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Papa Mutt Carey

Thomas “Papa Mutt” Carey was an old-fashioned trumpeter who spoke of Friend Bolden with reverence, made a spot of honoring Freddie Keppard, and named Joe Oliver as a significant inspiration, specifically in the usage of mutes. A longtime cohort of Child Ory, he embodied the initial stylistic manifestations from the …

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Albert Mangelsdorff

Trombonist Albert Mangelsdorff pioneered the artwork of jazz polyphonics, introducing towards the avant-garde the symphonic custom of performing multiple records simultaneously. Delivered in Frankfurt, Germany, on Sept 5, 1928, Mangelsdorff was raised enthralled by jazz, devouring his old sibling Emil’s record collection. His uncle, a specialist violinist, offered him music …

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Ake Persson

An excellent trombonist with an attractive tone, Ake Persson worked progressively in European countries during his prime years and sometimes guested with American jazzmen who have been in tour. Among Persson’s organizations over time had been Simon Brehm (1951-1954), Arne Domnerus, Hacke Bjorksten, Harry Arnold’s Swedish Radio Music group (1956-1961), …

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Herlin Riley

New Orleans jazz drummer Herlin Riley is most beneficial known as an associate from the Jazz in Lincoln Middle Orchestra along with a longtime affiliate of trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. Delivered in 1957 in New Orleans, Louisiana, Riley was raised within a musical family members and first started playing the drums …

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Antonio Hart

A fantastic altoist who gained acknowledgement for his use Roy Hargrove, Antonio Hart studied classical saxophone in the Baltimore College for the Arts for 4 years. He sat along with Artwork Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, toured with Hargrove for a couple years, and in the middle-’90s created his personal group. Hart, …

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Monty Waters

Hailing from NY, alto saxophonist Monty Waters used James Dark brown, B.B. Ruler, Mls Davis and John Coltrane within the 50’s and 60’s and was among the founders of the brand new Yorker independent membership “Loft”. He provides documented with Ronnie Boykins, Billy Higgins and Charlie Persip, amongst others. Lately …

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Ole “Fessor” Lindgreen

A fantastic trombonist from Denmark, Ole “Fessor” Lindgreen continues to be a significant bandleader in Scandinavia since 1968. Sick and tired of playing in a lot of very similar and predictable trad jazz ensembles, in 1968 he produced the Big Town Band, an clothing that held New Orleans and 1920’s …

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Med Flory

Med Flory appreciated both a lucrative music career and effective stints like a television and film writer and actor. His alto sax and clarinet function were deeply affected by the traditional bebop audio, notably the playing of Charlie Parker. Though he didn’t straight emulate Parker, Flory’s audio, phrasing, and strategy …

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Michael Davis

Trombone. Modern trombonist highlighted on ’91 documenting for Voss with Eddie Daniels, Shari Feder and different guest contributors. Single dates consist of 1989’s Sidewalk Cafe, 1994’s Midnight Crossing and 1999’s Bonetown.

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Leon “Ndugu” Chancler

A fantastic pop and funk drummer, Ndugu Chancler in addition has played in many jazz schedules, particularly early in his profession. His rhythmic aggressiveness and vitality distinguishes anything he has, regardless of framework. Chancler started playing drums at 12, and examined music in senior high school. His family members transferred …

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