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Charlie Gaines

The senior person in the swinging Gaines family was a trumpeter, occasionally dabbling on trombone, who played a component in lots of high points from the ’20s and ’30s music scene such as for example recordings with Fatty acids Waller and touring using the illustrious Hot Chocolates revue. The approach …

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John Nesbitt

Although a good trumpet soloist, John Nesbitt was even more significant as an arranger during his fairly brief life. He obtained experience using Lillian Jones’ Jazz Hounds and Amanda Randolph. Nesbitt was connected with McKinney’s Natural cotton Pickers from 1925-31 (its important years). He was on all the Natural cotton …

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Dave Brubeck

In the 1950s and ’60s, few American jazz artists were as influential, and fewer still were as popular, as Dave Brubeck. At the same time when the cooler noises of West Coastline jazz begun to dominate the general public face from the music, Brubeck demonstrated there is an viewers for …

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Hilton Ruiz

Jazz pianist Hilton Ruiz was a musician of uncommon flexibility, shuttling seamlessly between your complex improvisations from the avant-garde as well as the relentless rhythms of Afro-Cuban music. Blessed in NEW YORK on, may 29, 1952, Ruiz was a kid prodigy who performed at Carnegie Recital Hall at age group …

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Wingy Manone

Wingy Manone was a fantastic Dixieland trumpeter whose jivey vocals were well-known and somewhat similar to his modern, Louis Prima. He previously lost his correct arm inside a streetcar incident when he was ten, but Manone (who Joe Venuti once offered one cuff hyperlink for a Xmas present) never were …

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George Winston

Self-described “rural folk piano” player George Winston was among the initial and most effective proponents from the genre of modern instrumental music later on dubbed modern. Although created in Michigan in 1949, he grew up mainly in Montana, the intense seasonal adjustments he experienced there later on significantly influencing the …

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Thomas Morris

A primitive but frequently effective cornet soloist, Thomas Morris (the uncle of pianist Marlowe Morris) produced a number of records through the 1923-27 period although his design was considered quite dated following the rise of Louis Armstrong. Morris was located in New York right from the start from the 1920s. …

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Herb Flemming

Plant Flemming was among the jazz genre’s most well-traveled performers from your historic start from the American music picture. His actual name was in fact Niccolaiih El-Michelle, therefore he really was providing typographers something of the break by switching to Flemming using its questionable quota from the notice “m” — …

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Miff Mole

For an interval in the 1920s, Miff Mole was (before the introduction of Jack Teagarden) the innovative trombonist in jazz. He previously gained a solid reputation using the initial Memphis Five (beginning in 1922) and his many recordings with Crimson Nichols during 1926-1927 discovered him taking uncommon period jumps with …

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Red Richards

b. Charles Coleridge Richards, 19 Oct 1912, Brooklyn, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 12 March 1998, NEW YORK, NY, USA. After playing traditional piano as a kid, Richards was relocated to carefully turn to jazz after hearing Fat Waller. He performed around the town of his delivery for quite some …

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