We remember Bob Brookmeyer. ‘Big Band Man’

This day (December 15, 2011), in New London, New Hampshire,, died Bob Brookmeyeran American jazz valve trombonist, pianist, arranger and composer.

DIGEST

Digest Tracklist :

w/ John Scofield – Moonlight in Vermont . w/ Jim Hall . w/ The Clark Terry Quintet (1965) . w/ Gerry Mulligan – Walking Shoes (1956) .

TOP 10

Bob Brookmeyer Top 10 :

A Felicidade . Misty . Skylark . Jive Hoot . Sometime Ago . I’ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face . Samba De Orfeu . Who Cares . The Wrinkle . Pretty Girl .

MORE VIDEOS

[1967] you do not want to miss the Thad Jones – Mel Lewis Orchestra – that is Thad Jones (cornet); Snooky Young, Richard Williams, Randy Brecker, Danny Moore (tp); Garnett Brown, Benny Powell, Jimmy Knepper, Bob Brookmeyer (tb); Jerry Dodgion (as); Jerome Richardson (as, ss); Seldon Powell, Eddie Daniels (ts); Pepper Adams (bs); Roland Hanna (p); Richard Davis (b); Mel Lewis (d ) at Jazz Casual on NET >> 29 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1961] you do not want to miss Gerry Mulligan (bs), Bob Brookmeyer (tb), Wyatt Ruther (b) and Gus Johnson (d) at Jazz Casual on NET >> 29 MINUTES on RVM >>

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Wikipedia : This day (December 15, 2011), in New London, New Hampshire,, died Bob Brookmeyeran American jazz valve trombonist, pianist, arranger and composer.

Official Website : Leaving Stan Getz in 1954 he joined Gerry Mulligan, replacing Chet Baker, producing the ‘Paris Concerts’ and beginning a partnership that lasted until Mulligan’s death.

@allmusic : In 2008, he explored his deep interest in classical music with Music for String Quartet and Orchestra. He wrote innovative big-band compositions and was highly regarded as a teacher

@last.fm : But he was best known for his writing, especially his arrangements for big bands, which at their best captured the spirit of past masters like Duke Ellington and Count Basie while remaining thoroughly contemporary.

@Discogs :

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