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Also Known As: Richard Allen Mitchell
Born: March 13, 1930 in Miami, FL
Died: May 21, 1979 in Los Angeles, CA
Genre: Jazz Vocal
Styles: Hard Bop, Jazz Instrument, Mainstream Jazz, Post-Bop, Standards, Trumpet Jazz

Owner of a direct, lightly swinging, somewhat plain-wrapped tone that fit right in with the Blue Note label's hard bop ethos of the 1960s, Blue Mitchell tends to be overlooked today perhaps because he never really stood out vividly from the crowd, despite his undeniable talent. After learning the trumpet in high school - where he got his nickname - he started touring in the early '50s with the R&B bands of Paul Williams, Earl Bostic, and Chuck Willis before returning to Miami and jazz. There, he attracted the attention of Cannonball Adderley, with whom he recorded for Riverside in 1958. That year, he joined the Horace Silver Quintet, with whom he played and recorded until the band's breakup in March 1964, polishing his hard bop skills. During his Silver days, Mitchell worked with tenor Junior Cook, bassist Gene Taylor, drummer Roy Brooks, and various pianists as a separate unit and continued recording as a leader for Riverside. When Silver disbanded, Mitchell's spinoff quintet carried on with Al Foster replacing Brooks and a young future star named Chick Corea in the piano chair. This group, with several personnel changes, continued until 1969, recording a string of albums for Blue Note. Probably aware that opportunities for playing straight-ahead jazz were dwindling, Mitchell became a prolific pop and soul session man in the late '60s, and he toured with Ray Charles from 1969 to 1971 and blues/rock guitarist John Mayall in 1971-1973. Having settled in Los Angeles, he also played big-band dates with Louie Bellson, Bill Holman, and Bill Berry; made a number of funk and pop/jazz LPs in the late '70s; served as principal soloist for Tony Bennett and Lena Horne; and kept his hand in hard bop by playing with Harold Land in a quintet. He continued to freelance in this multifaceted fashion until his premature death from cancer at age 49.

- Richard S. Ginell (All Music Guide)


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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Blue Mitchell - 'A Sure Thing' - 1962, OJC
 Blue Mitchell - 'African Violet. Summer Soft' - 1977, Verve
 Blue Mitchell - 'Blue Mitchell Live' - 1976, Just Jazz
 Blue Mitchell - 'Blue's Moods' - 1960, JVC
 Blue Mitchell - 'Down With It!' - 1965, Blue Note
 Blue Mitchell - 'Plays For Lovers' - 2003, Riverside Records
 Blue Mitchell - 'Smooth As The Wind' - 1961, OJC
 Blue Mitchell - 'The Cup Bearers' - 1963, OJC
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Harold Land - 'Mapenzi' - 1990, Concord Jazz
  как соисполнитель ...
 Julian 'Cannonball' Adderley - 'Portrait Of Cannonball' - 1958, Riverside, OJC
 Bill Berry - 'Hello Rev' - 1976, Concord Jazz
 Tina Brooks - 'Back To The Tracks' - 1960, Blue Note
 Junior Cook - 'Junior's Cookin'' - 1961, OJC
 Tadd Dameron - 'The Magic Touch' - 1992, OJC, Riverside
 Grant Green - 'The Original Jam Master, Vol. 2: For The Funk Of It' - 2001, Blue Note
 Bobby Hutcherson - 'Montara' - 1975, Blue Note
 Abdullah Ibrahim - 'Blues For A Hip King' - 1988, Kaz
 Sam Jones - 'Down Home' - 1962, OJC
 Sam Jones - 'Something In Common' - 1977, Muse
 Sam Jones - 'The Chant' - 1961, OJC
 Sam Jones - 'The Soul Society' - 1960, OJC
 John Mayall - 'Rolling With The Blues' - 2003, Shakedown Records
 Jackie McLean - 'Jackie's Bag' - 1959, Blue Note
 Melvin Rhyne - 'Organ-izing' - 1960, OJC
 Freddie Roach - 'Good Move!' - 2000, Blue Note
 Charlie Rouse - 'Takin' Care Of Business' - 1960, Original Jazz Classics
 Horace Silver - 'Doin' The Thing (At The Village Gate)' - 1961, Blue Note
 Horace Silver - 'Finger Poppin' With The Horace Silver Quintet' - 1959, Blue Note
 Horace Silver - 'He Best Of Horace Silver, Vol. 1 (Blue Note Years)' - 1988, Blue Note
 Horace Silver - 'Paris Blues, 1962' - 2002, Pablo Records, JVC Victor
 Horace Silver - 'Senor Blues: 1955-1959' - 1998, Giants Of Jazz
 Horace Silver - 'Silver's Serenade' - 1963, Blue Note
 Horace Silver - 'The Baghdad Blues 1959' - 1996, Giants Of Jazz
 Horace Silver - 'The Tokyo Blues' - 1962, Blue Note
 Stanley Turrentine - 'A Bluish Bag' - 2007, Blue Note
 Stanley Turrentine - 'A Chip Off The Old Block' - 1963, Blue Note
 Stanley Turrentine - 'Music For Lovers' - 2006, Blue Note
 Stanley Turrentine - 'Return Of The Prodigal Son' - 1967, Blue Note
 Stanley Turrentine - 'Rough 'N' Tumble' - 1966, Blue Note
 Cedar Walton - 'Spectrum' - 1969, Prestige Records
 Dinah Washington - 'Dinah Washington Sings Bessie Smith' - 1958, EmArcy
 Jimmy Witherspoon - 'Spoonful' - 1975, Blue Note, Galactic
 Joe Zawinul - 'Concerto Retitled' - 1970, Wounded Bird
 Joe Zawinul - 'The Rise & Fall Of The Third Stream. Money In The Pocket' - 1994, Rhino, Atlantic
 


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