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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by jonathansedlacek, Sep 12, 2011.
And Lee Morgan. His early stuff (incl. Candy) is just amazing.
"Sidewinder" was one of the first solos I transcribed....
Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw, couldn´t decide between the two.
Thanks gmonady for the vote. I am honored by it and surely dont deserve it. BTW rep points on the way. Enjoy.
Ok, I just changed my mind as to favorite trumpet players. My new order is:
larry tscharner, Lee Morgan, then stevesf. No bias, ABSOLUTELY no bias in this change, uhh uhh, that's the truth, the whore truth, and I'm stickin to it!
Judge, call the prostitutor! We want the whore truth and nothing butt the truth.
Classical: Mark Inouye
Living Jazz: Arturo Sandoval
Dead (but still really living!) Jazz: Lee Morgan
Oh please, your gonna make me blush. BUT I must admit your taste in trumpeters is top notch. Bravo!
Ole Edvard Antonsen
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I've been told by conductors that my playing reminded them of Adolph Herseth or Maurice Andre (either they were stupid or lying--most likely both!), but the trumpeter I most revere is Don Ellis. He never ran out of ideas when soloing, let his band get out of control sometimes, and they did it with odd-metered music. This one in 7/4: Don Ellis 1977 (10) Pussywiggle Stomp - YouTube