The most influential jazzman of the 50s - 60s known for his compositions: In A Sentimental Mood, My Little Brown Book, My One And Only Love or Blue Train. John Coltrane alias Trane was a famous American jazz saxophonist and great composer. He entered the world of music with his unique talent.
Dexter Gordon, nicknamed Long Tall Dexter. A man who in the 1950s released a successful record bearing his name and featured artists with a capital U such as Nat King Cole and Harry Edison. Who doesn't know the famous photo from 1948 of Dexter enjoying a cigarette during his performance.
One of the most important and influential artists of the post-bebop era. We are talking about the winner of several Grammy awards - Sonny Rollins. You can look forward to the song St. Thomas, which comes from the collective music work Saxophone Colossus.
Charlie Parker, known to many as Yarbird. He got his nickname from an incident that happened on the way back from a tour when he accidentally knocked over a chicken. An icon of the hipster community was at the birth of bebop.
American saxophonist Stan Getz, who rose to fame early in his career performing with Woody Herman's orchestra. Songs: The Girl From Ipanema or Corcovado were used in many films.