Heres Pete - Herbie Mann - Super Flute

9 thoughts on “ Heres Pete - Herbie Mann - Super Flute

  1. Gakus says:
    Herbie Mann was born in Brooklyn, New York. Early in his career, he played saxophone and clarinet, but Mann was among the first jazz musicians to specialize on the flute and was perhaps jazz music's preminent flautist during the s. Mann was quite prolific and performed often. Read more on folkmetal.morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo
  2. Tagal says:
    Jan 23,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic Superman · Herbie Mann Super Mann ℗ Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and .
  3. Sarg says:
    In the s, Herbie Mann frequently shared the spotlight on record dates with other flutists. This V.S.O.P. LP, a reissue of a set originally for Mode and also out for awhile on Premier, matches Mann (who here also plays piccolo, clarinet and tenor) with Buddy Collette (switching between flute, clarinet, tenor and alto) in a quintet with pianist Jimmy Rowles, bassist Buddy Clark and drummer 6/
  4. Kazir says:
    Feb 18,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Here's Pete · Herbie Mann Man Oh Mann - (The Dave Cash Collection) ℗ One Media Publishing Released on: Music Publisher: BUG MUSIC.
  5. Akinohn says:
    "Here's Pete" lyrics - HERBIE MANN. HERBIE MANN " Here's Pete " (Pete Rugolo) Lyrics for "Here's Pete" by HERBIE MANN are not available yet Flute Fraternity () Herbie's Buddy; Perdido; Baubles, Bangles And Beads; Give A Little Whistle; Here's Pete; Nancy (With The Laughing Face) Morning After;.
  6. Shadal says:
    Allmusic awarded the album 4½ stars stating "Herbie Mann was a flutist who occasionally played tenor and Bobby Jaspar a tenor-saxophonist who doubled on flute. They play their normal instruments on the first song. The second song finds them switching back and forth, while the other two are strictly flute Genre: Jazz.
  7. Goshakar says:
    Mar 13,  · “Mann, Herbie [Solomon, Herbert Jay] (b New York, 16 April ). Flutist. He studied clarinet from the age of nine and later took up the flute and saxophone. He gained experience of playing during his three years' army service in Trieste, Italy, and after returning to the USA played and recorded with Mat Mathews () and Pete Rugolo ().
  8. Vudoran says:
    Apr 17,  · The album "The Man" by jazz flautist Herbie Mann is a great recording of the early music career of Mann. The recordings are from the s. What really makes this an interesting CD is the fact you get two different periods of Mann's musical career on one disc/5(2).
  9. JoJozahn says:
    Feb 25,  · Please take a closer look at the trio behind Herbie and Buddy. It's supposed to be Mel Lewis, Buddy Clarke, and Jimmy Rowles. I don't know about you, but that looks an awful lot like the artist ran out of money, or interest/5(9).

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