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Robert Henderson

Inside a city where mysterious, undiscovered jazz obscurities outnumber even sites claiming to really have the best Chinese barbecued duck, or steak and cheese sandwiches, arranger Robert Henderson’s main difference appears to have been obtaining a credit for laughing. To learn whether this laughter was his, captured by remote control …

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Ulf Johansson

Respectable in Scandinavian jazz circles, Ulf Johansson is a swing and bop pianist/trombonist would you some singing occasionally. Johansson was created in Lovanger, Sweden, in 1956, but transferred to Uppsala when he was seven and was raised there. In 1978, Johansson was honored a scholarship to review jazz on the …

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Nate Wiley

A hard-blowing, gritty tenor saxman that has played around Philadelphia because the 1950s, Nate Wiley doesn’t consider himself a jazz musician and prefers to contact his earthy soul-jazz “liquor-drinking music.” However in reality, Wiley is very much indeed a jazz improviser — although an extremely available one with solid blues …

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Pete Souders

A difficult bop saxman located in Philadelphia, Pete Souders has owned Ortleib’s Jazz Haus–one from the city’s top jazz clubs–since 1987 and has shared his bandstand with such accomplished Philadelphians as Shirley Scott, Mickey Roker and Bobby Durham (most of whom possess played the golf club regularly). Souders was created …

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Jesse Jones, Jr.

Although Jesse Jones is a professional musician because the middle-1960’s, he didn’t have his initial possibility to lead his own record date until he had been 52. When he is at the sixth quality, Jones was presented with a C-melody saxophone by his mom and he quickly discovered the instrument, …

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Eduardo Tancredi

Given birth to in Uruguay close to the Brazilian border, Eduardo Tancredi was raised speaking both Spanish and Portuguese and learned early how exactly to absorb the impact of different civilizations. His musical education also began early when the traditional research that he started at age group six blended with …

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Bobby King

Not to end up being confused using the past due R&B singer from the same name, Bobby Ruler is a superb, though underexposed, jazz reedman/pianist that has played a number of instruments and may handle outside and inside playing similarly well. The L.A. indigenous moved around a whole lot over …

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Robert “Brother Ah” Northern

A rare jazz France horn participant and soloist, Robert North aka Sibling Ah was among the busiest program musicians from the ’50s and ’60s. He proved helpful and documented with many jazz stars, included in this Donald Byrd, John Coltrane, Gil Evans, Sunlight Ra, Gil Evans, McCoy Tyner, Rahsaan Roland …

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Dan Buegeleisen

Jazz musician Dan Buegeleisen played trumpet for many a few months in Japan before settling straight down in LA. There he created an affinity for Latin music, while also executing with jazz musician Les McCann and adding in the studio room on tasks for Clarence Paul, a manufacturer associated with …

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Frank Tiberi

Frank Tiberi offers spent so enough time being a sideman and finally the leader from the Woody Herman Orchestra that it’s often forgotten that he previously a lengthy profession a long time before joining Herman. Tiberi 1st began playing locally as a kid in 1936 and he was a part …

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