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Label: K&H Records - KS-302 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland
Maxted began his career in as a member of the Red Nichols big band, for which he wrote arrangements. He served in the U.
Navy, then wrote arrangements for the big bands of Claude Thornhill and Benny Goodman. During the s, he had a steady job as house pianist at Nick's club in Greenwich Village. InBritish bandleader Reg Owen had a major hit on the American charts with Maxted's upbeat instrumental composition, "Manhattan Spiritual", released on the Palette label.
He moved to Florida in the s, and continued to Heading West - Roger Rivas And The Brothers Of Reggae - Last Goodbye around Broward County for many years, including a years long stay at The Beach Club. He died in Fort Lauderdale on October 11, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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