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Scoville Toby Browne
Nationalität: US
Instrumente: as cl
Scoville Browne, often identified with the endearing nickname of "Toby," was a Georgia boy whose professional musical career began in Chicago in the late '20s with groups such as Junie Cobb's Band and the raucous Midnight Ramblers. From 1931 through the following year, Browne blew both alto sax and clarinet for the drummer and bandleader Fred Avendorph. Following that, Louis Armstrong would come into Browne's life for the first (and not the last) time. Each of these encounters would result in extensive growth to the Browne discography, as if someone was scattering sunflower seeds on freshly turned earth. In between stints with Armstrong in 1933 and 1935, the reedman also worked with Jesse Stone and Jack Butler. In the second half of the '30s he gigged with pianist Claude Hopkins, backed up singer Blanche Calloway and in the final years of the decade began studying formally at the Chicago College of Music. Browne was holding forth with the finest in the '40s, climbing on-stage with the likes of Slim Gaillard, Fats Waller, Buddy Johnson, and Hot Lips Page. He was playing in a trio led by Eddie Heywood when Uncle Sam nabbed him for the war effort. The swinging commenced anew when peace broke out, Browne going back to work for the steadily grooving Hopkins as well as forming a new alliance with the solid trumpeter Buck Clayton. Browne also continued his classical music studies and in the '50s and '60s began to step forward as a bandleader himself. He was a main clarinet soloist with the Lionel Hampton band in 1956 and 1957, and toured overseas with Muggsy Spanier as the '50s came to a close. His relationship with Hopkins continued throughout the '60s and early '70s, as did his bandleading activities. He doesn't seem to have been given an opportunity to record as a leader, however -- all his recording activities were as a sideman.
Alben auf denen "Scoville Toby Browne" mitwirkt:
Album erhältlich
 Album-Bezeichnung
Label Label-Nummer Recording  
 Buck Clayton All StarsAllegro41211946LP
 Buck Clayton Big Eight Big Four Young Trummy Big Seven  —  Buck Clayton The Classic Swing Of ...RiversideOJC-17091946LP
 Buck Clayton/Trummy Young  —  Classic SwingRiversideOJCCD-1709-21946CD
 Buddy Johnson & His BandMCA Coral6.221741939 - 1941LP
 Buddy Johnson & His Band  —  ClassicsClassics RecordsClassics 8841939-42CD
 Cap'n John Handy  —  CAP'N JOHN HANDY with the Claude Hopkins BandRCA Jazz LineNL 895031966LP
 Capt. John Handy  —  Cap'n John Handy With The Claude Hopkins BandRCA VictorNL 895031966LP
 Don Redman & His OrchestraRCA VictorNL 891611938 - 1940LP
 Joe Thomas Big Six Carney  —  The Complete H.R.S. SessionsMosaic RecordsMD6-1871946CD
 Lionel Hampton  —  At Newport 1967RCA Bluebird66157 21956 - 1967CD
 Lionel Hampton  —  Reunion At Newport 1957 Newport Uproar & Jazz FlamencoBluebird6366157 21956/67CD
 Louis AmstrongRCA Victor430 395 S1932 - 1947LP
 Louis Armstrong  —  ClassicsClassics RecordsClassics 5291932/33CD
 Louis Armstrong  —  In The '30sRCANL473551932-38LP
 Louis Armstrong  —  L'Album Di ArmstrongRCAND89271(2)1932-70CD

     

Tracks auf denen "Scoville Toby Browne" mitwirkt:
Track-Titel Album erhältlich
 Album
Label  
 Buck Clayton Big Eight Big Four Young Trummy Big Seven  —  Buck Clayton The Classic Swing Of ...RiversideLP
 Buck Clayton Big Eight Big Four Young Trummy Big Seven  —  Buck Clayton The Classic Swing Of ...RiversideLP
 Lionel Hampton  —  At Newport 1967RCA BluebirdCD
'deed I Do Don Redman & His OrchestraRCA VictorLP
52nd Street Theme Various  —  The Golden Days Of JazzRCALP
A Hundred Years From Today Sarah Vaughan  —  The Jazz CollectorLaserlightCD
A Song Is Born Louis AmstrongRCA VictorLP
A Song Was Born Louis Armstrong  —  L'Album Di ArmstrongRCACD
A Touch Of Blue Joe Thomas Big Six Carney  —  The Complete H.R.S. SessionsMosaic RecordsCD
About Rip Van Winkle Don Redman & His OrchestraRCA VictorLP
About Rip Van Winkle McKinney's Cotton Pickers  —  Classics Don Redman & His Orch. 1939-40Classics RecordsCD
After All, You're All I'm After McKinney's Cotton Pickers  —  Classics Don Redman & His Orch. 1939-40Classics RecordsCD
After You've Gone Teddy Wilson  —  Isn't It RomanticMusicraftCD
Ain't I Good To You Don Redman & His OrchestraRCA VictorLP
Ain't I Good To You McKinney's Cotton Pickers  —  Classics Don Redman & His Orch. 1939-40Classics RecordsCD