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Examples of "jon_faddis"
Oscar Peterson and Jon Faddis is a 1975 (see 1975 in music) studio album by Oscar Peterson, featuring Jon Faddis.
2005 Phil Woods, Peter King, Jon Faddis, Marty Grosz
The uncredited horn section on "Allergies" and "Cars Are Cars" are Mark Rivera (saxophone), Jon Faddis & Alan Rubin (trumpets)
In 2006, the Jon Faddis Quartet released the CD "Teranga" (Koch Records, now E1), featuring guests including Clark Terry, Russell Malone, Gary Smulyan, and Frank Wess.
Jon & Billy is an album by trumpeter Jon Faddis and saxophonist Billy Harper recorded in Japan in 1974 and originally released on the Japanese Trio label.
Oh No grew up in a musical family, the younger brother of hip hop artist Madlib, son of singer Otis Jackson, and nephew of jazz trumpeter Jon Faddis.
She has worked with Clark Terry, Slide Hampton, Ron Carter, Jon Faddis, Wayne Shorter, T. S. Monk, MacArthur Fellow Regina Carter, and Terri Lyne Carrington.
Oscar Peterson and the Trumpet Kings – Jousts is a 1974 album by Oscar Peterson, consisting of duets with the trumpeters Harry "Sweets" Edison, Jon Faddis, Clark Terry, Roy Eldridge and Dizzy Gillespie. Peterson had recently recorded individual albums with each of the trumpeters, released as "Oscar Peterson and Dizzy Gillespie" (1974), "Oscar Peterson and Roy Eldridge" (1974), "Oscar Peterson and Harry Edison" (1974), "Oscar Peterson and Clark Terry" (1975), and "Oscar Peterson and Jon Faddis" (1975).
Gardner has gone on to work with such jazz notables as the late Dizzy Gillespie, George Benson, Jon Faddis, Nancy Wilson, Tony Bennett, Joe Williams, Rufus Reid, Clark Terry, Kenny Barron, Stefon Harris and James Moody.
Montague has worked with Calvin Jones, Chip White, Christian McBride, Earl May, Jimmy Heath, John Farnsworth, Jon Faddis, Kenny Washington, Lou Donaldson, Mike Longo, Norman Simmons, Paul Bollenback, Peter Washington, and Red Holloway.
Windjammer is an album recorded in 1976 by jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. It was released on the Columbia label and features performances by Hubbard, Jon Faddis, Michael Brecker, Bob James, George Cables Steve Khan and Eric Gale.
They have recorded and performed with such jazz artist as Emil Richards, David Liebman, Rufus Reid, John Clayton, Eddie Daniels, Steve Turre, Randy Brecker, Michael Abene, Jon Faddis, and Benny Golson.
Sarah Vaughan, Joe Williams, Tania Maria, Wynton Marsalis Quintet, Mel Tormé, Bobby McFerrin, Bo Diddley, Irma Thomas, and Bobby Hutcherson Percussion Ensemble, Jon Faddis Band, and the Buddy Rich Band
Clapton's studio band for the album included drummer/vocalist Collins; bassist Nathan East and keyboard player Greg Phillinganes; saxophonist Michael Brecker, trumpeters Randy Brecker and Jon Faddis, and trombone player Dave Bargeron.
The film score was composed and conducted by Jerry Fielding featuring soloists Art Pepper and Jon Faddis and the soundtrack album was released on the Warner Bros. label in 1978.
In 2011, Barnett relocated to New York City, to pursue a Master of Music degree. Since moving she has performed with the likes of Darcy James Argue's "Secret Society", Ralph Alessi's SIM Big Band and Jon Faddis.
The band backing Diana includes jazz giants Roy Hargrove, Ron Carter, Jon Faddis, and Urbie Greene, among others. Upon release, the album reached the Top 10 on "Billboard"'s jazz chart, peaking at number two.
Land of Make Believe is the eighth album by jazz artist Chuck Mangione. The title song is sung by Esther Satterfield. It also features Mangione's older brother Gap Mangione and jazz trumpet player Jon Faddis.
-Appeared as a member of the group Trumpet Jazz Summit - 1999 in Marsiac, France - with Clark Terry, Benny Bailey, Jon Faddis, Wynton Marsalis, Terrell Stafford, Roy Hargrove and Nicholas Payton.
Madlib was born in Oxnard, California to musician parents Otis Jackson, Sr. and Dora Sinesca Jackson. His younger brother is the producer and rapper Michael 'Oh No' Jackson. His uncle is the jazz trumpeter Jon Faddis. He was raised in Oxnard, where he began his music career.