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Leader : elstinko
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Créé le : 29 mars 2006
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A group that consists of music enthusiasts and musicians who are lured by the sound of the trumpet in music and artists who are genuine trumpet players.

Let us NOT limit ourselves to Jazz only!

We explore what the trumpet has and can do both acoustically and electronically by sharing our favorite artists who feature the trumpet and explore tracks that include parts or solos that really stand out. In addition, we we honor the legends of this fine instrument by creating a consolidated artist connection list for all to use as a resource.

Our forums and articles are here for your resource too. Many members are expert players and knowledgeable about the instrument and many of the artists connected here so feel free to ask any questions!

"Let us not limit ourselves to Jazz."

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  • mtw900


    3 juin 2012 Répondre
  • theaudioconcept

    Hi all, I have just uploaded a new trumpet album and would love to get some feedback from you all: Thanks a million! John

    17 août 2010 Répondre
  • DetroitSoulJazz

    2 juin 2010 Répondre
  • elstinko

    Freddie has had his good years but you like that 70s cheesy string orchestration crap? Woody Shaw i the heavy weight bopper and harmonically more complex than Freddie ever was. If you want to be blown away listen to Woody Shaw Steppin' Stones Live and the Village Vanguard 1978. What I want to get my hands on is the out op print Woody Shaw and Freddie Hubbard.

    22 jui. 2009 Répondre
  • chantti All trumpet players welcome!

    9 mars 2009 Répondre
  • gysgewys

    On March 5th the Balkan jazz trio STriCat proudly presents it's 2nd CD Jab at the Tropentheater in Amsterdam, in a double concert with the Taraf Costel Vasilescu. Find the details of this concert here! Hope to see you there...

    25 fév. 2009 Répondre
  • elstinko

    Great concert featuring a full horn section and of course a trumpet soloist. Frank Zappa - Imaginary Diseases - Live 1972 It's funky, bluesy, tango, rock and that element of other worldliness that Zappa always brings to the table with his compositions. His guitar solos are really stinky on this record too. Track 3 features a decent trumpet solo to and track Father O'blivion really shows his keene sense of exciting horn section harmonic composition with a nutty tuba solo.

    29 jan. 2009 Répondre
  • elstinko

    Jimbo use BBCode to link your music suggestions. That goes for all of you! George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic - Live at Montreux 2004

    28 jan. 2009 Répondre
  • Otaika

    hi there!Enjoy Mr.Smiff & Ambient Anarchist !

    24 mars 2008 Répondre
  • JimboSpartacus

    everyone here should check out Terell Stafford, an excellent contemperary player in the hard bop style. I have an album by him called Taking Chances which is top notch, but I hear he has played with the organist Gary Versace, who stole my heart at a recent performance. If you can find the two of the together that should be stellar

    3 mars 2008 Répondre
  • pimentogrove

    To answer Fretta's shout: you should have a listen to an amazing Danish jazzish group Tys Tys (on myspace for instance). The vocalist sounds very much like a trumpet, and the unison between her and the trumpetist's playing is awesome.

    20 fév. 2008 Répondre
  • JimboSpartacus

    If we are trying to include music that isn't jut Jazz, you should all check out George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic live at Montremx... the secnd track features one of the greatest trumpet sax battles I have ever heard... and it's followed by a hilarious cover of Get Low. Entire album is great though, one of my favorite live recordings.

    10 jan. 2008 Répondre
  • JimboSpartacus

    I was once listening to this local Jazz station, and I heard a violin played like a saxophone, now that was something to hear!

    30 déc. 2007 Répondre
  • Fretta

    I think it's the other way round, that the saxophone has the ability to sound like human voice very much..sometimes, at first when I hear a sax in a song, it sounds like a violin, trumpet, trombone or someone singing. Saxes can be smooth and ugly, too, but the same goes for trumpet.. But I like the sound of the trumpet, that's why I want to learn how to play it.

    13 déc. 2007 Répondre
  • JimboSpartacus

    The sax allows for greater bursts of virtuosity, but i think the trumpet has a more interesting sound, more human. With the Trumpet there is more room to play with the voice of the instrument, as masters like Lester Bowie made all too clear.

    19 nov. 2007 Répondre
  • elstinko

    If they are not too busy noodeling. See it takes more stamina and facial muscles to play trumpet that is why many players utilize space more. Freakin sax players can blow for 10 minutes without tiring. Miles once asked Coltrane man why do you play your solos so long? Coltrane replied I don't know how to stop. Miles replied how about try taking the horn out of your mouth.

    16 nov. 2007 Répondre
  • Fretta

    I think the sound of a saxophone is more intriguing. At times.

    28 oct. 2007 Répondre
  • elstinko

    Artist connections are not in any particular order.

    25 oct. 2007 Répondre
  • speedy15

    If you are interested in ska music, check Mad Caddies Link: I really like trumpet and trombone parts ^^.

    24 oct. 2007 Répondre
  • aliesio

    abaixar musicas

    21 mai 2007 Répondre
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