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Jack Nimitz

Although he has already established an extended and productive career, Jack Nimitz is definitely underrated, not obtaining a opportunity to lead his own record program until a 1995 set for Fresh Sound, when he had been 65. He began around the clarinet when he was 12, switching to alto 2 …

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Joe Romano

An excellent bop-based soloist, Joe Romano is definitely underrated. He previously many stints with Woody Herman’s orchestra from 1956 before early 1970s. Romano documented in early stages with baritone horn participant Gus Mancuso (1957), caused Chuck Mangione’s Jazz Brothers in the first ’60s and was with Sam Noto for an …

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Charlie Ventura

An excellent swing-oriented tenor saxophonist, Ventura is best-remembered for his attempt at popularizing bebop through the tail end from the music’s mid- to past due-’40s heyday. Given birth to Charles Venturo, he originated from a big, musically inclined family members. His first device was C-melody sax. He turned to alto …

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Klaus Weiss

German drummer Klaus Weiss appeared in organizations numerous American expatriates in addition to leading his personal rings in trio, quintet, sextet, and big-band configurations from your ’60s with the ’90s. Affected by such drummers as Big Sid Catlett and Friend Rich, Weiss started playing expertly at age group 16. His …

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Conte Candoli

Best-known because the trumpet section leader in Doc Severinsen’s Tonight Show Band, Conte Candoli was an excellent all-around jazz stylist many at home within the worlds of bop and Western Coast awesome jazz. Younger by four years than his likewise accomplished trumpet-playing sibling Pete, Conte was created Secondo Candoli in …

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Concord All Stars

The Concord All Stars, among the many spinoff organizations featuring ensembles culled using their roster, recorded in the 1981 North Sea Jazz Festival. These were presented on two quantities later that 12 months. The staff included Al Cohn, Cal Collins, Scott Hamiliton, Jake Hanna, Bob Maize, Dave McKenna, and Warren …

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Chubby Jackson

An excellent bassist, Chubby Jackson is best-known for his association with Woody Herman’s first two Herds from the mid- to later ’40s, where he functioned not merely in the tempo section but as a sort-of cheerleader whose vocal interjections actually pushed the music group. Although he began for the clarinet …

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Lori Andrews

The harp is rarely regarded as a jazz instrument, however in the 1990s Lori Andrews and Deborah Henson-Conant proved that their instrument isn’t limited to producing pretty backgrounds. Lori Andrews graduated from Temple School in 1979, performed frequently in Atlantic Town during 1980-1985, transferred to LA in 1985, and from …

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Arni Egilsson

A bassist who’s performed several sessions within the ’80s and ’90s, while building three albums being a leader for Internal Town, Anseus Music and Bay Metropolitan areas.

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Boyd Raeburn

Boyd Raeburn was under no circumstances a lot of a soloist, but his short-lived big rings within the mid-’40s included a few of the most advanced arrangements of that time period, particularly those of George Handy. Raeburn in fact began leading industrial orchestras within the 1930s, and it had been …

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