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- Donald Byrd was considered one of the finest hard bop trumpeters of the post-Clifford Brown era.
- In July of 1967, the big band that Donald Byrd and Duke Pearson co-led debuted at the Village Vanguard.
- Ray is indeed playing lead on most of it, as well as a solo on "Ain't Life Grand" however he splits the book with Donald Byrd on a few of the charts.
- When he was 20 years old, Hancock was invited by Donald Byrd to join his band and move to New York.
- While enrolled at Juilliard he played in a group with trumpeter Donald Byrd, saxophonist Jackie McLean, bassist Doug Watkins, and drummer Art Taylor.
- In 1960, at age 20, Herbie was discovered by trumpeter Donald Byrd, who asked him to join his group.
- This group played Massey's compositions, and had periodic guest appearances from Coltrane and Donald Byrd.
- In 1958 Watkins would join Donald Byrd for a European tour, taking up extended residence at Le Chat Qui Peche, a jazz club on Paris' Left Bank.
- Myers, while still in high school, had the opportunity to perform for one of the masters of jazz trumpet, Donald Byrd.
- Guru likewise collaborated with plenty of well-known artists -- Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd, N'Dea Davenport -- on his solo debut, Jazzmatazz, Vol.
- There were a lot of local people who inspired me like Kenny Burrell, Paul Chambers, Roy Brooks, Donald Byrd, etc.
- Of the jazz trumpeters who blazed a trail during the 1950s and '60s, Donald Byrd has never really gotten his due.
- During this time, she boasted a résumé that included work with Quincy Jones, Ray Charles, Leon Ware and Donald Byrd, among others.
- The results are quintessential hard bop that is essential and certainly a highlight in the careers of Donald Byrd, Pepper Adams and Duke Pearson.
- On Vol. 1, Rollins plays that song and several of his originals in a quintet with Donald Byrd and Max Roach.
- Sunday morning ptambient tagged Donald Byrd with funk, blue note records and jazz.
- Sonny tinha contrato com a Blue Note e trabalhou com diversos artistas da gravadora como John Coltrane, Art Farmer, Donald Byrd, Jackie McLean e outros.
- Today, Eddie Henderson, Donald Byrd, and Herbie Hancock are seldom challenged as influential jazz musicians.
- In the late 1950s he led an ensemble with Jimmy Garrison, McCoy Tyner, and Tootie Heath; John Coltrane and Donald Byrd occasionally played with them.
- The trio also recorded as a quintet with John Coltrane and Donald Byrd.
- There were further Prestige sides cut with top players as John Coltrane, Donald Byrd, with Paul Chambers bass and Philly Joe Jones on drums.
- After that time I made a conscious decision to hardly listen anymore to him, Freddie Hubbard, Miles, Kenny Dorham, Blue Mitchell, Donald Byrd, etc.
- Jazz-funk musicians such as Roy Ayers and Donald Byrd are often credited as forerunners of acid jazz.
- Donald Byrd replaced Dorham, and the group recorded an album called simply The Jazz Messengers for Columbia Records in 1956.
- Freddie Hubbard
- Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > John Coltrane
- Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Herbie Hancock
- Kenny Dorham
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