Tag Archives: tenor

Ralph Moore – Bye Bye Blackbird

Another transcribed solo by Kenyon Carter. Ralph Moore playing Bye Bye Blackbird off the Album “Ralph Moore and Ray Brown – Moore Makes 4”

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Bob Mintzer – Listen Here

Transcribed solo of Bob Mintzer on Listen Here off the album “Bob Mintzer Quartet – In The Moment”. Transcribed by Kenyon Carter.

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Stan Getz – The Way You Look Tonight

Transcribed solo of Stan Getz on The Way You Look Tonight from the Album “Ultimate Stan Getz” (probably on another albums/compilations too). Transcribed by Kenyon Carter.

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Eric Alexander – Solid

Kenyon Carter sent some transcriptions to put up. The first of which is Eric Alexander on the song Solid off the album “Eric Alexander – Solid”. Enjoy!

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Johnny Griffin Dies

Sad news today
“US jazz tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin, who played alongside such luminaries as Lionel Hampton, Art Blakey and Thelonius Monk, died Friday in France, his agent Helene Manfredi said. He was 80.

Nicknamed the Little Giant, Griffin was due to perform Friday evening alongside US organist Rhoda Scott, French saxophonist Olivier Temime and drummer Julie Saury.

Griffin died at home in Mauprevoir, a village in the west-central La Vienne district, where he had spent the last 18 years of his life. The cause of death was not disclosed.”