Kenney

Among a coterie of effective big-band trombonists influenced by Costs Harris, Dick Kenney hailed in the governmental middle of NY condition but couldn’t wait around to access the jazz middle once his chops were jointly. Cello have been his initial ax, nonetheless it was being a trombonist that he experienced …

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Robert F. Graettinger

The relatively small output lately big band-era composer and jazz arranger Robert Frederick Graettinger continues to be likened to the task of cutting-edge classical composers such as for example Charles Ives and Edgar Varèse. Created in Ontario, California, Graettinger researched in the Westlake College of Music in LA, and worked …

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David Williams

Williams is most likely best-known for his long stint with pianist Cedar Walton, but he’s also used a great many other famous jazz performers, including drummer Beaver Harris, flugelhornist Chuck Mangione, and vocalist Vanessa Rubin. Williams analyzed with Ron Carter while in his 20s. He caused Harris in NEW YORK …

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