[JPL] Sunday Jazz Trivia
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Sun Sep 21 17:31:49 EDT 2008
I think Eddie did Tom with the mouthpiece thing. Crazy really but Eddie was always looking for something different.
Do you remember...is it James Morrison? Or something close to that where he played all the horns in the big band and overdubbed himself. I think Ray Brown was on one of his recordings. Now that was ridiculous. Whatever happened to him?
--- On Sun, 9/21/08, Tom Reney <tr at wfcr.org> wrote:
> From: Tom Reney <tr at wfcr.org>
> Subject: Re: [JPL] Sunday Jazz Trivia
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Date: Sunday, September 21, 2008, 4:17 PM
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> That was Benny Carter's "Swingin' the
> '20s," made with Earl Hines/Leroy
> Vinnegar/Shelly Manne for Contemporary in 1958, and it
> appears to be
> available as an OJC. I bought it on a Japanese CD pressing
> years ago. It's
> one of Hines' few mainstream dates at that point in his
> career, and a
> beautiful companion to Benny's other Contemporary
> release, Jazz Giant.
> I'm most fond of Carter's trumpet playing on
> "Out of Nowhere," recorded with
> Coleman Hawkins and Django Reinhardt in 1937. Other
> players who double/d
> include Ira Sullivan and Scott Robinson, who plays an
> arsenal of brass and
> reeds on his recent tribute to Thad Jones for Arbors. And
> didn't Eddie
> Harris experiment with a trumpet mouthpiece on his tenor in
> the '70's?
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> > Eric...I did that show long ago now but interestingly
> enough I didn't
> > include Benny in that one for some reason and I should
> have. Some how I
> > missed it. Usually when I thought of him it was about
> his role outside of
> > the instrumental realm. As you know he was just as
> significant with his
> > contributions in other areas as he was with his
> musical abilities. There
> > is so much great work with him but one of my favs is
> him playing the music
> > of the 20's. Fantastic record and I have to check
> to see if it was ever
> > re-issued.
> > Jae Sinnett
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