Essay in blue saxophone

On January 4, 1945, Parker, Gillespie, and Don Byas recorded under Clyde Hart's All Stars for the Continental label [9] Gillespie recorded his first session as a leader on January 9, 1945, for the Manor label, with Don Byas on tenor, Clyde Hart on Piano, Oscar Pettiford on bass, and Irv Kluger on drums. The session recorded "I Can't Get Started", "Good Bait", "Be-bop (Dizzy's Fingers)", and "Salt Peanuts" (which Manor wrongly named "Salted Peanuts"). Thereafter, Gillespie would record bebop prolifically and gain recognition as one of its leading figures. Parker appeared in Gillespie-led sessions dated February 28 and May 11, 1945, for the Guild label, and May 25, 1945, for the Continental label. Parker and Gillespie appeared in a session under vibraphonist Red Norvo dated June 6, 1945, for the Dial label. Parker's first session as a leader was on November 26, 1945, for the Savoy label, with Miles Davis on trumpet, Sadik Hakim (Argonne Thornton) on piano, Curley Russell on bass and Max Roach on drums ("Warming Up a Riff", "Now's the Time", "Billie's Bounce", "Thriving on a Riff", "Ko-Ko", "Meandering"). Dexter Gordon, after appearing as a sideman in bebop sessions led by Gillespie, Eckstine, and Sir Charles Thompson , led his first session for the Savoy label on October 30, 1945, with Sadik Hakim on piano, Gene Ramey on bass, and Eddie Nicholson on drums ("Blow Mr Dexter", "Dexter's Deck", "Dexter's Cuttin' Out", "Dexter's Minor Mad"). [10] After appearing as a sideman in the R&B-oriented Cootie Williams Orchestra through 1944, Bud Powell was in bebop sessions led by Frankie Socolow on May 2, 1945, then Dexter Gordon on January 29, 1946, for the Savoy label ("Long Tall Dexter", "Dexter Rides Again", "I Can't Escape From You", "Dexter Digs In").

Sad to learn of Hayden’s untimely demise. I’m not a sentimental man, I’ve never been overly emotional, and I deal stoically and quietly with death and tragedy. But I’ve always felt it is a double-edged sword, I never get the soul-crushing lows, but nor do I get the glorious highs… I am always merely content. Perhaps that explains why I cannot match such a brilliant piece of truly passionate writing. He went too young, but he certainly crammed plenty into his short time on this earth.. hats off to a young man with bags of heart.

Essay in blue saxophone

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