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Walter Bolden

Following studies in the Julius Hartt Classes of Music in his city of Hartford, drummer Walter Bolden kicked off his professional job having a choice gig, burning well-known tenor saxophonist Stan Getz. The work came about in a fashion that every great local participant daydreams about: Getz found Hartford a …

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George Clarke

Lots of the sidemen from the start of Jimmie Lunceford vanished with out a trace, as though that they had wandered in to the wrong corridor of Kansas City’s meat-packing sector. Reed participant George Clarke can be an exemption; his wonderful tenor saxophone and flute playing are a number of …

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Derek Smith

A jazz pianist noted for his versatility and elegance, Derek Smith was created August 17, 1931, in London, Britain. After taking on the piano in early child years, he started his professional profession at age simply 14, and by the first ’50s was a staple within the U.K. jazz picture, …

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Charlie Persip

A fantastic drummer both in big rings and combos, Charli Persip changed his name from Charlie in the first ’80s. He previously early encounter playing locally in NJ and with Tadd Dameron (1953), but obtained his initial acknowledgement for his use Dizzy Gillespie’s big music group and quintet (1953-1958). In …

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Grady Tate

Grady Tate is certainly renowned being a program drummer extraordinaire, a specialist in the usage of the rim shot for syncopating purposes; valued for his generating, pushing, or simple coaxing from the defeat. Yet he in addition has shown a warm, versatile, rhythmically agile baritone tone of voice, which, within …

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Don Butterfield

When Don Butterfield puts straight down his tuba to tremble hands with an admirer, he understands he is conference someone who loves to browse the liner notes and credits about jazz albums. In any other case, nobody has heard about him. These people, a species occasionally referred to as “men …

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Stan Hope

As a young child we were young in Atlantic Town, Stan Wish and his close friends would climb the roofing from the building across in the club where in fact the Count Basie Orchestra was using. Hearing Basie’s music group which boasted, amongst others, Lester Youthful, Buck Clayton, and Freddie …

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Nancy Marano

Raised within a musical family (her pops was a pianist and her mother a singer), jazz vocalist Nancy Marano began monitoring music young. First studying traditional piano with her dad, then using a instructor from Juilliard, Marano ultimately started developing her tone of voice as well, motivated by such renowned …

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