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Nat Adderley

Primary Instrument: Trumpet

Born: November 25, 1931 | Died: January 2, 2000    

Nat Adderley may have spent a significant part of his career in the shadow of his better known older brother, the alto saxophonist Julian 'Cannonball' Adderley, but he was always a major contributor to their shared projects, and achieved a great deal in his own right after his brother's death in 1975.

He was born Nathaniel Adderley, and took up trumpet as a teenager in 1946. He began playing in local bands in Florida, and made what became a career long switch to the smaller cornet in 1950. He did so against the prevailing tide. Cornet had been the horn of choice for New Orleans trumpet players in the early days of jazz, but had fallen out of fashion in favour of trumpet by the bop era....
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    Naturally

    Jazzland Recordings
    2003
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    Introducing Nat Adderley

    Verve Music Group
    2001
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    That's Nat

    482 Music
    1991
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    To The Ivy League From Nat

    482 Music
    1987
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    A Little New York Midtown Music

    482 Music
    1979
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    Work Songs

    482 Music
    1978
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    Hummin'

    482 Music
    1976
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Jazzland Recordings (2003)
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