from Memphis, TN
May 23, 1939 (age 81)
An excellent bop-based trumpeter and a busy session player during much of his career, Marvin Stamm has long been a flexible player. He started on trumpet when he was 12 and later studied at North Texas State University. Stamm was with Stan Kenton's Mellophonium Orchestra during 1961-1963 (getting occasional solos) and played with Woody Herman during 1965-1966. He gained some recognition for his playing with the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra (1966-1972), but spent much of his time during the next two decades in the studios. Stamm, who performed with Benny Goodman during 1974-1975 and toured with George Gruntz's Concert Jazz Band in 1987, has since concentrated much more on jazz playing, and his Music Masters releases are good examples of his talents. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi
Beautiful Brazilian Trumpet - Marvin Stamm (Clifford Brown Would Be Proud)
Marvin Stamm-Straight No Chaser
Marvin Stamm Master Class 2017
You Don't Know What Love Is
Marvin Stamm at the Nashville Jazz Workshop - "There Is No Greater Love"
Speak Low - The Sensitive, Lyrical Flugelhorn of Marvin Stamm
Beautiful Trumpet Version of The Shadow of Your Smile - Marvin Stamm
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