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     Buddy Tate

Real Name: George Holmes Tate
Born: Feb 22, 1913 in Sherman, TX
Died: Feb 10, 2001 in Chandler, AZ
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Swing
Instruments: Sax (Tenor), Clarinet

One of the more individual tenors to emerge from the swing era, the distinctive Buddy Tate came to fame as Herschel Evans' replacement with Count Basie's Orchestra. Earlier he had picked up valuable experience playing with Terrence Holder (1930-1933), Count Basie's original Kansas City band (1934), Andy Kirk (1934-1935), and Nat Towles (1935-1939). With Basie a second time during 1939-1948, Tate held his own with such major tenors as Lester Young, Don Byas, Illinois Jacquet, Lucky Thompson, and Paul Gonsalves. After a period freelancing with the likes of Hot Lips Page, Lucky Millinder, and Jimmy Rushing (1950-1952), Tate led his own crowd-pleasing group for 21 years (1953-1974) at Harlem's Celebrity Club. During this period, Tate also took time out to record in a variety of setting (including with Buck Clayton and Milt Buckner) and he was the one of the stars of John Hammond's Spirituals to Swing concert of 1967. Tate kept busy after the Celebrity Club association ended, recording frequently, co-leading a band with Paul Quinichette in 1975, playing and recording in Canada with Jay McShann and Jim Galloway, visiting Europe many times, and performing at jazz parties; he was also a favorite sideman of Benny Goodman's in the late '70s. Although age had taken its toll, in the mid-'90s Buddy Tate played and recorded with both Lionel Hampton and the Statesmen of Jazz. Tate lived in N.Y. until January, 2001, when he moved to Phoenix, AZ, to live with his daughter. Buddy Tate died a few weeks later, on February 10.

-Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)

Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
www.jazzcanadiana.on.ca/_TATE.htm About
monkrowe.com/jazz/tate.html About
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=4814 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddy_Tate About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddy_Tate About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Buddy Tate - 'Broadway' - 1972, Black & Blue
 Buddy Tate - 'Tate Live' - 1986, Nagel Heyer
 Buddy Tate - 'The Texas Twister' - 1975, New World
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Al Cohn - 'Tour De Force' - 1981, Concord Jazz
  как соисполнитель ...
 Charlie Christian - 'Blues In B' - 2006, Le Chant du Monde
 Scott Hamilton - 'Back To Back' - 1979, Concord Jazz
 Lionel Hampton - 'Just Jazz: Live At The Blue Note' - 1992, Telarc
 Milt Hinton - 'Old Man Time' - 1990, Chiaroscuro Records
 Helen Humes - 'Helen Humes And The Muse All Stars' - 1994, Muse
 Helen Humes - 'On The Sunny Side Of The Street' - 1993, Black Lion
 Jay McShann - 'The Last Of The Blue Devils' - 1977, Koch Jazz, Collectables
 Jimmy Rushing - 'Every Day' - 1950, Vanguard
 Jimmy Rushing - 'Every Day I Have The Blues. Livin' The Blues' - 1999, Impulse!
 Jimmy Rushing - 'Oh Love' - 1958, Vanguard
 Jimmy Rushing - 'Rushing Lullabies' - 1959, Columbia, M&A Group, Landy Star
 Jimmy Rushing - 'The Essential Jimmy Rushing' - 1957, Vanguard
 Jimmy Rushing - 'Two Shades Of Blues' - 1999, Ember
 Shirley Scott - 'Memorial Album' - 1958, Prestige
 Charlie Shavers - 'It Feels Good' - 2002, History

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