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Eddy Louiss

Eddy Louiss has spent the majority of his profession leading his very own group in France, but twice has made particularly significant recordings, both in organ. He previously sung as an associate of the Increase Six (1961-1963), performed piano with Johnny Griffin within the middle-’60s, and proved helpful sometimes with …

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Frank Socolow

An excellent tenor saxophonist who hardly ever rose beyond the journeyman stage despite his abilities, Frank Socolow had a transitional golf swing to bop design. He first proved helpful skillfully in 1941 with Jack port Melvin and acquired stints with Georgie Auld, Ted Fio Rito, Roy Stevens, Truck Alexander, and …

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Bennie Green

Bennie Green was mostly of the trombonists from the 1950s who played in a method not influenced by J.J. Johnson (Costs Harris was another). His witty audio and full shade looked backwards towards the golf swing era however was available to the impact of R&B. After playing locally in Chicago, …

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Frank Wess

Among the initial main jazz flutists, Frank Wess was also a high Lester Young-influenced tenor guy, an expert initial altoist, and an intermittent composer/arranger — certainly a very important man to get around. In early stages he toured with Blanche Calloway, offered in the armed forces, and acquired stints using …

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Joey Baron

Drummer Joey Baron was created in Richmond, Virginia into what he offers referred to as a Jewish working-class family members. Heavily influenced with the rock and roll, jazz, and Television designs of his youngsters, he trained himself how exactly to play through close hearing and watching various other music artists. …

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Clara Moreno

Little girl of Nelson Ângelo and Joyce, and sister of vocalist Ana Martins, Clara Moreno participate extremely early in children’s choirs in recordings for Milton Nascimento, Egberto Gismonti, Ivone Lara, Gonzaguinha, Alcione, Joyce, Cazuza, Teca & Ricardo, Bloco da Palhoça, Balão Mágico, and Astrofolias. Afterwards, she proved helpful as vocalist …

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Connie Kay

For two a few months timid of 40 years (including seven years where the group was on “vacation”), Connie Kay was the drummer/percussionist with the present day Jazz Quartet. His simple contributions (displaying both restraint and golf swing) were a great asset towards the group. Self-taught in the drums, Kay …

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Charlie Ventura

An excellent swing-oriented tenor saxophonist, Ventura is best-remembered for his attempt at popularizing bebop through the tail end from the music’s mid- to past due-’40s heyday. Given birth to Charles Venturo, he originated from a big, musically inclined family members. His first device was C-melody sax. He turned to alto …

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Ike Quebec

Inspired by Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster but definitely his have person, Ike Quebec was among the finest swing-oriented tenor saxman from the 1940s and ’50s. Though he was hardly ever an innovator, Quebec acquired a big, breathy audio that was exclusive and conveniently recognizable, and he was quite constant …

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Bobby Jaspar

An excellent bop-oriented soloist similarly skilled in his cool-toned tenor and flute, Bobby Jaspar’s early death from a center ailment was a tragic reduction. As an adolescent, he performed tenor within a Dixieland group with Toots Thielemans in Belgium. He documented with Henri Renaud (1951 and 1953) and used touring …

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