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Don Redman

(July 29th 1900 - November 30th 1964)

A saxophonist, composer and arranger born in West Virginia in 1900, Donald Matthew Redman became a prominent member of the "Fletcher Henderson Orchestra". In 1927 he assumed control of "Mckinney's Cotton Pickers", a group initially established in Detroit by drummer William McKinney, before becoming the leader of his own hot Orchestra. Redman's radical musical concepts would make him a component indispensable to the development of Swing.

Videos:

After All, You're All I'm After (2:38)

Baby Won't You Please Come Home (3:12)

Beedle Um Bum (3:25)

Cherry (3:27)

Do Something (2:39)

Gee, Ain't I Good To You? (3:28)

Hullabaloo (2:47)

I'd Love It (3:12)

It's A Precious Little Thing Called Love (2:57)

It's Tight Like That (2:44)

Miss Hannah (3:02)

Never Swat A Fly (3:09)

Nobody's Sweetheart (2:56)

Paducah (3:01)

Rocky Road (2:59)

Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble (2:42)

Six Or Seven Times (3:19)

Take A Chance (10:02)

Trouble, Why Pick On Me? (2:50)

Wherever There's A Will Baby (2:56)

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