Marvin Stamm

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Marvin Stamm in 2008.

Marvin Stamm (born May 23, 1939, Memphis, Tennessee) is an American bebop trumpeter.

Stamm began on trumpet at age 12. He first attended college at, then known as, Memphis State University and then attended college at North Texas State University where he was a member of the world-renowned One O'Clock Lab Band. Following this he played with Stan Kenton's Mellophonium Orchestra from 1961 to 1963, and with Woody Herman from 1965 to 1966. Following this he was in the Thad Jones and Mel Lewis Orchestra from 1966 to 1972, and with Benny Goodman from 1974 to 1975. In the 1970s he also began a decades-long career as a prolific studio and session musician. In the studio he has recorded with Paul McCartney, Average White Band, Bill Evans, Quincy Jones, Donald Fagen, Oliver Nelson, Duke Pearson, Wes Montgomery, Freddie Hubbard, Stanley Turrentine, Grover Washington, Jr., Patrick Williams, Michel Legrand, Lena Horne, Frank Foster, Paul Desmond, Frankie Valli, Deodato and George Benson. He played the flugelhorn solo on "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" by Paul McCartney.

In the 1980s he played with John Lewis' American Jazz Orchestra, the Bob Mintzer Band, the George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band (1987), Louie Bellson's Big Band and the band of composer Maria Schneider. He has been a member of the Westchester Jazz Orchestra since 2002.


As Leader[edit]

As Sideman[edit]

With Deodato

With Patti Austin

With Kenny Burrell

With Hank Crawford

With Paul Desmond

With Donald Fagen

With Frank Foster

With Johnny Hammond

With Johnny Hodges

With Jackie and Roy

With J. J. Johnson and Kai Winding

With Stan Kenton

With Hubert Laws

With Chuck Mangione

With Quincy Jones

With Arif Mardin

With Milton Nascimento

With Oliver Nelson

With Ed Summerlin

With Gábor Szabó

With Walter Wanderley

With Randy Weston

As Music Educator[edit]

  • Voices The University of Memphis Southern Comfort Jazz Orochestra (Select-O-Hits, 2007) - liner notes


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