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Manhattan Projects

A jazz lineup of among the better musicians within the design, Stanley Clarke (b), Lenny White (d), Wayne Shorter (sax), and Michelle Petrucianni (p) each is extremely highly acclaimed music artists and they continue steadily to prove it to everyone.

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Henri Texier

Henri Texier can be an exceptional French bassist that has concentrated the majority of his activity in his local land. Blessed in Paris, Texier started his profession at age group 15 playing piano in nightclubs, but he shortly turned to bass to be able to play in the big music …

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Damon Brown

b. 24 Dec 1965, Manchester, Lancashire, Britain. An experienced trumpeter, Brown analyzed at London’s Guildhall College of Music and Episode. Although centred in jazz, his affects and his repertoire screen his knowing of many types of music: traditional, pop, modern dance, reggae, spirit. Among performers and groupings with whom he …

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Harold Ousley

Although Harold Ousley isn’t a large name within the jazz world and it has only documented sporadically like a leader, the hard bop/soul-jazz musician has backed some main jazz artists over time. Ousley (who’s mainly a tenor saxophonist but offers performed the flute as another instrument) was created in Chicago …

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Harvey Wainapel

A product from the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA area, Harvey Wainapel established himself among the most appealing and versatile jazz saxophonists of his generation; mainly known for his prowess over the soprano, he also demonstrated an excellent alto and tenor participant. After getting his early schooling on the Berklee University …

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Harold Alexander

Skilled saxophonist and flutist whose early and middle-’70s albums for Traveling Dutchman and Atlantic combined originals, spirit/jazz and R&B effectively. Alexander was a far more powerful soloist on flute; the 1971 discharge ARE YOU SET contained great remakes of “REARFOOT Sneakers” and “Watermelon Guy,” and was documented on the Montreux …

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Hampton Hawes

Hampton Hawes was among the finest jazz pianists from the 1950s, a fixture around the Los Angeles picture who also brought his own interpretations towards the dominant Bud Powell design. In the middle- to past due ’40s, he used Sonny Criss, Dexter Gordon, and Wardell Grey, amongst others on Central …

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Hank Jones

The oldest from the Jones brothers, Hank Jones is a supreme accompanist and underrated soloist. He’s being among the most achieved sight visitors in jazz, and his versatility and sensitive design have held him extremely active cutting periods and employed in different groups and designs ranging from golf swing to …

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Gordon Brisker

An excellent tenor saxophonist who was simply an underrated journeyman throughout a lot of his profession, Gordon Brisker was usually known for his dependability and adaptability. Given birth to in Cincinnati, Ohio on November 6, 1937, he began playing piano as a kid, so when he was an adolescent he …

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Cannonball Adderley

Among the great alto saxophonists, Cannonball Adderley had an exuberant and happy audio that communicated immediately to listeners. His smart display of his music (frequently detailing what he and his music artists were likely to play) helped make him perhaps one of the most well-known of most jazzmen. Adderley currently …

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