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     Benny Bailey
 
 

Born: Ernest Harold Bailey on Aug 13, 1925 in Cleveland, OH
Died: Apr 15, 2005 in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Bop, Hard Bop
Instruments: Trumpet

It is a bit ironic that Benny Bailey is best known for his contributions to the famous Eddie Harris/Les McCann Swiss Movement album, since he admitted later on that he did not care for the funky music. An extroverted and highly expressive player who mostly appeared in boppish settings, Bailey's longtime residence in Europe resulted in him gaining less fame (although probably more work) than if he had spent more time in the U.S.

Bailey had some training on piano and flute early in his career, switched permanently to trumpet, and studied at the Cleveland Conservatory of Music. In the early 1940s, he played with groups led by Bull Moose Jackson and Scatman Crothers. After gigging with Jay McShann, he was with Dizzy Gillespie's big band from 1947-48, and then became a key member of the Lionel Hampton Orchestra (1948-53). The trumpeter left Hampton during a European tour, settling overseas. He spent a long period in Sweden, working with Harry Arnold's big band (1957-59), recording with Stan Getz and touring with Quincy Jones (1959). A brief visit to the United States in 1960 (during which he recorded a near-classic album for Candid, Big Brass) was followed by his relocation to Germany. Bailey worked steadily, recording with Eric Dolphy in 1961, being featured with the Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Band, touring with George Gruntz's Concert Jazz band, and in 1986 he became a member of the Paris Reunion Band. In addition to the Candid date, Bailey led sessions for many European labels, including Sonet, Metronome, Saba, Freedom, Enja, Ego, Hot House and Gemini, plus an American set in 1978 for Jazzcraft. But it is his explosive solos on "Cold Duck Time" and "Compared to What" from the Harris/McCann concert (now also available on video) that made him most famous. Bailey recorded a well-received tribute to Louis Armstrong titled The Satchmo Legacy in 2000 and maintained an active touring schedule. The veteran trumpeter passed away April 15, 2005 at his home in Amsterdam.

- Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
www.trumpetguild.org/news/news05/387bailey.htm Biography
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=3567 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benny_Bailey About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benny_Bailey About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Benny Bailey - 'Big Brass' - 1987, Candid
 Benny Bailey - 'Mirrors' - 1975, Rearward
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Idrees Sulieman - 'Swiss Radio Days, Vol. 25' - 2011, TCB
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 Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra - 'Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra' - 1990, ECM
 Kenny Clarke - 'Now Hear Our Meanin: The Complete 1963 Recordings' - 2009, Jazz Lips
 Kenny Clarke - 'Our Kinda Strauss' - 1999, Rearward
 Kenny Clarke - 'Two Originals: All Blues. Sax No End' - 1994, MPS Records
 Eric Dolphy - 'Berlin Concerts' - 1961, Enja
 Eric Dolphy - 'Candid Dolphy' - 1960, Candid
 Dexter Gordon - 'Sophisticated Giant' - 1979, Legacy, Columbia
 Max Greger - 'Night Train. Swing & Jazz Forever' - Diverse
 Eddie Harris - 'The Artist's Choice: The Eddie Harris Anthology' - 1993, Rhino
 Quincy Jones - 'Q Live In Paris Circa 1960' - 1996, Warner Bros.
 Quincy Jones - 'The Great Wide World Of Quincy Jones (The Studio & Live Sessions)' - 2009, Lone Hill Jazz
 Les McCann - 'Swiss Movement' - 1969, Warner, Atlantic
 


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