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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by jonathansedlacek, Sep 12, 2011.
I hate trumpet music. My favorite non-trumpet-player is Ella Fitzgerald.
I love trumpet music, but my favorite non-trumpet-player is Joe Henderson.
Vizzutti. Just have to love Carnival of Venus
For sheer excitement it has to be Maynard. When I got a little older I got really into Freddie Hubbard, what an effin monster he was. Listen to McCoy Tyner's Nubia, I swear Freddie must have had smoke coming out the bell after that solo.
Someone mentioned Don Ellis earlier and I watched some of the youtube videos from Montreaux. He's been gone so long that younger players may not have even heard of him. I studied for a while with Roy Stevens in the late 70's. He had been Don's teacher and was heartbroken over his death. Long live Don's music.
Two players who are rarely mentioned on this site are Thad Jones and Warren Vache. Thad was so under rated as a player. Met him once and he was a real gentleman. Warren is so good it's ridiculous.
Is this a joke? Must be because of the portrait of Bix.
But who the.. is Biederbach???
Kind of like asking someone to eat one pistachio or one potato chip! Simply can't be done!
Got to see a BBC documentary on "Blue Note Records" last week.
A few shots of Freddie Hubbard playing "Cantaloupe Island".
My word !!!!!!!!!!!
Oh yes, Chet Baker transcriptions are well thumbed in my collection.
Or one peanut.
I'm surprised Sergei Nakariakov hasn't been mentioned!
That's why I went with Chet Baker... I can listen to Chet anytime any day ... alot of other greats I enjoy but can only listen to occasionally ... Winton is a great but takes alot of attention to listen to his jazz ...
Freddie Hubbard or Booker Little!