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Edward Inge

Edward Inge

Edward Inge (1906 – 1988) was a fine clarinet artist primarily known for his longtime association with the Don Redman orchestra in the 1930s, also a prominent arranger. … Read entire article »

Andre Ekyan

Andre Ekyan

Andre Ekyan (1907 – 1972) was a brilliant French altosax player, one of the best in Europe, particularly important for his many elegant recordings in the late thirties and early forties. … Read entire article »

Eddie DeVerteuil

Eddie DeVerteuil

Eddie DeVerteuil (?? – ??) was playing baritonesax with Benny Carter and Cootie Williams in the early 1940s and appeared on a few bebop sessions in 1946, then disappeared from view. … Read entire article »

Herman Chittison

Herman Chittison

Herman Chittison (1909 – 1967) was an excellent swing piano player with long time residence in Europe in the 1930s, later mainly as solo pianist back in the U.S. Download The PIANO of Herman Chittison (PDF-file) … Read entire article »

Rudy Williams

Rudy Williams

Rudy Williams (1909 – 1954) was an altosax player who became known through his association with Al Cooper’s Savoy Sultans, later flirting with the modern trends… … Read entire article »

Vito Price

Vito Price

Vito Price (ca. 1930? – ???) was a fine tenorsax player whose reputation today rests solely on one LP in the late fifties, but that is more than enough for eternal recognition… … Read entire article »