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Conrad Gozzo - The Great Goz album mp3
  • Performer:
    Conrad Gozzo
  • Title:
    The Great Goz
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  • Date of release:
    December 14, 1955
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    1800 megabytes
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    1287 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1223 megabytes
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Trumpet – Conrad Gozzo, James Salko (tracks: A1, A4, B1, B4), John Best (tracks: A1, A4, B1, B4), Vito Mangano (tracks: A1, A4, B1, B4). Notes.

Trumpet – Conrad Gozzo, James Salko (tracks: A1, A4, B1, B4), John Best (tracks: A1, A4, B1, B4), Vito Mangano (tracks: A1, A4, B1, B4). Black label with white dog at top and "Long Play" at bottom.

Conrad J. Gozzo (1922–1964) was an American trumpet player born in New Britain, Connecticut on February 6, 1922. Gozzo was a member of the NBC Hollywood staff orchestra at the time of his death on October 8, 1964. He died at the age of 42 of a heart attack. He played with Isham Jones (1938) and Red Norvo (1940), then performed and recorded with Bob Chester (1941) and Claude Thornhill (1941-2).

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Goz the Great" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Conrad J.

Conrado gozzo/goz the great!. Conrad gozzo and hils orchestra, goz the great!. Gozzo was an American trumpet player born in New Britain, Connecticut on February 6, 1922. Gozzo's nicknames were "Goz" and "Gopher", due to his resemblance to a gopher when viewed from the front while he was playing. He was considered by his colleagues as being an exceptionally strong trumpeter with a well-developed range and tonal quality. For most of his recording career, he played a Besson Meha trumpet with a custom Bert Herrick mouthpiece.

Goz The Great! Fresh Sound 1600 Series. All tracks originally issued as RCA Victor LPM-1124. Personnel: Tracks & 10: Conrad Gozzo, James Salko, John Best, Vito Mangano (tp), Jerry Ross, Herbie Harper, Si Zentner (tb), Harry Klee, Willie Schwartz, Jules Jacob, Ted Nash, Dale Issenhuth (saxes), Paul Smith (p), Tony Rizzi (g), Sam Cheifetz (b), Irv Cottler (d). Recorded in Los Angeles, March 5, 1955.

Credits

Conrad Gozzo - Primary Artist, Trumpet