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Dick Titterington

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Dick holds a BA in trumpet performance from the University of Nevada, Reno where he graduated with honors. He has done five jazz recordings as a leader, many more as a sideman and is a co-founder of the Portland-based HeavyWood jazz record label. Dick has had the pleasure of learning from some greats in the Jazz world such as: LeRoy Vinnegar, Lonnie Smith, Ira Sullivan, Bobby Shew, & others. On the Portland scene, Dick, in addition to teaching in adjuct positions at local colleges and working the local recording and show scenes, has played & collaborated with local jazz musicians such as; Dave Frishberg, Alan Jones, Randy Porter, Scott Steed, Rebecca Kilgore, Bobby Torres, George Mitchell, Geoff Lee, Mel Brown, Steve Christofferson, Tom Wakeling

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News: Recording

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Yellow Dance

Label: Heavywood Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Yellow Dance; Seven Steps to Heaven; Lunky; How Are Things In Glocca Morra?; Seams; Trinkle Tinkle; Lose the Crowd; You're A Lucky Guy; Stream Line; Minha Saudade; Original Key; Alice In Wonderland.

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Article: Album Review

Dick Titterington: Yellow Dance

Read "Yellow Dance" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


This is an interesting second effort from trumpeter Dick Titterington whose debut was '98's Amber Eyes. Essentially, the group is a pianoless trio of trumpet, bass, and drums that is augmented on half of the dozen tracks by flutist Tim Jensen, tenor saxophonist Rob Davis, and melodica player Randy Porter. So the recording explores different musical ...

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Article: Album Review

Dick Titterington: Yellow Dance

Read "Yellow Dance" reviewed by Tom MacMillan


Dick Titterington truly hits the bullseye on his latest album, a traditional jazz outing entitled Yellow Dance. It finds Titterington in a setting very different from his debut, Amber Eyes; whereas the earlier record featured a full quintet, his latest lacks piano, guitar, or a consistent horn section. Flautist Tim Jensen and tenor man Rob Davis ...


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