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  1. Cladys „JabboSmith (* 24. Dezember 1908 in Pembroke, Georgia; † 16. Januar 1991 in New York City) war ein US-amerikanischer Jazztrompeter . Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben. 2 Bedeutung. 3 Lexigraphische Einträge. 4 Weblinks. Leben. Jabbo Smiths Vater starb bereits 1912.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Jabbo_SmithJabbo Smith - Wikipedia

    Jabbo Smith (born Cladys Smith; December 24, 1908 – January 16, 1991) was an American jazz musician, known for his virtuoso playing on the trumpet. Biography Cladys "Jabbo" Smith at Turk Murphy's Earthquake McGoon's, San Francisco CA 1981. Smith was born in Pembroke, Georgia, United States.

  3. Jabbo Smith was born in Pembroke, Georgia in 1908, the son of a barber and church organist. After the death of his father he moved, at age four, to Savannah. His mother found it increasingly difficult to care for him and at age six Jabbo was placed into the Jenkins Orphanage Home in Charleston. His mother also found employment in the Home in order to be near to him.

  4. 3. Okt. 2012 · Jabbo Smith - The great trumpet player of the late 1920s who went into oblivion. JazzVideoMike. 6.35K subscribers. Subscribed. 236. 27K views 11 years ago. This presentation was made for the...

  5. 1. Mai 2018 · In 1929, Jabbo Smith was arguably jazz’s #2 trumpeter/cornetist (only behind Louis Armstrong ), a brilliant 20-year old virtuoso who had unlimited potential and made a series of dazzling recordings. A year later he was a forgotten has-been. Despite living for 60 more years, Smith never came close to reaching his former heights. What happened?

  6. 3.6K views • 13 years ago. •. Jabbo Smith, born as Cladys Smith (24 December 1908 - 16 January 1991) was a United States jazz musician, known for his hot virtuoso playing on the trumpet. ...

  7. There Jabbo Smith, one of the top four or five most influential trumpet players of Jazz, languished in quiet oblivion for twenty years. This was indeed a catastrophic musical loss. Finally, around 1960, Jabbo was rediscovered. He subsequently recorded two albums (his style a mere shadow of his former heights) and in 1979 was a guest artist in ...