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  • multicolouredb

    hodges was not hindered at all by Ellington in discovering how far his talent could develop, He got to experience many variations of style with many other major artists, especially in the 1960's.

    29 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Im2Jazzy4U

    hodges' talent shine through whether he's playing in a big band, small group, or out front...as a talent like his should have been...much more often...

    17 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Im2Jazzy4U

    perhaps...for sure ellington and strayhorn provided not only inspiration, but major platforms for hodges' work...yet...one cannot help but wonder what history would have written for johnny had he been in a position to achieve greater exposure for his individual talent in his lifetime

    28 Dec 2011 Reply
  • multicolouredb

    JOHNNY COULD NEVER HAVE ACHIEVED AS MUCH AS HE DID WITHOUT DUKE OR BILLY STRAYHORN. HODGES WAS AT HIS BEST WHEN PLAYING ARRANGEMENTS FOR DUKE OR BILLY. THEY WERE HIS CHIEF INSPIRATION.

    27 Dec 2011 Reply
  • Im2Jazzy4U

    hodges was a major contributor to the success of ellington's orchestra...yet, one wonders what such a super talent would have accomplished independently...

    21 Nov 2011 Reply

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