Modern Listening.

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by FastFingers, May 24, 2007.

  1. The BuZZ

    The BuZZ Pianissimo User

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    Hannibal!:cool:
     
  2. Bay Area Brass

    Bay Area Brass Piano User

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    Graham Haynes (Roy's son)
    Wilbur Harden
    Tommy Turrentine
    Blue Mitchell
    Harry "Sweets" Edison

    non-trumpet-
    Hank Crawford
    Dexter Gordon
    Kenny Garrett
    Pharoah Saunders
    Eddie Harris

    just throwing a few more names into the ring :)
     
  3. Ray Vega

    Ray Vega Pianissimo User

    I love to listen to:
    Nicholas Payton- I had the honor of working with him heavily for about 2 and a half years. I consider him to be one of the greatest young trumpet masters. High level creativity.....whether arranging, composing, playing trumpet, piano, bass, drums, this young man has a genius mind. A complete handle and knowledge of the tradition while while looking forward with great vision.
    Thomas Marriott- My main man from Seattle, Washington. Thomas' voice is unique.....This is a challenge when considering that it's so easy to fall into somebody elses sound concept. His 2 CD's are on the Origin Arts label. Worth checking out!
    Paolo Fresu- Trumpeter from Sardinia. I love his Angel Quartet recordings.
    Tim Hagans- Beautiful modern harmonic....I dug him with Kenton, I love him with Bob Beldon.
    Kenny Wheeler always sounds fresh to me.

    I'm actually going back and checking out a bunch of things that I listened to 25 plus years ago-
    Blue Mitchell
    Donald Byrd
    Johnny Coles
    Bill Hardman
    Lee Morgan
    Woody Shaw
    Freddie Hubbard
     
  4. trumphat

    trumphat New Friend

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    Greg Gisbert, Brian Lynch
     

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