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The Hep label has reissued some prime Fletcher Henderson from a three-year period that is very representative of his best work. Great soloists Coleman Hawkins and Henry "Red" Allen are quite noticeable here, and you hear a distinct progression as they play material ranging from goofier tunes such as "Sugar Foot Stomp" and "Radio Rhythm" to such classics as "King Porter Stomp," "Queer Notions," and "Nagasaki." The band was really hitting its stride by 1933, and the progression of its repertoire, exceptionally well reproduced on digital audio, is clearly evident on these 23 tracks that can easily be recommended to both novice and aficionado. ~ Michael G. Nastos, Rovi


Born: 18 December 1897 in Cuthbert, GA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s

Fletcher Henderson was very important to early jazz as leader of the first great jazz big band, as an arranger and composer in the 1930s, and as a masterful talent scout. Between 1923-1939, quite an all-star cast of top young black jazz musicians passed through his orchestra, including trumpeters Louis Armstrong, Joe Smith, Tommy Ladnier, Rex Stewart, Bobby Stark, Cootie Williams, Red Allen, and Roy Eldridge; trombonists Charlie Green, Benny Morton, Jimmy Harrison, Sandy Williams, J.C. Higginbottham,...
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