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Jonah Jones

Jonah Jones

Jonah Jones (1909 – 2000) was a great swing trumpeter who came up with Stuff Smith (1936) and Cab Calloway (1941) and had later great success with his quartet… … Read entire article »

Flip Phillips

Flip Phillips

Flip Phillips (1915 – 2001) was one of the greatest white mainstream tenorsax players, mostly known for his work with Woody Herman 1944-46, later with Jazz At The Philharmonic, but active and swinging even into the 1990s… … Read entire article »

Francois Rilhac

Francois Rilhac

Francois Rilhac (1960 – 1992) was a French piano player in the school of stride, a genius with an enormous technique and creativity, a well hidden secret outside of his country but with international qualities, however, he could not cope with life… Download The PIANO of Francois Rilhac (PDF-file) … Read entire article »

Bobby Hackett

Bobby Hackett

Bobby Hackett (1915 – 1976) was a magnificent trumpet and cornet player, one of the finest white artists in the vintage tradition, creating highly memorable music for almost forty years from recording debut 1937… … Read entire article »

Emmett Berry

Emmett Berry

Emmett Berry (1915 – 1993) was one of the greatest swing trumpeters, known for his participation in the Fletcher & Horace Henderson orchestras as well as numerous recording sessions in the 1940s and later… … Read entire article »

Tenorsax 1945-1949

Tenorsax 1945-1949

History of Jazz Tenor Saxophone – black artists – 1945 – 1949 contains a complete survey of recorded tenorsax from the bebop jazz era, from late swing to early rhythm & blues, with sessions, solo notations and critical comments… Download THE HISTORY OF JAZZ TENOR SAXOPHONE BLACK ARTISTS 1945 – 1949 (pdf-file) … Read entire article »