Kai Winding And His Orchestra

His father, whom Bill idolised, was a trombonist who had worked in vaudeville during the Depression and had played for a time with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra. Count Basie, joined Kai Winding’s.

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2 Time Is on My Side (1964) Written by Jerry Ragovoy (Norman Meade), the song “Time Is on My Side” was first recorded by jazz trombonist Kai Winding and his Orchestra in 1963. It was the Rolling.

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Coming off their brilliant Capitol recording, Live at the Las Vegas Tropicana, which was released earlier that year, Stan Kenton and His Orchestra took Newport. with the input of modern jazz.

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Special guest soloist Charlie Mariano, a superb Charlie Parker-influenced alto saxophonist from Boston, is featured singing beautifully through his horn on a dramatic Bill Holman arrangement of the.

This song was originally recorded by the jazz trombonist Kai Winding and his Orchestra on the Verve Records label in October 1963. His version was mostly instrumental with just the lyric "time is on my side" sung by the background trio of Cissy Houston, Dionne Warwick and Dee Dee Warwick.

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A string of gospel-inflected soul classics followed. “Time Is on My Side,” which Mr. Ragovoy wrote for the jazz trombonist Kai Winding and his orchestra, was later recorded by Irma Thomas in 1964.

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An innovative force in progressive jazz through the ’40s and ’50s, Stan Kenton (master of ceremonies at the first Newport Jazz Festival in 1954) brought his 18-piece orchestra to French. of modern.

The ensemble recently discovered it also won the International Trombone Association’s Kai Winding Jazz Trombone Ensemble Competition. Pugh doesn’t want his musicians to bear the costs of the trip.

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An innovative force in progressive jazz through the ’40s and ’50s, Stan Kenton (master of ceremonies at the first Newport Jazz Festival in 1954) brought his 18-piece orchestra to French. of modern.

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Taking cues from the innovations learned in Parker’s group, Davis, along with his nonet, recorded 12 songs in a two-year span that, when released together on one album, became known as Birth of the.

Looking wiry and fit, 80-year-old trombonist Eddie Bert opened his own May 16 tribute. of vertical and horizontal melodic elements in his improvisations. Along with J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding, Benny.

J.J. Johnson (born January 22, 1924, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA – died February 4, 2001, Indianapolis, Indiana) was an American jazz trombonist, composer and arranger.

‘bones perpetuating the Kai Winding legacy, thanks to Bob Fitzpatrick and Carl Fontana; and saxes coalescing with the help of altoist Lennie Niehaus, tenorist Bill Perkins and baritonist Jack Nimitz.

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After playing with the Goodman small group and orchestra, Hampton left to form. "Flying Home," featuring rousing solos by trombonist Kai Winding and tenor saxophonist Illinois Jacquet, who had put.

In 1945 he joined the Count Basie Orchestra for a short period before becoming a bandleader in his own right. For the next nine years. In 1954 the Savoy label decided to record him and the.

He had done this before, most notably when, at the peak of his success with his. he formed a 40-piece symphonic orchestra to play strict classical programs on a bill that included Ella Fitzgerald.

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Kai Chresten Winding (/ ˈ k aɪ ˈ w ɪ n d ɪ ŋ /; May 18, 1922 – May 6, 1983) was a Danish-born American trombonist and jazz composer. He is known for his collaborations with trombonist J. J. Johnson

By 1941, he formed his first orchestra, which he patterned after Jimmie. By 1947, Kenton’s band took a more progressive path with the input of modern jazz trombonist Kai Winding, trumpeters Buddy.

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