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  1. Harry Edison (October 10, 1915 – July 27, 1999) was an American jazz trumpeter and member of the Count Basie Orchestra.

    Born in Columbus, Ohio,…

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  4. Directions in Music, featuring Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker and Roy Hargrove, has again emerged to explore the contemporary jazz idiom and the…

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  6. Sonny Red is the name of multiple artists:

    #1. Sonny Red (December 17, 1932 in Detroit as Sylvester Kyner Jr. – March 20, 1981) was an American…

  7. Us Five is Joe Lovano's recent group and it consists of:

    Joe Lovano - Saxophones
    James Weidman - Piano
    Esperanza Spalding - Bass
    Otis Brown III…

  8. This 1959 recording brings together two fine musicians from worlds that one might not usually connect, with Gerry Mulligan's light and airy baritone…

  9. Louis Smith is a talented, but under recorded, straight-ahead bop trumpeter who led two dates in the '50s before retiring to teach at the…

  10. American saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and trumpet player Chet Baker have collaborated to produce several albums together.

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  13. Jeremy Pelt arrived in New York in 1998 after graduating from Berklee College of Music. Once he got there, it wasn't long before he started being…

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  15. To say that Benny Carter had a remarkable and productive career would be an extreme understatement. As an altoist, arranger, composer,…

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  17. James Clay is a name new to many modern-day jazz listeners. But Clay's earliest fame came in the late 1950s when the young woodwind expert…

  18. Jon Faddis, born on July 24, 1953 in Oakland, California, is an American jazz trumpet player. Upon his first appearance on the scene, he became…

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