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Jamaican Jazz Saxophonists: Joe Harriott, Harold Mcnair, Yolanda Brown, Andy Hamilton, Wilton Gaynair, Bertie King, Mark Shim, Sugar Belly
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Chapters: Joe Harriott, Harold Mcnair, Yolanda Brown, Andy Hamilton, Wilton Gaynair, Bertie King, Mark Shim, Sugar Belly. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 35. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Joseph Arthurlin...
Chapters: Joe Harriott, Harold Mcnair, Yolanda Brown, Andy Hamilton, Wilton Gaynair, Bertie King, Mark Shim, Sugar Belly. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 35. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Joseph Arthurlin 'Joe' Harriott (July 15, 1928 in Kingston, Jamaica January 2, 1973 in Southampton, Hampshire) was a Jamaican jazz musician and composer, whose principal instrument was the alto saxophone. Initially a bebopper, he became a pioneer of free form jazz. He was educated at Kingston's famed Alpha Boys School, which produced a number of prominent Jamaican musicians. He moved to the UK as a working musician in 1951 and lived in the country for the rest of his life. Harriott was part of a wave of Caribbean jazz musicians who arrived in Britain during the 1950s, including Dizzy Reece, Harold McNair, Harry Beckett and Wilton Gaynair. Like the majority of alto players of his generation, Harriott was deeply influenced by Charlie Parker. He developed a style which fused Parker with his own Jamaican musical sensibility - most notably the mento and calypso music he grew up with. Even in his later experiments, his roots were always audible. However, it was Harriott's mastery of bebop which gained him immediate kudos within the British jazz scene upon his arrival in London in 1951. During the 1950s, he had two long spells with drummer Tony Kinsey's band, punctuated by membership of Ronnie Scott's short lived big band, occasional spells leading his own quartet and working in the quartets of drummers Phil Seamen and Allan Ganley. He began recording under his own name in 1954, releasing a handful of E.P. (extended play) records for Columbia, Pye/Nixa and Melodisc throughout the 1950s. However, the majority of his 1950s recordings were as a sideman with the musicians previously mentioned, also back...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=2067079
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