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Curtis Fuller - Remastered Collection Vol. 3 (2015)

4-06-2015, 23:50
Music | Jazz

Curtis Fuller - Remastered Collection Vol. 3 (2015)

Artist: Curtis Fuller
Title Of Album: Remastered Collection Vol. 3
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz
Label: J. Joes J. Edizioni Musicali
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 54:52
Total Size: 128 MB
Covers: Front

01. Fuss Budget (Remastered 2015) (7:45)
02. Oatmeal Cookie (Remastered 2015) (4:37)
03. Da-Baby (Remastered 2015) (7:30)
04. Down Home (Remastered 2015) (4:02)
05. C.T.A. (Remastered 2015) (5:05)
06. When Lights Are Low (Remastered 2015) (6:53)
07. (I Wonder) Where Our Love Has Gone (Remastered 2015) (5:48)
08. Bongo Bop (Remastered 2015) (7:46)
09. Bit Of Heaven (Remastered 2015) (5:22)

Curtis DuBois Fuller (born December 15, 1934, Detroit) is an American jazz trombonist, known as a member of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and contributor to many classic jazz recordings.

Fuller's Jamaican-born parents died when he was young; he was raised in an orphanage. While in Detroit he was a schoolfriend of Paul Chambers and Donald Byrd, and also knew Tommy Flanagan, Thad Jones and Milt Jackson. After army service between 1953 and 1955 (when he played in a band with Chambers and brothers Cannonball and Nat Adderley), Fuller joined the quintet of Yusef Lateef, another Detroit musician. In 1957 the quintet moved to New York, and Fuller recorded his first sessions as a leader for Prestige Records.

Alfred Lion of Blue Note Records first heard Fuller playing with Miles Davis in the late 1950s, and featured him as a sideman on record dates led by Sonny Clark and John Coltrane; Fuller's work on the latter's Blue Train album is probably his best-known recorded performance.[citation needed] Fuller led four dates for Blue Note, though one of these, an album with Slide Hampton, was not issued for many years. Other sideman appearances over the next decade included work on albums under the leadership of Bud Powell, Jimmy Smith, Wayne Shorter, Lee Morgan and Joe Henderson (a former room mate at Wayne State University in 1956).

Fuller was also the first trombonist to be a member of the Art Farmer-Benny Golson Jazztet, later becoming the sixth man in Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers in 1961, staying with Blakey until 1965. In the early 1960s, Fuller recorded two albums as a leader for Impulse! Records, having also recorded for Savoy Records and Epic after his obligations to Blue Note had ended. In the late 1960s, he was part of Dizzy Gillespie's band that also featured Foster Elliott. Fuller went on to tour with Count Basie and also reunited with Blakey and Golson. In 2007 Fuller was named an NEA Jazz Master.

Fuller continues to perform and record, and is a faculty member of the New York State Summer School of the Arts (NYSSSA) School of Jazz Studies (SJS)

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