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Karin Krog (NO)

Karin Krog (born May 15, 1937 in Oslo) is a celebrated Norwegian jazz vocalist.
She started to sing at an early age and in 1955 she was hired by the pianist Kjell Karlsen to sing in his sextet.

In 1962 she started her first group and that same year she become a student of the well-known Norwegian-American singer Anne Brown. Karin studied with Brown until 1969.

She is one of the first in Jazz to experiment with electronic vocal effects (loops, modulation, etc.), which can be heard in the "Gittin' To Y'All" album, which also features Terje Rypdal Group and a large ensemble featuring members of Art Ensemble of Chicago. In the 60s she began collaboration with a multi-read instrumentalist, pianist, composer John Su...

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Scott Hamilton (US)

Scott Hamilton is a jazz tenor saxophonist associated with swing (music) and mainstream jazz.

He emerged in the 1970s and at the time he was considered to be one of the few musicians of real talent who carried the tradition of the classic jazz tenor saxophone in the style of Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins as well as Zoot Sims and Don Byas forward. He began playing in various rhythm & blues outfits in Providence (Rhode Island), but subsequently shifted to jazz and the tenor saxophone. In 1976 he moved to New York City at, in part the recommendation of Roy Eldridge. He there joined Benny Goodman for a period of time. During this time, he also developed an alcohol problem.,[1] In the early 1980's he had formed his own quintet and t...

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