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Eddie Daniels

One of the truly great jazz clarinetists (ranking at the top with Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, and Buddy DeFranco), Eddie Daniels makes the impossible look effortless. On his first GRP release, Breakthrough, in 1984, Daniels switched back and forth on a second's notice between jazz and classical and he has since explored Charlie Parker, Roger Kellaway tunes, crossover, and even swing with consistent brilliance. He is also a dazzling (if underrated) tenor player. Daniels appeared at the 1957 Newport Jazz Festival in Marshall Brown's Youth Band (playing alto) and after graduating from Juilliard in 1966, he played tenor with the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra for six years. Daniels recorded First Prize as a leader (1966) and made albums with Freddie Hubbard (1969), Richard Davis, Don Patterson, and duets with Bucky Pizzarelli (1973). Although he recorded as a leader for Muse and Columbia during 1977-1978, Eddie Daniels did not make it big until he started specializing on clarinet and recording regularly for GRP in 1984. In 1992, he started doubling on tenor again when his reputation on clarinet was secure. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi
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mtvyfan
Benny Goodman's version is MUCH better, this is pretty cacophonic.
Eddie was a sax teacher of mine in the 70's. An amazing player and great guy! (Buzz Bergen)
troulblec
Wow! Can he ever blast it out the parki Why haven't we heard more from him? What a dynamite artist!
where is eddie now. does anybody know
merrysea5
needs Krupa
The BLACKWOOD album was easily one of the best clarinet pieces ever.Some might knock it as pop or smooth jazz...but it was a technical masterwork.T h e players on that album laid it down!
FIND BLACKWOOD... P a n d o r a .
nice loud music! (complement)
1stchairflut e
Shouldn't mention Daniels in the same breath as De Franco....so r r y 'bout that.
labrat323
if you find his "morning thunder" album i'ts a treat!!!
Where is his pivotal disc, Blackwood??

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