We remember Art Farmer. ‘The State of Art’

This day (October 4, 1999), in New York, died Art Farmer, an American jazz trumpeter and flugelhorn player.


We remember Art Farmer. ‘The State of Art’

Digest Tracklist :

Blue Monk . w/ Milt Jackson, Benny Golson, Nhøp & Toots Thielemans – Bags Groove (1997) . w/ Gerry Mulligan & Lee Konitz – Godchild . w/ Lionel Hampton – How High The Moon + Sing, Sing, Sing (1988) . Petite Belle (1964) . Sometime Ago .

Tracklist :

Mox Nix . Like Someone In Love . Jubilation . The Touch of Your Lips . Darn That Dream . By Myself . Fair Weather . I Love You . The Very Thought of You . Cold Breeze .


Recorded on February 6, 9 & 10, 1960, Meet the Jazztet is an album by the Jazztet, led by trumpeter Art Farmer and saxophonist Benny Golson. >>


[1970] Dizzy Gillespie plays with the Kenny Clarke – Francy Boland Big Band – that is Tony Coe (as), Derek Humble (as), BIlly Mitchel (ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Sahib Shihab (bs), Benny Bailey (tp), Art Farmer (tp), Dusko Goycovich (tp), Idrees Sulieman (tp), Nat Peck (tb), Ake Persson (tb), Erik van Lier (tb), Francy Bolland (p), Jimmy Woode (b) & Kenny Clarke (d) – at Tivoli Gardens Concert Hall in Copenhagen, Denmark >> 54 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1964] you do not want to miss Art Farmer with Jim Hall at Jazz Casual on Public Television >> 29 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1981] Nancy Wilson sings accompanied by Benny Golson and Art Farmer at the Playboy Jazz Festival in the Hollywood Bowl >> 7 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1996] Milt Jackson (vb), Benny Golson (ts), Art Farmer (tp), Ulf Wakenius (g), Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen (b), Jonas Johansen (d), Kenny Kirkland (p), Toots Thielemans (harm) and Max Roach (d) will share the stage at Große Konzertscheue in Salzau, Germany for Jazzbaltica >> 73 MINUTES on RVM >>


Wikipedia : This day (October 4, 1999), in New York, died Art Farmer, an American jazz trumpeter and flugelhorn player.

@allaboutjazz : Then, in 1959, he became a co-leader of the Jazztet with Benny Golson, a group that remained together from 1959-’62 and was revived in the early ’80s. The Jazztet possibly enjoyed less success than it deserved. The unique combination of Farmer’s improvisational talent and leadership combined with Benny Golson‘s gift for composition and arrangement produced a number of world-class recordings.

@allmusic : Along with Clark Terry, Farmer helped to popularize the flügelhorn among brass players. His lyricism gave his bop-oriented style its own personality.

@last.fm : He began working out of Los Angeles from the mid-1940s, playing in the bands of Benny Carter and Jay McShann among others. In the mid 1950s he relocated to New York, and performed and recorded with Gigi Gryce, Horace Silver, Gerry Mulligan, and others.

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