Stardust - Clark Terry 1967.





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Published on Mar 7, 2011

During a JATP concert in London Clark Terry is featured on fluegelhorn in "Stardust".
With him on piano Teddy Wilson, drums Louise Bellson and Bob Cranshaw bass
Clark Terry (b 1920) began his professional career in St. Louis in the early 1940s by playing in local clubs before joining a Navy band during World War II. Afterwards, he played with Charlie Barnet (1947), Count Basie (1948-1951), Duke Ellington (1951 to 1959), and Quincy Jones (1960). He also performed and recorded regularly both as a leader and sideman. In all, his career in jazz spans more than sixty years.

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R.I.P. Clark Terry A true Jazz Giant
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Cherry Lee
RIP. Play in the stars!!!
Jim Baker
Wow! I remember enjoying listening to Clark when he would sit in with the Tonight Show band. I know it might be cliche to say but they truly don't make em' like that anymore. He was truly one of a kind.
I mumbled something when I was lucky to shake Mister Terry's hand.
Sarah Rudy
If this doesn't move you, are you even alive?
Brewsk Litovsk
This is great. Gosh, they played it in D-flat. -- Fantastico!
Cees Lodders
Clark Terry is Unic.The best trompet player ever.
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Emmanuel Lochon
la rolls royce de la trompette
Aleksandar Stanojkovic
I was just listening to Clifford Brown's rendition, comparing it with this one, and I've heard the bad news just now. RIP :( you will live on through your music.
Mike Workman
Clark Terry (December 14, 1920 - February 21, 2015)
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