Who Is really good to listen to?

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  1. Fluffy615

    Fluffy615 Piano User

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    The Thad Jones, Mel Lewis Band. Just to add to the list. I don't know if you can find Joe Magnarelli out in California, but he's great.
    Bob
     
  2. TheRiddler

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    How has nobody mentioned me, yet?:cool:
     
  3. A.N.A. Mendez

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    Of course the "Riddler" goes without saying.:-)
    On a more near the topic, the thing about Ruby Braf is the low sounds, air noises he makes. I will be forever grateful to my dear friend in Norway who turned me on to Ruby
     
  4. TrentAustin

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    it's ruby braff, not braf (in case someone is looking for albums).

    -T
     
  5. A.N.A. Mendez

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    Thanks, I was unsure and too lazy to go grab a CD! :-)
     
  6. MFfan

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    Stan Kenton
    Buddy Rich
    Woody Herman
    George Shearing
    Ellis Marsalis
    Oscar Peterson
    Mel Torme
    Boss Brass
     
  7. dmh737

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    How 'bout Trent Austin?
    I just put one of your tunes on my MySpace start-up. Great sound. I got to get one of them there wedge mouthpieces so I can sound like you! It is all in the mouthpiece, right?

    Dave
     
  8. mrmusicnotes

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    Joe Magnareli use to play in a group called the Scott Napoli Quintet in the new york city aera.My friend Eric Lemon played bass in the band.What a small world.I played with Eric for years in a jazz workshop he use to run @ Brooklyn conservatory of music.
     
  9. BergeronWannabe

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    Check this out!...YouTube - Fantasy
     
  10. dmh737

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    Here's another one

    Adam Rapa

    I stumbled upon him on YouTube. Wow! He's got a GREAT technique. He makes playing the trumpet look as easy as breathing.

    Dave
     

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