Maynard of those years is difinately the best! But if you're looking for high notes you gotta find some old recordings of Cat Anderson when he was with Count Basie and Louis Bellson. I met him twice, and one time I heard him hit an E above triple C. Whew... now that's up there....Trumpet Man 05 wrote:I picked Maynard...but Maynard from the 50s-70s. That's when he was in his prime. Man could he scream.
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