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Mundell Lowe • Souvenirs


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Mundell Lowe (nacido el 21 de abril 1922) es un americano de jazz guitarrista , compositor y director de orquesta que ha tocado con muchos músicos de jazz notable y populares. Produjo música para películas y televisión en la década de 1970, como el Billy Jack banda sonora y música para Starsky y Hutch , y trabajó con André Previn Trio 's en la década de 1990.



Lowe nació en Laurel , Mississippi , el 21 de abril de 1922 En la década de 1930 interpretó la música country y el jazz de Dixieland. Más tarde jugó con grandes bandas y orquestas, y en la televisión en la ciudad de Nueva York . En la década de 1960, Lowe compuesto música para cine y televisión en la ciudad de Nueva York y Los Angeles. Ha actuado y / o grabado con Billie Holiday , Bobby Darin , Lester Young , Charlie Parker , Bill Evans , Helen Humes , Roy Buchanan , Charles Mingus , Stan Getz , Doc Severinsen , Kai Winding , Sarah Vaughan , Carmen McRae , Benny Carter , Herb Ellis , Tal Farlow , Barry Manilow , André Previn , Ray Brown , Kiri Te Kanawa , Tete Montoliu , Harry Belafonte y otros. Lowe fue el encargado de presentar el pianista Bill Evans al productor Orrin Keepnews resultando en primeras grabaciones de Evan bajo su propio liderazgo.

Lowe es un actor destacado regular en el anual WC Handy Music Festival y miembro del WC Handy Jazz All-Stars .

Durante la década de 1970 y principios de 1980 Lowe era también un profesor muy respetado en el Dick Grove Music Workshop, más tarde la Escuela arboleda de la música, en Studio City, California, una de las mejores escuelas de música de nivel profesional en el mundo. Él enseñó guitarra, así como música de cine.

En 1998, fue incluido en el Music Hall de la Fama de Mississippi, y en 1999, Millsaps College en Jackson, confirió un doctorado honorario de las Artes en el Sr. Lowe, en reconocimiento a toda una vida de logros musicales sobresalientes.

El 17 de julio de 2009, Mundell Lowe volvió a casa a Laurel, la ciudad se escapó de en 1938 en reconocimiento a toda una vida de logros musicales se le dio la llave de la ciudad y honrado por el alcalde, Melvin Mack, quien proclamó julio 18, 2009, Mundell Lowe Día en Laurel. Mundell Lowe, Lloyd Wells, y Jim Ferguson presentaron un espectáculo matinal y un espectáculo nocturno en el Little Theatre Laurel a grandes audiencias entusiastas. Artistas Mississippi Bill Clark (quien produjo el espectáculo), los Azulejos de Cee, Bob Saxton, y Staci Stringer, también lo honraron a través de presentaciones musicales.




Mundell Lowe (born April 21, 1922) is an American jazz guitarist, composer, and conductor who has performed with many notable jazz and popular musicians. He produced film and TV scores in the 1970s, such as the Billy Jack soundtrack and music for Starsky and Hutch, and worked with André Previn's Trio in the 1990s.

Lowe was born in [Shady Grove], Mississippi just outside Laurel, Mississippi, on April 21, 1922. In the 1930s he played country music and Dixieland jazz. He later played with big bands and orchestras, and on television in New York City. In the 1960s, Lowe composed music for films and television in New York City and Los Angeles. He has performed and/or recorded with Billie Holiday, Bobby Darin, Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Bill Evans, Helen Humes, Roy Buchanan, Charles Mingus, Stan Getz, Doc Severinsen, Kai Winding, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Carmen McRae, Peggy Lee, Dizzy Gillespie, Benny Carter, Herb Ellis, Tal Farlow, Barry Manilow, André Previn, Ray Brown, Kiri Te Kanawa, Tete Montoliu, Harry Belafonte, Lloyd Wells, Jim Ferguson and many others. Lowe was responsible for introducing the pianist Bill Evans to producer Orrin Keepnews resulting in Evan's first recordings under his own leadership.

Lowe is a regular featured performer at the annual W. C. Handy Music Festival and a member of the W. C. Handy Jazz All-Stars.

During the late 1970s and early 1980s Lowe was also a well-respected teacher at Dick Grove Music Workshop, later the Grove School of Music, in Studio City, California, one of the top professional level music schools in the world. He also taught twelve-tone composition at the Guitar Institute of Technology (GIT) in Hollywood California during the same period of time, as well as guitar and film scoring.

In 1998, he was inducted into the Mississippi Music Hall of Fame, and in 1999, Millsaps College in Jackson, conferred an honorary Doctorate of Arts on Mr. Lowe in recognition of his lifetime of outstanding musical accomplishments.

On July 17, 2009, Mundell Lowe returned home to Laurel, the city he ran away from in 1938. In recognition of a lifetime of musical achievement he was given a key to the city and honored by the Mayor, Melvin Mack, who proclaimed July 18, 2009, Mundell Lowe Day in Laurel. Mundell Lowe, Lloyd Wells, and Jim Ferguson presented a matinee show and an evening show at the Laurel Little Theater to a large enthusiastic audiences. Mississippi artists Bill Clark (who produced the show), the Cee Jays, Bob Saxton, and Staci Stringer also honored him through musical presentations.


Tracks
1 On the Trail (Grofé) 5:45
2 Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) (Porter) 3:24
3 Body and Soul (Eyton, Green, Heyman, Sour) 7:07
4 P-Town (Cohn) 5:56
5 Polka Dots and Moonbeams (Burke, Van Heusen) 6:00
6 St. Thomas (Rollins) 4:33
7 I Think You Always Knew (Lowe) 2:04
8 Wofford's Blues Bernardo (Lowe) 6:11
9 Souvenirs (Carter) 5:46
10 Star People (Davis) 3:40
11 Serenade in Blue (Gordon, Warren) 6:44
12 Blue Lou (Mills, Sampson) 4:33

Personnel
[# 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9 11-12]
Mundell Lowe - g
Bob Magnusson - b
Nick Ceroli - dr
Recorded at Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, California ; November 10, 1877
[# 3, 5, 8 & 10]
Mundell Lowe - g
Bob Magnusson - b [except 3 & 8]
Mike Wofford - p [# 3 & 8]
Recorded at Studio West, Rancho Bernardo, California ; February 27, 1992

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