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Fred Anderson

Despite as an “previous college” musician with regards to grounding and early affects, Fred Anderson was a founding person in the Association for the Advancement of Creative Music artists (AACM) and headed many AACM groups within the ’60s. Anderson acquired formally examined music theory and was highly inspired by Lester …

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MIMS

Born right into a Jamaican-American family members within the Washington Levels community of Manhattan, Shawn Mims was raised influenced with the rappers just south of him, in Harlem. Even though he dropped both parents by enough time he was 13, Mims centered on music (his mom had provided him his …

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Hymie Shertzer

b. Herman Schertzer, 2 Apr 1909, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 22 March 1977, NEW YORK, NY, USA. After playing alto saxophone in several bands around the brand new York region, Shertzer (whose family members name was Schertzer) became business lead alto for Benny Goodman. In 1938 he became a …

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Melvin Sparks

Although not an enormous name in jazz, Melvin Sparks brought his Offer Green-influenced electric guitar to a number of soul-jazz and organ combo recordings from the later ’60s and early ’70s. A fan of jazz in addition to R&B and blues, the Houston indigenous took up your guitar at 11, …

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Masahiko Togashi

b. 22 March 1940, Tokyo, Japan. A kid prodigy on violin and percussion, Togashi became a specialist drummer when hardly into his teenagers. He gained a good popularity in his homeland, using Sadao Watanabe amongst others and in addition led his very own small groups. By the end from the …

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Juke Boy Bonner

One-man rings weren’t too common around the postwar blues picture. Joe Hill Louis and Dr. Ross one thinks of as greats who plied their trade simply by their lonesome — therefore do Juke Boy Bonner, a Texan whose skill never really gained him much in the form of tangible incentive. …

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Sam Donahue

Sam Donahue was a well-respected tenor saxophonist in the swing period who, in several cases, nearly became famous, although he finished up fairly obscure. Donahue come up with his first music group in 1933 when he was simply 15, an clothing that he led for five years. His initial big-name …

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Mark Dinning

Mark Dinning will most likely continually be remembered for “Teenager Angel,” his teenage loss of life rock basic from 1960. The unfortunate ballad increased to the very best of the graphs within the U.S. In addition, it made quite the feeling within the U.K., where it managed to get into …

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Derek Watkins

An excellent veteran trumpeter from Britain, Derek Watkins amazingly led just two albums (1988’s Elevated Demand for MA Music and 1995’s On the Rainbow using the Brian Lemon Quartet in Zephyr/New Note) in his career. The kid and grandson of trumpeters, Watkins started playing trumpet himself when he was six. …

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Dick Damron

A local of Bentley, Alberta, Canada, Dick Damron did his hometown proud but hardly ever quite were able to produce waves beyond the Great Light North despite getting covered by many prominent nation singers. Created on March 22, 1934 within the faraway province of Alberta, Damron, like many Canadian nation …

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