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Bob Havens

A good trombonist with strong techie skills along with a warm audio, Bob Havens has mainly been heard in Dixieland configurations over time. An all natural musician who originated from a musical family members, Havens performed violin and piano furthermore to trombone as a kid. He performed locally and found …

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George Wettling

Among the great Dixieland drummers, George Wettling’s capability to alertly transformation patterns at the rear of each soloist usually inspired another musicians to try out their finest. He was area of the Chicago jazz picture from the 1920s (where he transferred with his family members in 1921), and Baby Dodds …

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George Probert

Being a largely self-taught soprano saxophonist and occasional clarinetist, George Probert was among the younger players within the Dixieland revival rings from the 1950’s. Probert acquired important organizations with Bob Scobey (1950-53), Child Ory (1954) and specially the Firehouse Five Plus Two (from 1954 until their last record in 1969). …

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Buddy Childers

During his decade-plus stint because the lead trumpeter within the legendary big rings of Stan Kenton, Buddy Childers was the indomitable warhorse anchoring a few of the most progressive and challenging arrangements in every of jazz. Given birth to Marion Childers in St. Louis on Feb 12, 1926, he started …

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Bud Freeman

When Bud Freeman first matured, his was the only real strong alternative approach within the tenor towards the harder-toned design of Coleman Hawkins and he was an inspiration for Lester Small. Freeman, among the best tenors from the 1930s, was also mostly of the saxophonists (combined with the somewhat later …

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Bill Rank

Expenses Rank is most well-known for having participated on some basic recordings with Bix Beiderbecke and Frankie Trumbauer within the 1920’s. He started his professional profession in 1921, using Collins’ Jazz Music group in Florida and in Indianapolis within Tade Dolan’s Performing Orchestra. Rank became a member of Jean Goldkette’s …

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Tom Baker

b. John Thomas Baker, 9 Sept 1952, Oakdale, California, USA, d. 23 Oct 2001, holland. Baker first researched the piano, sang in the institution choir, with age 15 begun to play the trumpet. His family members shifted to Australia in 1973. He performed within the Ray Cost band and in …

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Brian White

Leader from the Magna Jazz Music group in London because the mid-’50s, Brian White colored is an excellent veteran clarinetist who also (alongside trumpeter Alan Gresty) was in charge of the rewarding tribute to Muggsy Spanier titled Muggsy Remembered; he offers recorded several common and rewarding CDs for Jazzology.

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Albert Burbank

A legendary clarinetist with fans of New Orleans jazz but in any other case somewhat overlooked, Albert Burbank (who had a lovely tone in his lower register) never really had a significant name but he generally worked steadily. He began playing clarinet significantly when he was 17, and in the …

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Brad Gowans

Brad Gowans had a colorful and flexible profession in prebop jazz, wanting to stretch out the boundaries from the music in uncommon methods. A multi-instrumentalist who was simply experienced on both reeds and brass, Gowans alternated in early stages between clarinet and valve trombone. He caused the Rhapsody Manufacturers Music …

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