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"Slamfoot" Minor (August 10, 1909 - April 11, 1982) was an American
jazz trombonist who featured in the bands of Count Basie, Cab
Calloway and many others from the 1920s to the 1940s. He was born
in Dallas, Texas, and played for a local church orchestra in his
teens before joining local band the Blue Moon Chasers and then, in
1927, his first major professional engagement as a member of Walter
Page's Blue Devils. In 1929 he joined another band, the Blues
Syncopaters led by Ben Smith, and also worked around the same time
in bands led by Earl Dykes, Gene Coy, Lloyd Hunter and Alphonse
Trent. In 1931, he joined the Bennie Moten band.
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