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Definitions

  1. Zoot Sims is a personal favorite of mine, especially when teamed with Al Cohn. (Web site)
  2. Zoot Sims is a mainstream jazz saxophone player I really enjoy.
  3. Zoot Sims is also on hand and sounds terrific. (Web site)
  4. Zoot Sims was on the bill and showed up in the green room. (Web site)

Starting

  1. Starting in 1956, and continuing on an irregular basis for decades, Cohn co-led a quintet with Zoot Sims. (Web site)

Time

  1. In the early '50s, he recorded on a session with fellow tenors Stan Getz, Al Cohn, Zoot Sims, and Allan Eager; at the time, they all sounded identical. (Web site)

Count Basie

  1. By 1975, Count Basie and Zoot Sims had developed an unerring musical rapport. (Web site)

Swinging

  1. He sounds fine all the way through, especially on the clarinet piece, a swinging "When You're Smiling" that he dedicated to Zoot Sims.

Baritone

  1. The final date matches three tenor saxophonists (Zoot Sims and Eddie Wasserman joining the leader) and Sol Schlinger again on baritone.

Basie

  1. No longer do we hear the bluesy work of, say, Zoot Sims or Al Cohn (who worked with Basie during his middle period).

Jazz Musicians

  1. Pianist Jean Packard has long been a favorite of jazz musicians across the country, including Zoot Sims, Al Cohn, Warren Vache and Maxine Sullivan. (Web site)

Roy Eldridge

  1. While they were in Paris, Wig also recorded two albums for a foreign record label, one with Zoot Sims and the other with Roy Eldridge. (Web site)

Jazz Greats

  1. In 1950 he toured Europe with a septet that included two other jazz greats, trumpeter Roy Eldridge and tenor saxophonist Zoot Sims. (Web site)

Tenor Saxophone

  1. Zoot Sims, that soft-voiced master of the tenor saxophone, had nothing left to prove when this album was recorded in 1983.

Goodman

  1. When Goodman was starting a bebop band, he hired Buddy Greco, Zoot Sims, Wardell Gray and a few other modern players. (Web site)
  2. With Goodman on this occasion were trumpeter Roy Eldridge and saxophonist Zoot Sims.

Sextet

  1. In 1950 Eldridge went to Europe with a sextet that featured clarinetist Benny Goodman, tenor saxophonist Zoot Sims, and pianist Dick Hyman. (Web site)

Phil Woods

  1. The arrangements by the little-known Bill Potts really swing and the all-star band includes Phil Woods, Zoot Sims, Bill Evans, and more.
  2. Living in the US during the 1970s, he performed alongside such jazz musicians as Zoot Sims and Phil Woods. (Web site)

Woody Herman

  1. Zoot Sims spent time in the immensely popular big bands of Benny Goodman, Woody Herman and Stan Kenton. (Web site)

Playing

  1. Cuban rhythm becomes swing; hear a drum kit and cymbals instead of conga and timbales, and Zoot Sims starts playing a tenor saxophone solo. (Web site)
  2. I remember how he impressed me, the first time I heard him at a private session, playing with Zoot Sims and Gerry Mulligan in the summer of 1949. (Web site)

Mulligan

  1. Sometimes, Mulligan changed his group into a sextet with the addition of trumpeter Jon Eardley and Zoot Sims to his quartet.
  2. The other players are Mulligan, baritone saxophone; Bob Brookmeyer, valve trombone; Zoot Sims, tenor saxophone; Jon Eardley, trumpet; and Dave Bailey drums. (Web site)
  3. As a performer, Mulligan also had a driving rhythm, which made people call him the Zoot Sims of the baritone sax.

Tenor

  1. Trumpeter Jon Eardley and Zoot Sims on tenor occasionally made the group a sextet and in 1958 trumpeter Art Farmer was featured in Mulligan's Quartet. (Web site)

Ben Webster

  1. Philly, unhappy with the music, split with the group and joined the already established Ben Webster, Lee Konitz, Zoot Sims, Tony Scott, and Tadd Dameron.

Stan Getz

  1. The title also refers to the four musicians that played in the original version: Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Herbie Stewart, and Serge Chaloff.
  2. The new band featured a ''cooler'' sound, with such musicians as Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Clark Terry, and Oscar Pettiford. (Web site)
  3. Even relatively less well known players such as Sanford Gold hold their own in some distinguished company - Stan Getz, Paul Quinichette, and Zoot Sims. (Web site)

Cohn

  1. After two years in the army, he returned to Charlie Ventura's band, then worked with Gene Krupa, Stan Getz, and Zoot Sims and Al Cohn. (Web site)
  2. As a former sideman for Zoot Sims and Al Cohn, Ben Webster, Gene Krupa and more, the 76-year-old Frishberg is practically a one-man history of American jazz. (Web site)
  3. Mose went on to play and record with jazz greats Stan Getz, Al Cohn, Zoot Sims and Gerry Mulligan as well as with his own Mose Allison Trio.

Zoot Sims

  1. Cohn was initially known for playing in Woody Herman 's Second Herd as one of the Four Brothers, along with Zoot Sims, Stan Getz, and Serge Chaloff. (Web site)
  2. A cross-section of cuts matching Mulligan with most of the great sax players, among them Ben Webster, Paul Desmond, Stan Getz, Johnny Hodges, and Zoot Sims. (Web site)
  3. A totally original blending of Stan Getz, Al Cohn, and Zoot Sims with a smattering of Ben Webster and Paul Gonsalves, Allen's tone is brisk and clean. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Cohn
  2. Music > Jazz > Jazz Musicians > Stan Getz
  3. Jazz > Big Bands > Duke Ellington > Ben Webster
  4. Culture > Arts > Music > Tenor Saxophone
  5. Mulligan
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