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Real name: Milton John Hinton
Born: Jun 23, 1910 in Vicksburg, MS
Died: Dec 19, 2000 in Queens, NY
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Swing
Instruments: Bass

Bassist Milt Hinton probably appeared on more records than any other musician in the world, and he remained a vital figure in jazz even into his 80s. He grew up in Chicago and worked with many legendary figures from the late '20s to the mid-'30s, including Freddie Keppard, Jabbo Smith, Tiny Parham (with whom he made his recording debut in 1930), Eddie South, Fate Marable, and Zutty Singleton. He was with Cab Calloway's orchestra and his later small group during 1936-1951. Considered the best bassist before the rise of Jimmy Blanton in 1939, Hinton was featured on "Pluckin' the Bass" (1939) and was an ally of Dizzy Gillespie in modernizing Calloway's music.
After leaving Calloway, Hinton worked in clubs with Joe Bushkin, had brief stints with Count Basie and Louis Armstrong's All-Stars, and in 1954 became a staff musician at CBS, appearing on a countless number of recordings (jazz and otherwise) during the next 15 years; everything from Jackie Gleason mood music and polka bands, to commercials and Buck Clayton jam sessions. By the 1970s, Hinton was appearing regularly at jazz parties and festivals, and his activities did not slow down for the next two decades; in 1995, he toured with the Statesmen of Jazz. Although a modern soloist, Hinton also kept the art of slap bass alive. A very skilled photographer, Hinton released two books of his candid shots of jazz musicians, including one (Bass Line) which has his fascinating memoirs. Milt Hinton recorded as a leader for Bethlehem, Victor (both in 1955), Famous Door, Black & Blue, and Chiaroscuro, and as a sideman for virtually every label.

- Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)

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Хинтон Милт (р. 23 июня 1910, Виксберг, Миссисипи) - американский джазовый музыкант (контрабас). Представитель стиля свинг, модерн-джаза.

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МИЛТ ХИНТОН. Басист классического джаза, родился 23 июня 1910 г. в Виксбурге (шт. Миссисипи). Мать была преподавателем музыки и церковным органистом, и свои первые музыкальные уроки он брал у нее. Начинал играть на скрипке в 13 лет, перешел на бас во время учебы в средней школе в Чикаго и работал с Эдди Саутом в 1931 -36 г.г Затем с Эрскином Тэйтом, Зутти Синглтоном, а с 1936 по 1951 г.г. с биг-бэндом Кэба Кэллоуэя. В июле 1953 - феврале 1954 г.г. гастролировал с Луи Армстронгом, включая визит в Японию. С тех пор он был одним из наиболее занятых джазовых музыкантов в Нью-Йорке, включая 70-е и 80-е годы. Он также является хорошим джазовым фотографом.

Nat Shapiro, Nat Hentoff. "Hear Me Talkin' To Ya". Rinehart & Co Inc. New York. 1955


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=7646 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
www.milthinton.com/home.html Personal website. Biography, news
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milt_Hinton About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milt_Hinton About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
   
