Joe Garland

Joseph Copeland Garland

Also known as Canland, Carland, Гарланд, Дж. Гарланд, G. Garland, Garlana, Garland, Gurland, J. C. Garland, J. Garland, J.Garland, Joe Gaeland, Joe Gerland, Joel Garland, Joseph, Joseph C. Garland, Joseph C.Garland, Joseph Carland, Joseph Garland
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American jazz saxophonist, composer, and arranger, best known for writing "In the Mood" (Aug. 15, 1903, Norfolk, Virginia - April 21, 1977, Teaneck, New Jersey).

Garland studied music at Shaw University and the Aeolian Conservatory. He started by playing classical music but joined a jazz band, Graham Jackson's Seminole Syncopators, in 1924, where he first recorded. He had a long run of associations as a sideman on saxophone and clarinet, with [a669268] (1925), [a2043307], Henri Saparo, Leon Abbey (including a tour of South America), Charlie Skeete and [a309976] in the 1920s. The 1930s saw him playing with Bobby Neal (1931) and the [a307167]; he was both a performer and an arranger for the Blue Rhythm Band from 1932 to 1936, when [a311059] replaced him. Following this he played with [a307187] (1937), [a307171] (1938), and [a38201] (1939-42). In the 1940s he played with [a648212] and others, and then returned to Armstrong's band from 1945-47. Following this he played with [a1838242], Hopkins again, and [a257353] (1948). In the 1950s, he went into semi-retirement.


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