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Benny Morton

Benny Morton

Benny Morton (1907 – 1985) was one of the major trombonists of the swing era, playing with famous orchestra such as Fletcher Henderson, Don Redman, Count Basie and Teddy Wilson… … Read entire article »

Tina Brooks

Tina Brooks

Tina Brooks (1932 – 1974) was one of the most talented modern tenorsax players, leaving us numerous fine recording sessions 1959 – 1961 but disappeared from view much too early … … Read entire article »

Frank Ottersen

Frank Ottersen

Frank Ottersen (1921 – 1971)was the most prominent Norwegian jazz violin performer of the vintage era and one of Europe’s best, but unfortunately local record companies gave him much too few opportunities… … Read entire article »

Benny Golson

Benny Golson

Benny Golson (1929 – ) was one of the most prominent tenorsax artists ever, mostly known for his wonderful playing with Art Blakey and other groups in the period 1956 – 1962, also a brilliant composer, and still active quite recently… … Read entire article »

Joe Albany

Joe Albany

Joe Albany (1924 – 1988) was a legendary modern white pianist, playing with Charlie Parker and Lester Young in the middle forties, but his career was slowed down because of the usual reasons… Download The PIANO of Joe Albany (PDF-file) … Read entire article »

Rubberlegs Williams

Rubberlegs Williams

Rubberlegs Williams (1907 – 1962) was primarily a jazz dancer but appeared occasionally as a singer, mostly known for his work with Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie… … Read entire article »