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Whats New? - Lester Young / Gerry Mulligan / Sonny Stitt - Dimensions Of Sax (CD)

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  1. Gardalar says:
    Jul 24,  · Sonny Stitt, the alto saxophonist who was regarded by Charlie Parker as the inheritor of Mr. Parker's style and stature in jazz, died of cancer Thursday night at the Washington Hospital Center.
  2. Mezikree says:
    Jan 27,  · Gerry Mulligan, Art Farmer, Lee Konitz), The tentet also included Rob McConnell on valve trombone, Mike Mossman (who took some pointed solos) on trumpet, Ken.
  3. Kazrabar says:
    Feb 08,  · Sonny Boy was the son of Luscious and Odessa Lester. He was educated in the Houston County School System. He was a member of Brown Chapel Baptist Church in Unadilla, Georgia. He was married to Beatrice Brown Lester. Survivors: Wife: Beatrice Lester. 6 Sons: Calvin Felder, Tony Lester, Stoney Lester, Kenneth Lester.
  4. Vudotaur says:
    Sonny Stitt, black American jazz musician, one of the first and most fluent bebop saxophonists. One of a musical family, Stitt first became known as an alto saxophonist in the pioneering bop big bands led by Billy Eckstine and Dizzy Gillespie in the mids. His romantic style of improvising.
  5. JoJogul says:
    Issued on the Impulse! label, Now! was one of the albums Sonny Stitt made in the s (this one in ) that was part of his transition from the alto to the tenor sax, a transition necessary to shuck off the mantle that he was little more than a Charlie Parker clone. While Parker's influence remained a basic part of Stitt's articulation and phrasing, he eventually became a foremost 7/
  6. Dainos says:
    Sonny Stitt (tenor and alto saxophonist) was born Edward Boatner Jr. on February 2, in in Boston, Massachusetts and grew up in Saginaw, Michigan. He had a musical background; his father, Edward Boatner, was a baritone singer, composer and college music professor, his brother was a classically trained pianist, and his mother was a piano.
  7. Tura says:
    Jazz Musician. He is considered one of the greatest tenor saxophonists in jazz history, and played with the like of Count Basie, Fletcher Henderson and Benny Goodman bands, as well as cutting many popular records with jazz singer Billie Holiday, who gave him the nickname Pres, short for President. Lester Young.
  8. Dalkis says:
    Two great sax players were born on the same day, just three years apart. On February 2nd, , Sonny Stitt was born in Boston, and Stan Getz made his first appearance in Philadelphia on the same day in As WRTI’s Susan Lewis reports, each had his own style that would influence future generations.
  9. Volkis says:
    Lester Young told me a long time ago: “Sonny, just take your time, and let ‘em pat their foot, baby”. Coleman Hawkins told me the same thing. So I do that. It’s easier on the musicians, really. I ain’t going to put myself under no strain. Take my time, play something pretty—swing. But, see, everybody ain’t like .

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