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    Hi Gord., Louis is the greatest ever for me (though Big T is close behind and when they play together is a bonus).
    My greatest favourite Louis is "I've got the right to sing the blues" - the trumpet solo is phenominal.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dR51E...yer_detailpage

    Cheers John
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    Sublime John

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    When you hear guys like these play, you have to ask yourself why they are not better known

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtMey...eature=related
    the talented dorothy donegan. gord

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    Nice one Gord - I hadn't heard her before.

    There are quite a few litlle known or unknowns here but i like the sound.
    (I mainly wanted to highlight Dick Cary on horn)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTNxj...yer_detailpage
    John
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    http://youtu.be/Thls_tMuFkc

    Currently my lunchtime listening

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    I wasnt familiar with Warne Marsh but I'll be now looking for his music.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=lQGlm_rdi_8

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    Keep posting him John

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    John, I downloaded some Warne Marsh tracks recently from the album 'New York Live'. (Warne Marsh tenor;Red Mitchell bass;Pete Scatteritico drums)
    IMO it is truly exceptional music. Good solo's all round, very well recorded, and swings all the way!

    He also recorded some fine stuff with Lee Konitz.

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    Hi teddy/Stu,
    here's one of the tracks from Warne's CDs with Lee Konitz (who I.ve always rated highly)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ul77Q...yer_detailpage

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    Noticed this piece with Bill Evans and Lee. Laid back and very cool.
    http://youtu.be/LVtP_CpzuCk

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    teddy, that was just great.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijbaC...eature=related
    some jazz artists, i could listen to their recordings all day long. great jazzmen like coltrane, monk, and teagarden, i never get bored by their work.
    the above is one of my alltime favorites the fantastic trombone and vocal of jack teagarden. gord

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    teddy - i'm glad you share my liking for Lee Konitz. That one is great.
    gord - I was starting to think that only teddy and I from the Forum shared our love of Big T.
    I,m glad to know there is at least one other. Any more out there in the Forum? Please let us know.

    Here is one by Jim Tomlinson (see jazz played today Thread)http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=oqn7WUPjrx4
    Reminds me of Stan Getz.
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    hi john, i have been a fan of BIG T for 50 years, and i listen to some of his music every couple of days.
    nobody plays the trombone so good and consistant as he does, and also that voice what a jazz singer,
    those old lps big ts jazz,the blues and dixie, and the incredable t for trombone, i have almost worn them
    out with continually playing them.below is teagarden with a big band singing a spiritual recorded mid 50s. enjoy. gord
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yh3eyz8DNAs

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