Clifford Brown

Clifford Brown (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.30 de santuaine 1930 - 26 lampadas 1956), connottu puru cun s'isunzu "Brownie," fit unu trumbetista de jazz e unu cumposidore americanu. Clifford Brown est mortu ind un incidente de machina, umpare a sa muzere e a su pianista de su gruppu Richie Powell (frade de Bud Powell), andende dae Filadelfia a Chicago. Est mortu appenas a 25 annos daboi de solu 4 annos de attividade de registraziones, eppuru at esercitadu una influenzia manna in meda trumbetistas comente Donald Byrd, Lee Morgan, Freddie Hubbard e Wynton Marsalis.

Cumponimentos musicalesModìfica

  • Joy Spring
  • Daahoud
  • Bones for Jones
  • George's Dilemma
  • Gerkin for Perkin
  • Sandu
  • Swingin'
  • Tiny Capers
  • Brownie Speaks
  • LaRue
  • Blues Walk
  • All Weird
  • Goofin' With Me
  • Clifford’s Axe
  • I Should Have To Told You Goodbye
  • I’m the One
  • Jumpin’ the Blues
  • Long as You’re Living
  • The Best Thing for You Is Me
  • Two Hearts That Pass in the Night
  • When We’re Alone


Comente e leaderModìfica

  • Clifford Brown: Jazz Immortal (Pacific Jazz, 1954, Rudy Van Gelder remastering, 2001)
  • New Star On The Horizon (Blue Note 1953)
  • Memorial Album (Blue Note, 1953)
  • Brownie: The Complete EmArcy Recordings of Clifford Brown (Verve)
  • Clifford Brown (Verve; selections from Brownie)
  • Brown and Roach Incorporated (EmArcy, 1954)
  • Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown (EmArcy, 1954)
  • Study in Brown (EmArcy, 1955)
  • Clifford Brown and Max Roach (EmArcy, 1955)
  • At Basin Street (EmArcy, 1956)
  • The Clifford Brown Sextet in Paris {Prestige, 1953)
  • Clifford Brown with Strings (EmArcy, 1955)
  • The Clifford Brown Big Band in Paris (Prestige, 1953)
  • Daahoud (Mainstream Records, 1972)
  • Live at the Bee Hive (with Max Roach; Columbia Records, 1979)
  • Alone Together: The Best of the Mercury Years (Mercury, 1995)

Comente partecipanteModìfica

  • Art Blakey Quintet: A Night at Birdland Vol. 1, Vol. 2, & Vol. 3 (Blue Note, 1954)
  • J.J. Johnson: The Eminent J.J. Johnson Vol. 1 (Blue Note, 1953)