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     Tony Coe
 
 

Born: Nov 29, 1934 in Canterbury, England
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Hard Bop, Post-Bop
Instruments: Sax (Tenor), Sax (Soprano), Sax (Alto), Clarinet

An adventurous and flexible improviser, Tony Coe has long been one of England's top jazzmen. He has performed in settings ranging from straight-ahead bop and borderline Dixieland to post-bop and free, keeping his own strong musical personality intact throughout his career. Coe started on clarinet and was self-taught on tenor. He performed in an Army band during 1953-1956 and played with Humphrey Lyttelton's mainstream group during 1957-1962. After heading his own band (1962-1964), Coe was offered a spot with Count Basie's Orchestra, but difficulties with immigration foiled that opportunity.

Coe's versatility was clearly in evidence by the late '60s. In addition to playing with John Dankworth's big band (1966-1969) and the Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Orchestra (1967-1973), he also worked with Derek Bailey's very avant-garde Company, Stan Tracey, and several of his own groups. Associations with the United Jazz and Rock Ensemble and with the Mike Gibbs big band were also beneficial. Coe, whose tenor is well-featured during Henry Mancini's Pink Panther films, has also written advanced works for orchestras. In 1995, he won the Danish Jazzpar Prize. Influenced most by Paul Gonsalves on tenor, in addition to being a very fluent clarinetist, Coe has led sessions for a variety of European labels including Nixa, Phillips, Columbia, 77, Nato, Hat Art, and Hot House.

-Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
www.zahzah.com/artists/coet.htm About
www.twocatscan.co.uk/htmlfiles/abouttony.html About
www.jazzpar.dk/Prize_Winners/tony_coe.html About
   
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
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 Benny Bailey - 'Mirrors' - 1975, Rearward
 Caravan - 'For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night' - 1973, Decca
 Kenny Clarke - 'Our Kinda Strauss' - 1999, Rearward
 Kenny Clarke - 'Two Originals: All Blues. Sax No End' - 1994, MPS Records
 James Emery - 'Transformations' - 2003, Between the Lines
 Franz Koglmann - 'A White Line' - 1990, hatART
 Kenny Wheeler - 'Windmill Tilter (The Story Of Don Quixote)' - 1969, Beat Goes On
 Norma Winstone - 'Somewhere Called Home' - 2001, ECM
 


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