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Who is Nat Adderley?
Nat Adderley: Nathaniel "Nat" Adderley was an American jazz cornet and trumpet player who played in the hard bop and soul jazz genres. He was the brother of saxophonist Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, whom he remained very close to in his career but whose shadow Nat followed in for most of his life.
- also known as Adderley, Nat; Nathaniel Carlyle Adderley
- born on (84 years ago) in Tampa
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Florida A&M University
- profession: Trumpeter, musician, composer
- member of musical groups:
- Marriage with Ann James until
- parent of
- died on (15 years ago) in Lakeland
- genres: Soul jazz, Hard bop
- albums: "Work Song", "Naturally!: Nat Adderley Quartets", "Introducing Nat Adderley", "Much Brass", "Autobiography", "Live at Memory Lane", "Calling Out Loud", "Naturally!", "That's Right!", "You, Baby", "Sayin' Somethin'", "Double Exposure", "Soul of the Bible", "Branching Out", "The Scavenger", "Little Big Horn", "To the Ivy League from Nat", "That's Nat", "Mercy, Mercy Mercy", "Soul Zodiac", "That's Right!: Nat Adderley & The Big Sax Section", "In The Bag", "A Little New York Midtown Music", "Them Adderley's", "Talkin' About You", "Good Company", "Coast to Coast", "Benny Carter All Stars (feat. Nat Adderley & Red Norvo)", "Top Hat"
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by the late Leonard Feather, Ira Gitler
Jerome Richardson; Nat Adderley; Ella Fitzgerald; Duke Pearson; Sonny Stitt; among others.
by JOHN THOMAKOS
Cannonball Adderley Nat Adderley Art Blakey Miles Davis Roy Haynes Charlie Parker Thelonius Monk Charles Mingus Billie Holiday Clifford Brown John Coltrane Sonny Rollins Oscar Peterson McCoy Tyner Ella Fitzgerald Shirley Horn Wynton Marsalis Wes Montgomery Max Roach Wayne Shorter Sarah Vaughan ...
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