Little White Lies - Russel ;Big Chief; Moore* - Russel ;Big Chief; Moores Pow Wow Jazz Band (Vinyl, LP)

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  3. Big Chief Russell Moore (August 13, – December 15, ) was an American jazz trombonist.. Moore was a Pima American Indian, born in Komatke, Arizona and lived in Blue Island, Illinois from age twelve, where he studied trumpet, piano, drums, French horn, and trombone. He moved to Los Angeles in the early s, where he worked freelance with Lionel Hampton (), Eddie Barefield, and.
  4. Little Crow’s mother had been a chief’s daughter, celebrated for her beauty and spirit, and it is said that she used to plunge him into the lake through a hole in the ice, rubbing him afterward with snow, to strengthen his nerves, and that she would remain with him alone in the deep woods for days at a time, so that he might know that.
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  6. was an American jazz trombonist. “Big Chief” Russell Moore who was born in Gila Crossing, Arizona. A Pima Indian, he spent his childhood in an adobe house on the Gila River Reservation. After his father died, Moore went to live with an uncle in Chicago. His uncle .
  7. Moore in all of us.” Several GRIC musical per-From left: Jacob Moore and Randall Moore pose with Russell “Big Chief” Moore’s trombone at the Huhugam Heritage Center during the grand opening of the Russell Moore Exhibit on Sept. Russell ‘Big Chief’ Moore comes alive with new exhibit at the Huhugam Heritage Center By Roberto A.
  8. Donald Trump attacked popular evangelical leader Russell Moore. It was a rare — but comically huge — miss for the master of insults.

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