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Blue Trombone (Part 2) - J.J. Johnson - Modern Jazz Trombone Master (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. J.J. Johnson Quintet - Blue Bossa - U. Jazz by sigmundgroid. J.J. Johnson Quintet - Autumn Leaves - U. Jazz - Pt 1 by sigmundgroid. Old Devil Moon - J J Johnson Trombone Solo Transcription by McKenzieBone. Carl Fontana 'I Got Rhythm' Trombone Solo Transcription by Rob Egerton Jazz Transcriptions.
  2. Blue Trombone, an Album by J. J. Johnson. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. CL ; Vinyl LP). Featured peformers: J. J. Johnson (trombone), Max Roach (drums.
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  4. The Trombone Master. J.J. Johnson March 1, Jazz ℗ Sony Music J.J.'s Broadway is an album by jazz trombonist and arranger J. J. Johnson recorded in for the Verve label. Blue Trombone (Expanded Edition) J.J. Johnson. $ Really Livin' The J.J. Johnson Sextet. $ Dial J J 5. The J.J. Johnson Quintet. $ © 5/5(2).
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  6. The first four tracks are from the album `J.J. In Person' and they benefit from the presence of Nat Adderley (cornet) whose exciting solo on the opening number always turns heads. Next two selections are from `Blue Trombone' and the track bearing that name is a 9-minute classic with terrific support from Tommy Flanagan (piano), Paul Chambers /5(22).
  7. I was listening to a Paul Desmond/Gerry Mulligan album while reading the liner notes, as I often do, and was thrilled to find the story of how "[I]Blight of the Fumble Bee[/I]" got its name. I feel like the thoughts and stories contained on the back of these 50s and 60s jazz albums are slowly being lost to time. To combat this I'm going to add as many notes as possible, always with proper.
  8. Trumpet has at least Kind of Blue and Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five. Sax has plenty like Coltrane's Giant Steps or Charlie Parker with Strings. Big bands have Ellington at Newport, small groups have Art Blakey's Moanin. The only really significant albums for trombone historically are JJ's Eminent 1/2 and Coltrane's Blue Train.