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Britt Woodman (June 4, 1920 in Los Angeles – October 13, 2000 in Hawthorne, California) was a jazz trombonist. He is best known for his work with Duke Ellington and Charles Mingus. He knew Mingus from childhood, but first worked with Phil Moore and Les Hite. After service in World War II he played with Boyd Raeburn before joining with Lionel Hampton in 1946. During the 1950s he worked with Ellington.
Ken (Kenny) Woodman was a British composer and trumpeter. He was famous for the song "Town Talk", which was used as the theme song for Paul Kaye's shows on the pirate radio station Radio London, and later as the theme song for Jimmy Young on BBC Radio 2. He posthumously became famous for the song "Mexican Flyer", which was originally released on the Ken Woodman and his Picadilly Brass album That's Nice in 1966
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This CD reissue, Town Talk, pairs Ken Woodman's only two albums, That's Nice and The Kenny Woodman Sound, on one CD, and embellishes it with historical liner notes. It's a peculiar combination of old-fashioned jazz, martial brass and drums, and Swinging London pop-jazz
Lyrics for top songs by Kenny Woodman. Lewis Cedar, Kenny Woodman.
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Britt Woodman was a jazz trombonist. As a member of Ellington's band he can be heard on Such Sweet Thunder, Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book, Black, Brown, and Beige and Ellington Indigos. In 1960 he left Ellington to work in a pit orchestra