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Waymon Reed (January 10, 1940, Fayetteville, North Carolina - November 25, 1983, Nashville, Tennessee) was an American jazz trumpeter. While he was principally a bebop soloist, he also worked in rhythm and blues (R&B). He was married from 1978 to 1981 to singer Sarah Vaughan. Reed attended the Eastman School of Music and then played R&B with Ira Sullivan. 1977: 46th And 8th (Artists House). Basic Basie (MPS, 1969).
Waymon Reed (January 10, 1940, Fayetteville, North Carolina - November 25, 1983, Nashville, Tennessee) was an American jazz trumpeter YouTube Encyclopedic Discography.
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Waymon Reed "46th & 8th" The lone '79 leader date from Reed, who had been on the scene since the late 60's (Mostly in Basie's or James Brown's band), is featured here with Jimmy Forrest on Tenor, and Ella's rhythm section of Tommy Flanagan, Keter Betts, and Bobby Durham. His trumpet tone is light, clean, and lyrical, very pretty. The album sold 122,000 copies during its first week on release, giving the band a second US chart topper following 2000's 'Kid A', which sold an initial 207,000 copies. 2013, Claude Nobs the founder and general manager of the Montreux Jazz Festival died aged 76. During a 1971 Frank Zappa concert, at the Montreux Casino the venue caught fire.
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|A1||Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Written-By – Bob Russell, Duke Ellington
Written-By – Charlie Parker
|B1||46th And 8th
Written-By – Waymon Reed
Written-By – Jimmy Van Heusen/Johnny Burke*
Written-By – Thelonious Monk
- Artwork By – Thom De Jong
- Bass – Keter Betts
- Design [Album] – Carol Friedman
- Drums – Bobby Durham
- Mastered By – Rudy Van Gelder
- Mixed By – Ed Michel
- Photography By – Carol Friedman, Deborah Feingold
- Piano – Tommy Flanagan
- Producer – John Snyder
- Recorded By – Cathy Dennis
- Research, Producer [Assist] – Jim Gicking
- Saxophone [Tenor] – Jimmy Forrest
- Trumpet, Horns – Waymon Reed
NotesGatefold sleeve with an 8 page booklet enclosed
℗ 1979 Waymon Reed
Recorded May 25, 1977, Sound Ideas Studios, N.Y.C.
Mixed October 4, 1977, Generation Sound Studios, N.Y.C.
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