Shorty Rogers

Milton Rajonsky

Also known as "Jolly Roger", (Not So) Shorty Rogers, Ш. Роджерс, Jolly Roger, Leo Rogers, M. Rogers, Milton "Shorty" Rodgers, Milton Rogers, Rodgers, Rogers, S. Rogers, Shortie Rogers, Shorty, Shorty Rodgers, Shorty Rogers And His Orchestra, Shorty Rogers Nine, Shoty Rogers, Š. Rodžersas
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shorty_Rogers

Discography of Shorty Rogers:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
51 Back Again 6 Audio 1984 Concept Records (7)
52 The Complete Atlantic And EMI Jazz Recordings Of Shorty Rogers 54 Audio 1989
53 Early Autum 25 Audio 2001 Prism Leisure
54 The Swingin' Nutcracker 11 Audio 1960 RCA Victor
55 Yesterday, Today And Forever 7 Audio 1992 Concord Jazz
56 Modern Jazz Archive 37 Audio 2004 Membran International GmbH
57 The Fourth Dimension In Sound 11 Audio 1962 Warner Bros. Records
58 Jazz Superstars 7 Audio Jam Session
59 Live At The Royal Palms Inn - Volume 5 8 Audio 1994 Woofy Productions
60 Eight Brothers 11 Audio 1992 Candid
61 The Wild One 4 Audio RCA Victor
62 Afro-Cuban Influence 5 Audio 1958 RCA Victor
63 The Fourth Dimension In Sound 11 Audio 1967 Warner Bros. Records
64 Tarzan Is Trapped 2 Audio MGM Records


American jazz trumpeter, composer, arranger and bandleader.

Born: April 14, 1924 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

Died: November 07, 1994 in Van Nuys, California.

He worked with [a=Will Bradley], [a=Red Norvo], [a=Teddy Charles], [a=Woody Herman], [a=Charlie Barnet] and [a=Stan Kenton], among others. In the mid-1950s he was leading his own groups.


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