Kai Winding

Kai Winding - trombone (1922 - 1983)

Trombonist Kai Christen Winding (pronounced ki-win-ding) was one of the founding fathers of be-bop music and truly one of the finest-ever jazz trombonists.

As a sideman to bop’s reigning kings “ Fats Navarro, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Tadd Dameron “ he was more a bridesmaid than a bride. Winding recorded too infrequently as a leader during this period and none of his compositions ever really caught on. Indeed, he was adept at putting a defining stamp on others’ compositions “ a trait he picked up while outlining the artistry of Stan Kenton’s sound during the mid 1940s.

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Albums

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The Complete Ohio...
Mondane
2004
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The Great Kai & J.J.
Mondane
1988
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Kai & Jay!
Mondane
1986
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Trombone Summit
Mondane
1981
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Giant Bones '80'
Mondane
1980
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The Great Kai & J.J.,...
Mondane
1980
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Videos

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