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Buddy Tate, Harry ;Sweets; Edison*, Roy Williams (3), Brian Lemon - After Dark (CD, Album)

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  1. Harry "Sweets" Edison (October 10, – July 27, ) was an American jazz trumpeter and a member of the Count Basie Orchestra. Born in Columbus, Ohio, Ed.
  2. The Count Basie Band, , Apollo Theatre, NY Harry 'Sweets' Edison (back row, 2nd from right). Photo by M. Smith from The Big Bands by George T. Simon At eight years old, Harry was too young to be allowed inside, so he’d stand out on the pavement in front of the local dance hall and listen to the music coming from a couple of banjos, a.
  3. Both tenor saxophonist Buddy Tate and trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison were still in near-prime form at the time these two sessions (reissued on a Progressive CD) were recorded. Tate is well showcased on both dates, quintet outings with Edison or (for four of the dozen selections) trombonist Roy Williams and European rhythm sections led by drummer Ted Easton.8/
  4. Feb 24,  · Harry "Sweets" Edison shares memories of Count Basie, the learning process in jazz, the importance of playing for dancers, and the vital s NYC jazz scene. Use of .
  5. Share your thoughts on the Harry "Sweets" Edison Band with the community: Missing lyrics by Harry "Sweets" Edison? Know any other songs by Harry "Sweets" Edison?
  6. Harry Tate, Actor: Motoring. Harry Tate born Ronald Hutchison in Scotland in Tate worked for Harry Tate & Sons, Sugar Refiners before going on the theatre, and took his stage name from them. British comedian, made his stage debut at the Oxford Music Hall in , becoming a highly well-known impressionist of popular music hall stars such as Dan Leno, Eugene Stratton.
  7. Henry "Red" Allen / Buck Clayton / Harry "Sweets" Edison / Roy Eldridge Primary Artist, Trumpet, Performer, Composer
  8. Buddy Tate. Saxophonist. For the Record . Selected discography. Sources. For more than seven decades, Texas-bred George “ Buddy ” Tate graced the American jazz scene with his hard-blowing tenor saxophone style. A resilient tone with high register inflections in the so-called “ Texas tenor ” sound distinguished Tate among his swing era colleagues. He was a member of the Count Basie.
  9. Trumpeter Harry Edison () was given the nickname “Sweets” by tenor saxophonist Lester Young when both were in the Basie band. The name perfectly fit the way that Edison bent notes and the feeling that he put into each solo. He became renowned for his ability to say the most by playing the least, often repeating the same note for.

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