I Remember Harlem - David Roy Eldridge* - Roy Eldridge And His Little Jazz (Vinyl)

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  1. David Roy Eldridge (January 30, – February 26, ), nicknamed "Little Jazz", was an American jazz trumpet player. His sophisticated use of harmony, including the use of tritone substitutions, his virtuosic solos exhibiting a departure from the dominant style of jazz trumpet innovator Louis Armstrong, and his strong impact on Dizzy Gillespie mark him as one of the most influential.
  2. I Remember Harlem, a song by Roy Eldridge / King David & His Little Jazz on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics prokalmiperredsbunk.skinlichecknasenaterapeanouscirrdi.co Duration: 2 min.
  3. Roy Eldridge was one of the era's heroes, and he even had a sobriquet to prove it: "Little Jazz" (referring to is physical stature, not his jazz productivity). He was briefly a leader of his own band but better known as a jazz star in demand by other, more popular, band leaders.5/5(2).
  4. Roy Eldridge ‎– And His "Little Jazz" Label: Jazz Connoisseur (2) ‎– , Sony Music ‎– , Disques Vogue ‎– L.D. , Legacy ‎– /5(2).
  5. One of the most exciting trumpeters to emerge during the swing era, Roy Eldridge's combative approach, chance-taking style and strong musicianship were an inspiration (and an influence) to the next musical generation, most notably Dizzy Gillespie. Although he sometimes pushed himself farther than he could go, Eldridge never played a dull solo. Roy Eldridge started out playing trumpet and drums.
  6. Roy Eldridge, American trumpeter, one of the great creative musicians of the s. A child prodigy, Eldridge began his professional career in when, on New Year’s Eve, he played the drums in his elder brother’s band. He went to New York City in and played in the trumpet sections of bands.
  7. Roy "Little Jazz" Eldridge was the living, breathing embodiment of what jazz has always stood for. Friendly and funny, fiery and eloquent, well-versed in tradition, and more than able to joust with young innovators on their newly defined turf, Eldridge's most important stylistic descendent was Dizzy prokalmiperredsbunk.skinlichecknasenaterapeanouscirrdi.co , Proper Records released Little Jazz: Trumpet Giant, a four-CD grab bag.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Little Jazz Giant on Discogs.

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