[JPL] Sunday Jazz Trivia
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Sun Sep 21 14:41:05 EDT 2008
You would be correct Nou. He was staff arranger and I heard at some point long ago that he directed at one time. Now that may not be fact but I went with it. Perhaps arranging was all he did but I don't know of any recordings that feature his arrangements with the group.
And if anyone was interested in knowing that second instrument it was trumpet. I always thought that was an odd combination. Two totally different embouchure's.
--- On Sun, 9/21/08, Nou Dadoun <nou.dadoun at gmail.com> wrote:
> From: Nou Dadoun <nou.dadoun at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [JPL] Sunday Jazz Trivia
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Date: Sunday, September 21, 2008, 2:33 PM
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> >> 1. His seminal sessions in 1942 with Lester Young
> on tracks such as "Body
> >> and Soul," "Tea For Two" and
> "Indiana" proved he was a major jazz talent to
> >> the jazz world as an instrumentalist. He was also
> one of the first black
> >> jazz musicians to have his own "radio"
> show. Who was he?
> > Nat King Cole
> > 2. He led the BBC Dance Orchestra from the mid to
> late 30's after he moved
> >> to Europe from the states. Upon his return he was
> responsible for getting
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> I knew that Benny Carter worked with other European bands
> but didn't know
> about his connection with the BBC Dance Orchestra;
> according to Grove though
> (which I only looked at *after* getting the answer) he was
> only a
> staff-arranger, did he in fact 'lead' the
> orchestra? Do recordings exist?
> I have a couple of the Off-The-Air aircheck LPs featuring
> Benny Carter on
> the British label Spotlite but they're only American
> recordings from the
> 40's, one features Mary Lou Williams on piano though ..
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