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Jazz & Blues - Sonny Rollins

Sonny Rollins

(+) Possibly the best tenor saxophonist ever - without a doubt the best still alive! (-) None - if you want to see him live, you should try to soon - he's getting on a bit now - 73 yrs old now - still as good as ever though! (*) (On Ciao since: 06/2004)

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Rahsaan Roland Kirk

(+) Roland Kirk is a fantastic Saxophonist, flautist and clarinettist, playing good conventional solos, as well as playing up to three saxophones at a tim (-) Some people may find his music slightly gimmiky - why have one person playing 3 saxes when you can have three people doing it? (*) (On Ciao since: 06/2004)

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Jazz & Blues - Stan Getz

Stan Getz

(+) Subliminal tone - a great tenor saxophonists (-) Played lots and lots and lots of bossa's - most by Jobim - i like his playing in other styles as well, not just bossa's! (*) (On Ciao since: 06/2004)

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Glenn Miller

(+) Excellent music, Left behind a great legacy (-) He died (*) (On Ciao since: 06/2004)

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Jazz & Blues - John Coltrane

John Coltrane

(+) One of the most talented jazz saxophonists ever! (-) Towards the end of his life, his work got more "way out" (*) (On Ciao since: 03/2003)

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Jazz & Blues - Dizzy Gillespie

Dizzy Gillespie

(+) A great jazz trumpeter - one of my favourites (-) Often not listened to as much as he should be because of the fame of Miles Davis (*) (On Ciao since: 07/2004)

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Chris Barber Jazz Band

(+) The absolute pinnacle of Barber (-) None (*) (On Ciao since: 11/2002)

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Jazz & Blues - The Martin Harley Band

The Martin Harley Band

(+) every track is an absolute winner (-) none at all (*) (On Ciao since: 02/2005)

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Jazz & Blues - Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra

(+) The Voice, His song melodies, Ratpack, Ability to make you happy (-) Are there any? (*) (On Ciao since: 04/2002)

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Duke Ellington

(+) The fundamentals - Classic Big Band Style Jazz (-) Sound quality was poor (*) (On Ciao since: 11/2003)

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James Morrison

(+) Superb Live Act (-) Only 1 album! (*) (On Ciao since: 02/2004)

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Louis Armstrong

(+) The one and only (-) none (*) (On Ciao since: 01/2005)

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Rev Doc and the Congregation

(+) It's a blues band (-) if you don't like blues......... (*) (On Ciao since: 04/2004)

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Sidney Bechet

(+) You Will Like It (-) None (*) (On Ciao since: 01/2004)

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The Animals & Friends

(On Ciao since: 06/2016)

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Jazz & Blues - Sammy Davis Jr

Sammy Davis Jr

(On Ciao since: 03/2003)

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Jazz & Blues - Diana Krall

Diana Krall

(On Ciao since: 06/2004)

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Chet Baker

(On Ciao since: 01/2005)

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Jazz & Blues - Eric Dolphy

Eric Dolphy

(On Ciao since: 08/2004)

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Miles Davis

(On Ciao since: 01/2004)

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Gordon Haskell

(On Ciao since: 12/2002)

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Jack Bruce

(On Ciao since: 01/2005)

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Ted Hawkins

(On Ciao since: 12/2002)

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Milton Nascimento

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Sonny Rollins

Advantages: Possibly the best tenor saxophonist ever - without a doubt the best still alive!
Disadvantages: None - if you want to see him live, you should try to soon - he's getting on a bit now - 73 yrs old now - still as good as ever though!

Sonny Rollins is my favourite tenor saxophonist, and is in my opinion the best saxophonist ever. Sonny has a lovely deep, rich tone, right the way from the bottom of his horn to the top. Like many of the great jazz musicians, Sonny was not only a great ...

poooookie 22.06.2004 ˇ Read full review
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Rahsaan Roland Kirk - man of mysteries!

Advantages: Roland Kirk is a fantastic Saxophonist, flautist and clarinettist, playing good conventional solos, as well as playing up to three saxophones at a time on some recordings and playing the flute through his nose while singing!!
Disadvantages: Some people may find his music slightly gimmiky - why have one person playing 3 saxes when you can have three people doing it?

Rahsaan Roland Kirk was not only a great saxophonist, flautist and clarinettist, but he also modified his own saxophones and had the ability to play up to three at the same time (stritch - like a straight alto, manzello - looks like an alto, but sounds li ...

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Stan Getz

Advantages: Subliminal tone - a great tenor saxophonists
Disadvantages: Played lots and lots and lots of bossa's - most by Jobim - i like his playing in other styles as well, not just bossa's!

Stan Getz was one of the most famous jazz saxophonists, with his classic tenor sax tone that he generated from his mark VI horn. Many players think that Stan Getz had the ultimate tone, with its depth, richness and smoothness, and many current players tr ...

poooookie 25.06.2004 ˇ Read full review
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In The Mood for a Moonlight Serenade??

Advantages: Excellent music, Left behind a great legacy
Disadvantages: He died

Alton Glenn Miller or Glenn to everyone that knew him was born on the 1st March 1904 in Clarinda, Iowa to parents Lewis Elmer and Mattie Lou Cavender Miller and was one of four children; he bought his first trombone at the tender age of thirteen whilst hi ...

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Review of Glenn Miller

Always In the Mood

Advantages: Big Band Music
Disadvantages: He died aged only 40 years old

On 15th December 1944, Glenn Miller mysterious disappeared onboard a plane headed for Paris. Neither the plane or Glenn Miller were ever found. There are many theories about what happened to the plane, but no-one really knows for sure. Many think the plan ...

MAFARRIMOND 29.06.2004 ˇ Read full review
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