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Going Out Ther Back Way - Johnny Hodges - Johnny Hodges And His Alto Sax (Vinyl, LP)


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  1. Johnny Hodges, the longtime lead alto saxophonist of the Duke Ellington Band, is one of my favorite musicians. Also known as “Rabbit”, Hodges instantly recognizable tone, vibrato and glissandi are basic ingredients any aspiring saxophonist must study. He is a master saxophonist, and my friend George Young, himself one of the greats on saxophone, once said to me, “There is no more perfect.
  2. The variety of musicians and group tones on this CD make it a great introduction to Mr. Alto, and the rarity of the tracks also makes it a great addition to anyone's existing collection. I count at least five different band lineups, featuring many musicians not normally associated with Johnny Hodges 5/5(2).
  3. Cornelius "Johnny" Hodges (July 25, – May 11, ) was an American alto saxophonist, best known for solo work with Duke Ellington's big band. He played lead alto in the saxophone section for many years. Hodges was also featured on soprano saxophone, but refused to play soprano after He is considered one of the definitive alto saxophone players of the big band era (along with.
  4. Jul 21,  · Johnny Hodges, American jazz saxophonist who was a featured soloist in Duke Ellington’s orchestra. Renowned for the beauty of his tone and his mastery of ballads, Hodges was among the most influential sax players in jazz history. He was featured on countless Ellington recordings, including ‘In a Sentimental Mood.’.
  5. American jazz saxophonist born 25 July , Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA died 11 May , New York City, New York, USA. He played in Duke Ellington And His Orchestra for many years and had his own band between and Also performed on and off in several other jazz bands.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Passion Flower / Going Out The Back Way on Discogs. Label: Bluebird (3) - • Format: Shellac 10 Johnny Hodges And Orchestra* - Passion Flower / Going Out The Back Way (, Shellac) | Discogs.
  7. RCA Victor ‎– LPT Johnny Hodges ‎– Johnny Hodges And His Alto Sax. After beginning his career as a teenager in Boston, Hodges began to travel to New York and played with Lloyd Scott, Sidney Bechet, Luckey Roberts and Chick bottlepatbackmired.minddabrodatlelaliletpharigothin.co date: Jul 13,
  8. Johnny Hodges coaxed the most ravishing and immediately identifiable tone out of Adolph Sax's somewhat unwieldy invention. These recordings embrace blues and ballads, plus the sort of riffing that recalls the Duke. That's hardly surprising because having been one of the mainstays of Ellington's Orchestra for 22 years, Hodges left in /5(26).

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