Joe “Tricky Sam” Nanton
Tricky Sam Nanton begins his career in the orchestras of Cliff Jackson then of Elmer Snowden. From 1926 to 1946, he is member the orchestra of Duke Ellington of which he is one of the soloists high-speed motorboats. He, and its trumpet player Bubber Miley confers, are the principal craftsmen of the sound color very expressionist of the style “jungle” practiced by the orchestra in the Thirties.
Tricky Sam Nanton was a specialist in the “plunger transfers” (“Sourdine wha-wha”) and in the effects of “growl”.
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