Buddy Morrow

Throughout his career, Buddy Morrow loved playing with big bands and doing what he could to keep nostalgic swing alive. He began playing trombone when he was 12 and within two years was working locally.

Morrow developed quickly and moved to New York, where he studied at the Institute of Musical Art. He made his recording debut in 1936 with singer Amanda Randolph and trumpeter Sharkey Bonano.

Morrow -- known as Moe Zudekoff until he changed his name in the early 1940s -- kept busy during the swing era, working with Artie Shaw (1936-37 and 1940), Bunny Berigan, Frank Froeba, Eddie Duchin, Tommy Dorsey (1938), Paul Whiteman (1939-40) and Bob Crosby. After serving in the Navy (1941- 44) he was with Jimmy Dorsey's Orchestra (1945).

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Albums

Night Train / Big Band Guitar
Night Train / Big...

2001
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Big Band Series /...
Bizarre Planet Entertainment
1980
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New Blues Scene
Bizarre Planet Entertainment
1967
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Double Impact
Bizarre Planet Entertainment
1960
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Impact
Bizarre Planet Entertainment
1959
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Just We Two
Bizarre Planet Entertainment
1958
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Videos

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