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Complete Albums 1954-1960 (4CD) - TERRY CLARK

Complete Albums 1954-1960 (4CD)

TERRY CLARK

 
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Born to Clark Sr. and Mary Terry on 14th December 1920 in St. Louis, MO, Clark Terry Jr. attended Vashon High School and began playing the valve trombone at an early age. In fact, Terry had already turned professional by the early 1940s, playing the local jazz clubs. Having served as a bandsman at the Great Lakes Naval Training Centre between 1942 and 1945, Clark quickly returned to his first passion and began to establish his prominence on the local scene. He started by joining the groups of Charlie Barnett in 1947, Count Basie between 1948 and 1951, and Duke Ellington between 1951 and 1959, where he earned himself a good reputation through his stylistic flexibility, technical skill and famed sense of humour. It was towards the middle of the decade that Terry began recording his first album as co-leader. Although initially brought in to contribute to Dinah Washington's Dinah Jams, the same session also produced Jam Session, which was led by the triumvirate of Clark Terry with fellow players Clifford Brown and Maynard Ferguson. Despite his eight-year dedication to Ellington's band, Clark Terry still managed to release a considerable number of his own records as bandleader throughout the decade. These would include such classics as Serenade to a Bus Seat, In Orbit - which featured the sublime piano playing of Thelonious Monk - and Top And Bottom Brass, when the Clark Terry Quintet were joined by jazz tuba player Don Butterfield. Terry informally nurtured the talents of a young Miles Davis and Quincy Jones during this time, and would be repaid when the latter invited him to join the touring production of Free And Easy in 1959, for which Jones was musical director. Terry would truly break internationally at the turn of the decade when, in 1960, he was employed by the National Broadcasting Company. He would be the first African American staff musician to be employed by NBC, and to appear on any major U.S. network when he joined The Tonight Show Band in 1962.

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Prix : 39,99 $
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Auteur :  TERRY CLARK
Titre : Complete Albums 1954-1960 (4CD)
Date de parution : juillet 2016
Éditeur : CONVEYOR CANADA
Sujet : JAZZ
UPC : 823564677620
Référence Renaud-Bray : 11112279
No de produit : 2005566

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