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Billy Mitchell

A hard-swinging tenor saxophonist (who’s no regards to the crossover keyboardist from the same name), Billy Mitchell produced his mark in a number of settings. He proved helpful in Detroit with Nat Towles’ music group and in the past due ’40s, he used Lucky Millinder’s Orchestra in NY. In 1949, …

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Bob Miles

Fusion/post-bop/light-jazz composer and saxophonist who recorded an record for the Optimism label in the mid-80s. He resurfaced in 2003 leading a fresh time, Ancestral Spirits, for the Bed linens of Sound label.

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Paul Vornhagen

Paul Vornhagen is situated in Ann Arbor, MI, but his five albums like a innovator and live times around the united states have sparked fascination with the classic-jazz-based tenor saxophonist (he also takes on the flute and sings). His music group contains trumpeter Jimmy Make, pianists Phil Kelly and Rick …

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Stan Getz

Among the all-time great tenor saxophonists, Stan Getz was referred to as “The Audio” because he previously perhaps one of the most beautiful shades have you ever heard. Getz, whose primary early impact was Lester Youthful, turned out to be a major impact himself, also to his credit he hardly …

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Allan Botschinsky

A mellow-toned trumpeter influenced by Mls Davis but having his very own musical character, Allan Botschinsky continues to be using professional in European countries for over 50 years. His family members played traditional music and his dad was a specialist bassoonist. Botschinsky began around the trumpet at age group 11 …

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Grant Stewart

Toronto native Give Stewart is really a hard-swinging tenor saxophonist steeped within the jazz tradition. Introduced to jazz by his part-time jazz guitarist dad, Stewart was raised hearing such famous saxophonists as Charlie Parker, Wardell Grey, among others. By his early teenagers, Stewart had currently found performance encounter with such …

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Hadley Caliman

West Coastline saxophonist and flutist most widely known for his rousing solos on Santana’s Caravanserai discharge. He in addition has contributed to various other schedules by Todd Cochran as well as other fusion/jazz-rock/rock and roll players. He’s also released several albums of differing distinction.

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George Freeman

Jazz guitarist George Freeman may be the least prominent of his famous family members from Chicago, primarily because he stayed house and was a breadwinner for his wife and kids. Nonetheless, Freeman continues to be an important person in the Chi-Town soul-jazz motion that helped foment that design. In his …

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Brew Moore

Brew Moore once stated that “Anyone who doesn’t play like Lester Small is wrong,” a viewpoint he followed throughout his profession. In the first ’50s, he documented on a program with fellow tenors Stan Getz, Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, and Allan Keen; at that time, each of them sounded similar. …

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Tina Brooks

Tina Brooks had a short-lived profession through the heyday of hard bop and didn’t record going back 12 years of his existence. Nonetheless, his personal information and his classes with Freddie Hubbard, Jackie McLean, Freddie Redd, Jimmy Smith, and Kenny Burrell keep the impression that he was on his method …

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