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Sunday, March 10, 2013

How many can you recognise?

Derrick Cogger sent this montage of gig-scarred north-east jazzmen of yore and wonders how many you can recognise? Derrick, of course, plays trumpet on several of the pics.
Lance.

5 comments :

Lance said...

Well as no one seems to have identified anyone - my eyesight isn't that good either! I'm going to throw in Trevor Johnson, Bill Smith, Stan Martin, Jimmy Ruddick (reeds)
Marshall Walker (drums), Ian Heslop (bass) Bill Harper (pnp) and, no doubt a few others

Anonymous said...

Norman Rudd pno, Alan Rudd elec bass, Ronnie McLean tbn and is it Syd Warren sax on one of the photos?
Roly

CCJAZZMEN said...

Hughie Aitchison valve trombone on the bottom middle photo.
Colin (Hong Kong)

Steve Andrews said...

Yes, Sid Warren, I'm pretty sure. Ray Jobling on sbs pic 2, and is the tpt player in the RH top pic Clem Avery?

Eric Stutt said...

Bill Harper Marshall Walker Stan Martin

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