Category Archives: Howard McGhee

Bebop trumpeter HOWARD McGHEE: “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out”

Trumpeter Howard McGhee, among young jazz adepts unjustly almost forgotten today, was a reliable man if you’re following his steadily flowing recorded output between 1942 & 1948, which were the heydays of the bebop era. And ‘Maggie’, so his nickname … Continue reading

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BEFORE I’m GONNA COOKIN’: HERE’s HOWARD McGHEE… COOKIN’ … WHAT ELSE?

Hi there, swingin’ gals ‘n’ lads: Have all a greatly cookin’ weekend! Boppingly yours truly, Brewnster McLite Enjoy!

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