Great Trumpet Sections.

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  1. dbacon

    dbacon Mezzo Piano User

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    "Soaring"

    Bob Florence Limited Edition
    Sea Breeze

    George Graham (LEAD)
    Charly Davis (asst. lead)
    Warren Luening
    Steve Huffsteter
    Nelson Hatt


    The chart "Misbehavin" is killer. "Afternoon of a Prawn," "Nobody's Human." This trumpet section really worked well together. AND the greatest big band drummer of all time....NICK CEROLI...along with Joel DiBartolo on Bass....truly fine big band playing!!

    Oh yeah, the writting's good too!!!!!
     
  2. dbacon

    dbacon Mezzo Piano User

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    Snooky Young, Danny Moore, Al Porcino, Marvin Stamm!

    Thad Jones/Mel Lewis

    "Consumation"

    With Snooky at his best, this section is one of my all time favorites!
     
  3. dbacon

    dbacon Mezzo Piano User

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    "America the Beautiful" by Gary McFarland

    Marvin Stamm
    Snooky Young
    Ernie Royal
    Bernie Glow

    Randy Brecker
    Richard Williams

    How's that New York Trumpet Section?
     
  4. dbacon

    dbacon Mezzo Piano User

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    Billy May....Big Fat Brass!

    Conrad Gozzo
    Frank Beach
    John Best
    Uan Rasey
    Pete Candoli
    Manny Klein

    Sound, swing, power, personality!

    Uan Rasey may have been the greatest trumpet player in the world! Over 3 thousand movies, all those great musicals! He and Gozzo are killer on this!! Sound Pressure to behold.
     
  5. dbacon

    dbacon Mezzo Piano User

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    Snooky Young
    Frank Szabo
    Conte Candoli
    Bill Berry

    Trumpet Section for Frank Capp/Nat Pierce Juggernaut Big Band, mid 80's.

    Style, style, style!

    Lyrical solos from Conte Candoli and Bill Berry. Lead from Snooky and Frank. Can't get better than this!
     
  6. dbacon

    dbacon Mezzo Piano User

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    Al Porcino
    John Audino
    Conte Condoli
    Frank Huggins
    Lee Katzman
    Ray Triscari
    Stu Williamson

    Terry Gibbs Dream Band 1st CD. From live sessions in Hollywood March and November of 1959. "Flying Home."

    Porcino
    Triscari
    Candoli
    Williamson

    one section.

    Audino
    Candoli
    Huggins
    Williamson

    another section

    Lee Katzman replaced Frank Huggins on "Wonderful You."

    Either Porcino or Audino played Lead on this CD release.

    From the same gigs-

    Al Porcino
    Ray Triscari
    Conte Candoli
    Stu Williamson



    Vol. 2 "The Sundown Sessions"

    John Audino
    Conte Candoli
    Frank Huggins
    Stu Williamson


    There are more live recordings from this band, all worth listening to and hearing these fabulous trumpet players. Lead Playing from both Al Porcino and John Audino should not be missed. Conte Candoli in his prime!

    Fine Trumpet sections that really worked together well.
     
  7. TangneyK

    TangneyK Pianissimo User

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    John Fedchock's "New York Big Band"

    Tony Kadleck is playing lead, rounded out by:
    Greg Gisbert
    Barry Ries
    Tim Hagans

    When I have to play (get to, really--I love doing it) lead trumpet, Tony Kadleck is what I put on in the "soundtrack of my mind". SUPER clean, and he sounds like the Death Star laser on steroids.

    -Kevin
     

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