The PHIL RANELIN Jazz Ensemble "Special" Home Comin' Performance To: The STAGE Fri Sept 23rd

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Comment by DojO- on September 27, 2016 at 2:12pm

"Some photos of Naptown Hall of Famer Phil Ranelin, last week at the World Stage! with Aaron Shaw on tenor and flute! Dig it!" - ‎Chuck Koton‎

      

" Honorable, Maestro Tribe Cheif & 'Kung-Fu Panda' 'Grasshopper Student,' honored, Kodak moment " Thx -  O-!

Comment by DojO- on September 27, 2016 at 2:01pm
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Fri. Sept. 23 -- Phil Ranelin gets that sensual Motown trombone into the corners of (J)azz & Latin experience with his exceptional band: pianist Mahesh Balasooriya, bassist Tony Dumas, drummer Don Littleton, windman Pablo Calogero, and tenorist Aaron Shaw. At the World Stage, 4321 Degnan Blvd., Leimert Park 90008; 9pm (two sets); $20; www.theworldstage.org. - Greg Burk, Metal Jazz
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Comment by DojO- on September 21, 2016 at 6:39pm

   "This Friday night September 23 The World Stage Art, Education & Performance Gallery Presents : Phil Ranelin

Ranelin was born in Indianapolis, and lived in New York before moving to Detroit in the 1960s. He played as a session musician on many Motown recordings, including with Stevie Wonder.

In 1971, he and Wendell Harrison formed a group called The Tribe, which was an avant-garde jazz ensemble devoted to black consciousness. Alongside it he co-founded Tribe Records. He released several albums as a leader in the 1970s, and continued with The Tribe project until 1978.

Following this, Ranelin worked with Freddie Hubbard Norman Connors, Ella Fitzgerald, Art Pepper, Teddy Edwards, Gerald Wilson, Vi Redd, Freddie Redd, Marcus Belgrave, Wendell Harrison, Harold McKinney, Ray Appleton, Roy Brooks, Sarah Vaughan, Larry Gales, Tootie Heath, James Spaulding and the all-star Luckman Jazz Orchestra at the Disney Concert Hall." - The World Stage

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