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|Date of Birth||February 01, 1904|
|Date of Death||July 02, 1946|
|Place of Birth||New York City, U.S.|
Tricky Sam Nanton Biography
Tricky Sam Nanton is a famous American musicianMusical artist, who was born on February 01, 1904 in New York City, U.S.. According to Astrologers, Tricky Sam Nanton's zodiac sign is Aquarius.
Joe "Tricky Sam" Nanton (February 1, 1904 – July 20, 1946) was an American trombonist with the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
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Joe Nanton was born "Joseph Irish Nanton" in New York City, United States. His parents were John Barzly Nanton and Emily Irish, both immigrants from the British West Indies.
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Joe began playing professionally in Washington, D.C., with bands led by Cliff Jackson and banjoist Elmer Snowden.
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From 1923 to 1924, Nanton worked with Frazier's Harmony Five. A year later, he performed with Snowden. At the age of 22, Nanton found his niche in Duke Ellington's Orchestra, when he reluctantly took the place of his friend Charlie Irvis in 1926, and remained with Ellington until his early death in 1946. Nanton, along with Lawrence Brown, anchored the trombone section.
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Nanton was one of the great pioneers of the plunger mute. In 1921, he heard Johnny Dunn playing the trumpet with a plunger, which Nanton realized could be used to similar effect on the trombone. Together with Ellington's trumpeter Bubber Miley, Nanton is largely responsible for creating the characteristic Wah-wah, or wa-wa, effect. Their highly expressive growl and plunger sounds were the main ingredient in the band's early "jungle" sound, that evolved during the band's late 1920s engagement at Harlem's Cotton Club. According to Barney Bigard, Nanton "grabbed his plunger. He could use that thing, too. It talked to you. I was sitting there, looking up at him, and every time he'd say 'wa-wa,' I was saying 'wa-wa' with my mouth, following him all the way through." Sensing Nanton's impressive manual dexterity, the jovial alto saxophonist Otto Hardwick, ever inclined to tag friends with fitting nicknames, dubbed Nanton "Tricky Sam": "anything to save himself trouble—he was tricky that way."
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