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 RE: Clarinet CDs
Author: Daniel 
Date:   1999-08-10 00:37



angella wrote:
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actually..... if you want something fun, richard stoltzman's New York Counterpoint album is really cool. some of the songs are cheeze, but some are really fun. it's really the only thing of his i like.
i also just listened to a big band cd (if you like that sort) with big's like eddie daniels, doc sevreson (spelling?) ed shaunnesy, dave brubek- it's a great c.d and eddie has some great moments. i loved it.

go eddie daniels!


While i admire Eddie's ability, his personality really bites. And i don't like alot of his newer stuff. It all kinda blends together. So i listen to a couple of albums when i just wanna wind down, and don't feel like getting out some of my more favorite vinyl instead.

Should try listening to Paul Desmond and his Quintet/Quartet, Jerry Mulligan and his various ensembles. Buddy Defranco in his early small combo work... and such. Mulligan and Desmond weren't clarinet players obviously, but they were still great sax players. Very nice work, and Buddy is fabulous. If you can find a recording of Stan Hasselgard (i know there are a few imported CDs from Sweden or the Netherlands), he was also a faboulous player. If he hadn't died in an automobile accident at the age of 26, he probably would have rivaled Buddy in the 40's and 50's.

If you like big band stuff, Woody Herman is often looked over, even by clarinetists. They usually only think of BG, Artie Shaw or Pete Fountain. And Shaw is often not known by youngin's either. And from Woody's band, Stan Getz, Al Cohn and Zoot Sims also became wonderful combo players. "Getz Au Go Go" is a great Bossa Nova album.

Anyway.. these are just a few names off the top of my head of my favorite sax and/or clarinet jazzers.

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