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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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Rex Stewart

Rex Stewart achieved his biggest glory inside a subsidiary part, performing cornet 11 years in the Duke Ellington Orchestra. His popular “speaking” design and half-valve results had been exploited brilliantly by countless Ellington items containing ideal passages customized to display Stewart’s audio. He played inside a forceful, gripping way that …

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Red Nichols

Overrated in European countries in the first ’30s when his details (however, not those of his black colored contemporaries) were accessible and then later on underrated and frequently unfairly known as a Bix imitator, Crimson Nichols was actually among the finest cornetists to emerge in the ’20s. A specialist improviser …

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Ray Wonder

Swedish pop band Ray Wonder shaped in Umea in the first ’90s, comprising vocalist/guitarist Henrik Andersson (ex-Komeda), bassist Toft Stade (ex-Shredhead), drummer Per Helin (ex-Puffin), and guitarist Ludvig. It had taken the group 8 weeks to create an album’s worthy of of materials; Pele Henricsson (Stade’s stepfather) provided his studio …

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Max Tundra

Warmly beloved with a devoted few, yet undeniably an acquired taste as well esoteric for mass consumption, the music that Londoner Ben Jacobs makes beneath the name Max Tundra is dizzyingly dense, labyrinthine, and hyperactive, yet at exactly the same time absolutely effervescent, sunny, and enthusiastic about melody. As a …

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Max Kaminsky

Potential Kaminsky was a trusted Dixieland player who was simply featured on many periods with Eddie Condon’s gang in the 1940s and ’50s. He performed in early stages in Boston and was a experienced of 1920s Chicago, where he gigged with Bud Freeman, Frank Teschemacher, and Condon. Shifting to NY …

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Mary Lou Williams

To state that Mary Lou Williams had an extended and productive profession can be an understatement. Although for many years she was categorised as jazz’s greatest feminine musician (and you have to admire what will need to have been a non-stop fight against sexism), she’d have been regarded as a …

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Kay Starr

A good jazz vocalist whose early recordings tended to end up being forgotten after her ascendancy in to the business sphere through the mid-’50s, Kay Starr was one of the primary pop performers to capitalize within the “rock and roll trend” with her 1955 novelty “Stone Waltz.” Her biggest strike …

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Scott Joplin

Scott Joplin was “the Ruler of Ragtime Authors,” a composer who elevated “banjo piano taking part in,” a lowly entertainment connected with saloons and brothels, into an American talent loved by hundreds of thousands. Born in Tx in either 1867 or 1868, Joplin grew up in Texarkana, the child of …

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Tubby Hayes

Among England’s best jazz musicians from the 1950s and ’60s, Tubby Hayes was an excellent hard bop stylist on tenor and occasionally vibes and flute. A specialist at 15, Hayes used Kenny Baker and in the best rings of Ambrose, Vic Lewis, and Jack port Parnell during 1951-1955. He led …

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