Roy Eldridge performs four songs while backed by pianist Jaki Byard, bassist Richard Davis and drummer Alan Dawson; on "Perdido" fellow trumpeters Bobby Hackett and Clark Terry sit in. Dizzy Gillespie plays two obscure numbers with his quintet of the time (with James Moody on tenor and flute) while Buck Clayton heads an octet on "St. Louis Blues" that also includes Buddy (not Bunny as it says in the scanty liner notes) Tate and trombonist Dickie Wells. The performances are quite enjoyable, obscure and well-recorded
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100 Greatest Jazz Trumpeters. Criteria: These musicians were chosen for their originality, versatility, impact and influence within the genre. For their innovations & the technical ability for improvisation and musical expression in addition to their compositional skill & creative inspiration. Last Updated: 2005-08-09. 1. Louis Armstrong 2. Miles Davis 3. Dizzy Gillespie 4. Clifford Brown 5. Lee Morgan 6. Roy Eldridge 7. Freddie Hubbard 8. Donald Byrd 9. Bix Biederbecke 10. Fats Navarro 11. Harry James 12.
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Roy Eldridge is one of the most important virtuoso trumpeters in the history of jazz. As a solo artist and featured soloist his widely acclaimed style strongly influenced a generation of swing trumpeters in the 1930s and 1940s and paved the way for bebop innovators Dizzy Gillespie, Kenny Dorham and Dexter Gordon. Roy Eldridge is ranked as one of the top three most important jazz trumpeters with Louie Armstrong and Dizzy Gillespie. He was a technical master who played with fiery emotion. With his intense drive and great talent he was highly respected by the masters of jazz. And there's no use wondering how high Roy can go on his trumpet, because he can go higher than that. His first major solo album, Roy Eldridge, Little Jazz Trumpet Giant released in 1935 made him a much in demand swing trumpeter.
THE ''Generations of Jazz'' series brought trumpeters to the Village Gate on Sunday - Clark Terry, Randy Brecker, Michael Mossman and Johnny Carisi, along with a speech by the trumpeter Roy (Little Jazz) Eldridge. The series, designed to expose new jazz talent alongside well-known players, is sponsored by the New York local of the American Federation of Musicians; between sets, the union awarded Mr. Eldridge a well-deserved plaque for lifetime achievement. 'I'm glad I kept my dues up,'' he said. The concert was a genial jam session. To close each segment, the trumpeters paid tribute to Mr. Eldridge, with the trumpet-section part of the Gene Krupa Band's ''After You've Gone'' and an affectionate statement of ''Little Jazz,'' in which Mr. Terry pointed his fluegelhorn directly toward Mr. Eldridge.
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