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Ruby Braff

Among the great golf swing/Dixieland cornetists, Ruby Braff experienced long stretches of his profession unable to get function because his music was considered out-of-fashion, but his fortunes improved from the 1970s. An extremely expressive participant who in old age liked to create his solos up to low notice, Braff’s playing …

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Marshall Royal

For near twenty years — from the first ’50s until 1970 — the feature sax audio of Count number Basie’s big music group was topped from the obvious, vibrating business lead alto of Marshall Royal. Royal was, by all accounts, a reliable swing-based soloist, but his power was initially and …

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Scott Hamilton

When Scott Hamilton appeared within the mid-’70s completely formed with an attractive swing style in tenor (mixing jointly Zoot Sims and Ben Webster), he triggered a minor feeling, for few various other young players through the fusion era were exploring pre-bop jazz at his advanced. He started playing when he …

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Dennis Irwin

Bassist Dennis Irwin was a fixture of NEW YORK jazz for over three years, playing on a lot more than 500 LPs including periods headlined by Artwork Blakey, John Scofield, and Joe Lovano. Delivered in Birmingham, AL on November 28, 1951, Irwin was raised in Atlanta and Knoxville — his …

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Warren Vaché

Many years before Wynton Marsalis gained headlines for assisting to revive hard bop, Warren Vache (alongside Scott Hamilton) was one of the few youthful jazz musicians who have been reviving small-group swing. Vache, who usually had a lovely tone along with a chance-taking design, is the child of an excellent …

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Joe Cocuzzo

b. Joseph G. Cocuzzo, 17 Sept 1937, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Elevated in a family group of enthusiastic novice musicians, Cocuzzo started playing drums as a little child. He later on studied thoroughly, and played in lots of bands around his city. In the past due 50s, now surviving in Chicago, …

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Jake Hanna

An excellent drummer equally relaxed driving a large band or performing in little mainstream combos, Jake Hanna was a solid asset to some many sessions. He began playing locally in Boston and caused Toshiko Akiyoshi (1957), Maynard Ferguson (1958), because the home drummer at Storyville in Boston, with Marian McPartland …

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Chu Berry

Chu Berry was considered among the best tenor saxophonists from the 1930s, just underneath Coleman Hawkins (his primary impact), Lester Teen, and Ben Webster. Especially solid on up-tempo quantities (although his ballad claims could be excessively sentimental), Berry may have become an important force if he previously not passed away …

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Bill Perkins

One of the “coolest” from the West Coast tenor players from the 1950s, Bill Perkins in old age became a little influenced by John Coltrane and modernized his design in an individual way. A versatile and flexible musician who also performed baritone, alto, soprano, and flute, Perkins was best-known for …

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