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Clark Terry

Possessor from the happiest audio in jazz, flügelhornist Clark Terry always played music which was exuberant, swinging, and fun. An excellent (and incredibly exclusive) soloist, Terry obtained popularity for his “Mumbles” vocals (which began being a satire from the much less intelligible historic blues performers) and was also a keen …

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Red Holloway

An exuberant participant with attractive shades in both tenor and alto, Crimson Holloway was also a humorous blues vocalist. Whether bop, blues, or R&B, Holloway kept his very own with anyone. Holloway performed in Chicago with Gene Wright’s big music group (1943-1946), served within the Army, and used Roosevelt Sykes …

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