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Creed Taylor

Creed Taylor is most beneficial known for his CTI label from the 1970s, but he continues to be important within the jazz documenting industry for a long time. He performed trumpet in early stages before becoming the top of A&R at Bethlehem Information in 1954. Taylor was at Bethlehem during …

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Joe Farrell

Joe Farrell’s CTI albums of 1970-1976, which combined jointly his hard bop design with some pop and fusion components, produced him briefly well-liked by listeners unfamiliar with his previous work. Farrell started playing clarinet when he was 11 and, after graduating from the School of Illinois in 1959, he transferred …

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Jackie & Roy

Vocalist Jackie Cain (given birth to Might 22, 1928, Milwaukee, WI) and vocalist/pianist Roy Kral (given birth to Oct 10, 1921, Chicago, IL) first joined causes in 1946, and in 1996 they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary like a vocal duo. Jackie & Roy had been with Charlie Ventura’s music …

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Jack DeJohnette

At his best, Jack DeJohnette is among the most consistently inventive jazz percussionists extant. DeJohnette’s design is wide-ranging, however while with the capacity of playing convincingly in virtually any contemporary idiom, he generally keeps a well-defined tone of voice. DeJohnette includes a extremely fluid romantic relationship to pulse. His timing …

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Idris Muhammad

A fantastic drummer who appeared in lots of types of configurations, Idris Muhammad became a specialist when he was 16. He performed primarily spirit and R&B during 1962-1964 and spent 1965-1967 as an associate of Lou Donaldson’s music group. He was the home drummer at Prestige Information (1970-1972), showing up …

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Bob Malach

Michael Brecker-styled saxophonist, veteran studio room participant and sideman. Caused fusion groupings, Horace Silver, modern neo-bop combos.

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Bob James

Bob Adam’ recordings possess practically defined pop/jazz and crossover in the past couple of decades. Very inspired by pop and film music, James provides often highlighted R&B-ish soloists (especially Grover Washington, Jr.) who put in a jazz contact to what is actually an instrumental pop place. He actually began in …

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Stanley Turrentine

A legend from the tenor saxophone, Stanley Turrentine was renowned for his distinctively thick, rippling tone, an earthy grounding within the blues, and his capability to work a groove with spirit and imagination. Turrentine documented in a multitude of configurations, but was best-known for his Blue Notice soul-jazz jams from …

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Grover Washington, Jr.

Probably one of the most popular saxophonists ever, Grover Washington, Jr. was very long the pacesetter in his field. His origins had been in R&B and soul-jazz body organ combos, but he also fared perfectly within the infrequent events when he performed straight-ahead jazz. An extremely influential participant, Washington forced …

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Russell Malone

An adept jazz guitarist having a clean assault and liquid, lyrical design, Russell Malone frequently plays inside a swinging, straight-ahead design weaving in components of blues, gospel, and R&B. Created in Albany, Georgia in 1963, Malone 1st began playing acoustic guitar around age group four on the toy device, quickly …

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