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Johnny Coles (July 3, 1926 in Trenton, New Jersey – December 21, 1997 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was an American jazz trumpeter. Coles spent his early career playing with R&B groups, including those of Eddie Vinson (1948–1951), Bull Moose Jackson (1952), and Earl Bostic (1955–1956). He was with James Moody from 1956 to 1958, and played with Gil Evans's orchestra between 1958 and 1964, including on the Miles Davis album Sketches of Spain. After this he spent time with Charles Mingus in his sextet which also included Eric Dolphy, Clifford Jordan, Jaki Byard, and Dannie Richmond. Following this he played with Herbie Hancock (1968–1969), Ray Charles (1969–1971), Duke Ellington (1971–1974), Art Blakey (1976), Dameronia, Mingus Dynasty, and the Count Basie Orchestra under the direction of Th

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  • Johnny Coles (John David Coles, * 3. Juli 1926 in Trenton/New Jersey; † 21. Dezember 1997 in Philadelphia/Pennsylvania) war ein US-amerikanischer Jazztrompeter und -flügelhornist. „Der unterschätzte und extrem effektive Improvisator“ konnte dem Rough Guide Jazz zufolge „innerhalb seines tonalen Spektrums einerseits viel mit nur wenigen Noten ausdrücken und andererseits, falls erforderlich, eine flüssige Technik aufbieten.“
  • Johnny Coles (né le 3 juillet 1926 à Trenton, New Jersey et mort le 21 décembre 1997 à Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) était un trompettiste de jazz américain.
  • Johnny Coles (July 3, 1926 in Trenton, New Jersey – December 21, 1997 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was an American jazz trumpeter. Coles spent his early career playing with R&B groups, including those of Eddie Vinson (1948–1951), Bull Moose Jackson (1952), and Earl Bostic (1955–1956). He was with James Moody from 1956 to 1958, and played with Gil Evans's orchestra between 1958 and 1964, including on the Miles Davis album Sketches of Spain. After this he spent time with Charles Mingus in his sextet which also included Eric Dolphy, Clifford Jordan, Jaki Byard, and Dannie Richmond. Following this he played with Herbie Hancock (1968–1969), Ray Charles (1969–1971), Duke Ellington (1971–1974), Art Blakey (1976), Dameronia, Mingus Dynasty, and the Count Basie Orchestra under the direction of Th
  • Johnny Coles (Trenton, 3 juli 1926 - Philadelphia, 21 december 1997) was een Amerikaanse jazz-trompettist. Coles leerde trompet spelen toen hij tien was, daarna volgde de bugel. Hij studeerde in Philadelphia en tijdens de oorlog speelde hij in enkele legerbands. Hij speelde daarna als professioneel musicus in de rhythm-and-blues-groepen van onder meer Eddie Vinson (naast saxofonist John Coltrane, 1948-1951), Bull Moose Jackson (1952) en Earl Bostic (1955-1956). Van 1956 tot 1958 werkte hij bij James Moody en in de periode 1958-1964 was hij lid van het orkest van Gil Evans, waarmee hij bijvoorbeeld te horen is op de albums "Out of the Cool" en "Sketches of Spain" (van trompettist Miles Davis). Hierna speelde hij in het sextet van Charles Mingus (naast bijvoorbeeld Eric Dolphy), waarmee hij
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