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Wardell Gray And Erroll Garner / Wardell Gray And Howard McGhee - Gene Norman Presents ;Just Jazz; (Vinyl)

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  1. Jun 30,  · Gene Norman's Just Jazz concerts compare with Norman Granz's Jazz At The Philharmonic concerts of the forties. I especially like Charlie Shavers as he was accompanied by altoist Willie Smith, tenorist Stan Getz, vibist (the great band leader) Red Norvo, drummer Louie Bellson and the King Cole Trio (trio leader-pianist Nat Cole, guitarist Oscar Moore and bassist Johnny Miller) on "Body 5/5(2).
  2. Wardell Gray was one of the top tenors to emerge during the bop era (along with Dexter Gordon and Teddy Edwards). His Lester Young-influenced tone made his playing attractive to swing musicians as well Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  3. Wardell Gray, Howard McGhee and Erroll Garner [EP] "Gene Norman Presents Just Jazz" Nov Vogue: EP? Vogue: EPV Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars [EP] "Volume I" Nov Vogue: EPV Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars [EP] "Volume II" Nov Vogue: EPG Kid Ory and his Creole Jazz Band [EP] "In Concert" Nov.
  4. On April 29, , Benny had made one of his increasingly rare public appearances playing at a Just Jazz concert in Pasadena with a small group featuring Red Norvo and Jimmy Rowles. The other headliners included Benny Carter, Peggy Lee, Charlie Barnet, Erroll Garner and a bop band led by Howard McGhee with the young saxophonist Wardell Gray.
  5. Apr 26,  · GENE NORMAN'S "JUST JAZZ" CONCERT Wardell Gray (ts); Errol Louis Garner (p); Jackie Mills (d). Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA, 29 April Blue Lou (rehearsal).
  6. WARDELL GRAY AND ERROLL GARNER / WARDELL GRAY AND HOWARD MCGHEE Gene Norman Presents "Just Jazz" 7" vinyl VG / EX £ WES MONTGOMERY Back on Indiana Avenue: The Carroll DeCamp Recordings vinyl 2LP EX / EX £ WES MONTGOMERY TRIO Portrait Of Wes CD album VG / VG £ WIGGWAUM / POOR SCHOOL.
  7. erroll garner / red callender / wardell gray blue lou part i / part ii JAZZ SELECTION France / J.S. Sell wardell gray, james moody, howard mcghee, milton j bop sessions erroll garner - wardell gray - barney kessell - gerald wiggins Crown Records (2) - CLP - US -
  8. This influence was especially felt in Gray's tenure with the Benny Goodman and Count Basie bands, with the forays into bebop in his work with the likes of Parker, Al Haig, Dodo Marmarosa, Hampton Hawes, and Howard McGhee, as well as in his involvement in producer Gene Norman's concerts in Los Angeles featuring advanced instrumentalists like Art.

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