Spotlight on Jazz and Poetry


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In the 70 years that he was with us, Freddie Hubbard, was

known primarily for one thing: playing the trumpet harder, faster

and with more pure chops than virtually anyone else who ever

picked up the horn. Hubbard was regaled as the most prolific, the

most prodigious, the most celebrated, and probably the longest-

lasting trumpet king of what came to be known as the hard bop

era, performing a style of jazz that has exerted a

disproportionately large influence on the young jazzmen of the

Marsalis generation and beyond.

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Clayton „Bigtrigger” Corley, Sr.
Host/Producer
Spotlight On Jazz And Poetry
http://www.sojpradio.com

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