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
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 Milt Hinton - 'Laughing At Life' - 1994, Columbia
 Milt Hinton - 'Old Man Time' - 1990, Chiaroscuro Records
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 Bob Brookmeyer - 'Trombones Inc' - 2007, Poll Winners Records
 Cab Calloway - 'Cruisin' With Cab' - 1996, Drive Archive
 Cab Calloway - 'Hi De Ho Man' - 1974, Sony Music
 Benny Carter - 'Over The Rainbow' - 1989, Musicmasters
 Sam Cooke - 'Portrait Of A Legend (1951-1964)' - 2003, ABKCO Records
 Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis - 'The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions: Leapin' On Lenox' - 2002, Black & Blue
 Paul Desmond - 'Desmond Blue' - 1961, BMG
 Paul Desmond - 'Feeling Blue' - 1997, Camden
 Gil Evans - 'The Individualism Of Gil Evans' - 1964, Verve
 Aretha Franklin - 'The Great American Songbook' - 2011, Legacy
 Erroll Garner - 'That's My Kick And Gemini' - 1994, Telarc
 Dodo Greene - 'My Hour Of Need' - 1962, Blue Note
 Lionel Hampton - 'Dizzy Spells' - 1977, Jazz Hour, Jazz Time
 Lionel Hampton - 'Just Jazz: Live At The Blue Note' - 1992, Telarc
 Johnny Hartman - 'I Just Dropped By To Say Hello' - 1963, Galactic
 Johnny Hartman - 'Song From The Heart' - 1955, Bethlehem, Avenue Jazz
 Eddie Higgins - 'By Request' - 1986, Solo Art
 Johnny Hodges - 'Jazz Tribute No. 1, Vol. 1-2: 1965-1966' - 1979, RCA
 Johnny Hodges - 'Triple Play' - 1967, Bluebird, RCA
 Billie Holiday - 'Last Recording' - 1959, Verve
 J.J. Johnson - 'Complete Fifties Studio Recordings' - 2005, Lone Hill Jazz
 Elvin Jones - 'Time Capsule' - 1977, Universe
 Etta Jones - 'The Savoy Recordings' - 2007, Brilliant Jazz
 Hank Jones - 'Une Anthologie 1947-1956' - 2008, Nocturne, BDjazz
 Michel Legrand - 'Legrand Jazz' - 1959, Витаком
 Branford Marsalis - 'The Steep Anthology' - 2004, Sony, Columbia
 Johnny Mathis - 'Open Fire, Two Guitars' - 1959, Columbia
 Christian McBride - 'Gettin' To It' - 1994, Verve
 Helen Merrill - 'Helen Merrill With Clifford Brown' - 1955, EmArcy
 Charles Mingus - 'Let My Children Hear Music' - 1971, Columbia
 Wes Montgomery - 'Fusion! Wes Montgomery With Strings' - 1963, Riverside, OJC
 Gerry Mulligan - 'Play Phil Sunkel's Jazz Concerto Grosso' - 2006, Fresh Sound
 Claus Ogerman - 'A Man And His Music' - 2004, Verve
 Ike Quebec - 'A Proper Introduction To Ike Quebec: Blue Harlem' - 2013, Proper Records
 Ike Quebec - 'Art Of Ike Quebec' - 1992, Blue Note
 Ike Quebec - 'Ballads' - 1960, Blue Note
 Ike Quebec - 'Easy Living' - 1967, Blue Note
 Ike Quebec - 'Heavy Soul' - 1961, Blue Note
 Ike Quebec - 'It Might As Well Be Spring' - 1961, Blue Note
 Ike Quebec - 'The Complete Blue Note 45 Sessions Of Ike Quebec' - 2005, Blue Note
 Ike Quebec - 'The Strong Tenor Of Mister Quebec 1943-1946' - 2000, EPM
 Paul Quinichette - 'The Vice 'Pres'' - 2000, Verve, Emarcy
 Buddy Rich - 'The All Star Small Groups' - 2001, LRC Records
 Jimmy Rushing - 'Five Feet Of Soul' - 1963, Colpix
 George Russell - 'The Complete Bluebird Recordings' - 2005, Lone Hill Jazz
 Jimmy Smith - 'Hobo Flats. Keep On Comin'' - 2008, Verve
 Jimmy Smith - 'Jimmy Smith's Finest Hour' - 2002, Verve
 Eddie South - '1923-1937' - 1996, Classics
 Eddie South - 'Black Gipsy 1927-1941' - 2000, Frog
 Ralph Sutton - 'Last Of The Whorehouse Piano Players' - 1989, Chiaroscuro Records
 Ralph Sutton - 'Partners In Crime' - 1995, Sackville
 The Jay & Kai Trombone Octet - 'Jay And Kai + 6: The Jay And Kai Trombone Octet/J.J. In Person' - 1995, Collectables
 Various Artists - 'Nuggets Of The Golden Age Of Gospel 1945-1958' - 2009, JSP Records
 Various Artists - 'The Art Of Jazz' - 1999, Blue Note
 Eddie 'Cleanhead' Vinson - 'Kidney Stew' - 1996, Circle
 Dinah Washington - 'Dinah Washington: The Diva Series' - 2003, Verve
 Dinah Washington - 'Jazz 'Round Midnight: Dinah Washington' - 1993, Verve
 Dinah Washington - 'The Swingin' Miss 'D'' - 1956, EmArcy, Азбука Звука
 Dinah Washington - 'What A Diff'rence A Day Makes!' - 1959, Verve
 Bill Watrous - 'Bone Straight Ahead' - 1973, Progressive Records
 Ben Webster - 'The Soul Of Ben Webster' - 1995, Verve
 Bob Wilber - 'Summit Reunion' - 1990, Chiaroscuro Records
 Joe Williams - 'Me And The Blues' - 1995, RCA, Hdi
 Joe Williams - 'Music For Lovers' - 2007, Blue Note
 


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