End – Julian Priester
This Julian Priester composition seamlessly transitions from Latin to swing without an "end," giving it an appealingly unusual form. Lead sheets, second parts, and Julian Priester's trombone solo transcription available.
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- Recording: Juilan Priester - Keep Swingin'
- Recorded on: January 11, 1960
- Label: Riverside (RLP 120316)
- Concert Key: B-flat minor
- Vocal Range: , to
- Style: Latin/swing (medium)
- Trombone - Julian Priester
- Tenor Sax - Jimmy Heath
- Piano - Tommy Flanagan
- Bass - Sam Jones
- Drums - Elvin Jones
born on June 29, 1935
Julian Priester has brought a vital, spirited style of trombone playing to a wealth of artists, while contributing interesting compositions to the libraries of many of these groups. In his native Chicago, he played with bluesmen Muddy Waters and Bo Diddley, forward-looking bandleader Sun Ra, the master swing era vibist Lionel Hampton and blues-jazz singing marvel Dinah Washington. Read more...