JJ.Johnson is also known as James Louis. James was born on January 22, 1924, at Indianapolis, Indiana in the United States. At the age of nine he started studying piano, he completed his piano course at fourteen, and after that started his Trombone learning. James began his professional training for trombone at 1941 from Clarence Love. In 1942 he played along with Snookum Russell. He met Trumpeter Fats Navarro who inspired him a lot while he was working with Russell’s band.

Because of his inspiration, he played the new style of music Lester Young. During 1942 and 1945 he joined the Orchestra group of Benny Carter.In 1942 he made his first recording under the guidance of Carter named as On Love for Sale In October. He then made his first Jazz appearance in 1943 as Jazz at the Philharmonic show, which happened in Los Angeles. This show was organized by Norman Graz. Later he joined the Tour of the Big band Of Count Basie which traveled to almost all parts and made different Recordings.

In 1946 he left Basie and took part in a small group of Club at Newyork. In 1947 he joined hand with Illinois Jacques and made a tour. During 1959, with trumpeter Howard McGhee and bassist Oscar Prettified, Johnson visited the army camps of Korea and Japan before returning to America and taking a daily task as an inspector for the overall design blueprint. Johnson accepted that he turned into nevertheless thinking of not anything, however, tracks in the course of that time, and indeed, his Blue Note Records recordings as each a frontrunner and with Miles Davis date from this era. Johnson's compositions “Kelo" and "Enigma" were recorded by way of Davis for Blue Note and Johnson changed into a part of the traditional jazz Walk in is recorded by the Davis Studio Session as its part in 1954.

This period covers with the beginnings of Johnson's not kidding attacks into Third Stream tune. Times of composing and recording his music may trade with outings stressing enthusiasm to his betting. Following the half year he spent written work Perceptions , James date with André Previn's trio after joining the studio (including Johnson because the best horn). They recorded an entire collection of the tune of Kurt Weill. The sharp game plans and roused playing of each star on J.J. Johnson Play 'Mack the Knife' and Andre Previn and some Weill Songs of Kurt substantiated the producer's premonition, yet this recording was currently not discharged on CD till after his withering. In 1962 Johnson visited for some of the months with Davis' sextet of that a year, which went unrecorded.

Harald Kloser English Actor

Harald Kloser

Harald is a music composer for movies, scriptwriter, and a producer too. He was born in Central Europe in the year 1956. He worked as a music teacher in a place called Hohenems after his graduation.  He has been working as a music producer since 1984. In a band called the "Oceanliner" group, Kloser was the lead singer and the keyboardist. Sternberg-Shooting Star was the first movie for which he scored the music. In an interview given by him after the grand success of the highest grossing movie 2012, he stated that he had a keen interest in producing disaster movies. The reason behind this was that it showed a lot of ordinary people in many extraordinary situations, and also all the disaster movies had the craziest storylines. In the movie 2012, Harald was the producer and also scored the music for this motion picture.  At this stage, Harald came under the category of the leading composers in Hollywood and worked almost everytime with the two big names of Hollywood Roland Emmerich and Robert Dornhelm. One of Kloser's most famous soundtracks was the music to Emmerich‘s movie 'The Day After Tomorrow' which had released in the year 2004. The duo Emmerich and Harald announced the release of the famous movie 10,000 BC in 2008. He has also won the BMI Film Music award for that picture and also for Alien vs. Predator. He worked on movies like The Day After Tomorrow, 2012, 10,000 BC with his friend Thomas Wanker whose name was changed to Thomas Wander by Harald Kloser because he knew what its meaning was literally in British English. He married the most beautiful and talented actress Désirée Nosbusch and they have two children Luka-Teresa & Lennon-Noah together


Hans Zimmer

German-born musician Hans Zimmer is known as one of Hollywood's most creative musical talents. He highlighted in the music record for The Buggles single named Video Killed the Radio Star which grew a worldwide hit and served usher in a new age of global performance as the original music video to be displayed on MTV. Zimmer joined the world of movie music in London when a long collaboration with famed musician and instructor Stanley Myers, which involved the movie My Beautiful Laundrette. He quickly began work on numerous successful solo designs, covering the critically praised A World Apart, and through these ages, Zimmer explored the use of mixing old and new artistic technologies. Today, this practice has earned him the honor of being the father of combining the electronic harmonious world with classical orchestral scores. A growing point in Zimmer's profession came in 1988 when he was requested to score Rain Man for Barry Levinson. The movie went on to gain the Oscar in the category of Best Picture of the Year and made Zimmer his first Academy Award Submission in the category of Best Original Score. The following year, Zimmer created the score for another Best Picture Oscar winner, Driving Miss Daisy, featuring Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy. Having now scored two Best Picture winners, in the 1990s, Zimmer fastened his position as a pre-raised talent with the award-gaining music for The Lion King. The album has marketed over 15 million specimens to date and gained him a Golden Globe, an Academy Award in the category of Best Original Score, a Tony, an American Music Award, and two Grammy Awards. In result, Zimmer's performance has been nominated for 7 Grammys, 7 Golden Globes, and seven Oscars for Rain Man, The Lion King, Gladiator, The Preacher's Wife, The Prince of Egypt, As Good as It Gets, The Last Samurai, and The Thin Red Line. With his job in full swing, Zimmer was eager to replicate the mentoring knowledge he had served from under Stanley Myers' direction. With state-of-the-art and a supportive artistic environment, Zimmer was able to allow film-scoring moments to young musicians at his Santa Monica-based talented think tank. This program helped start the careers of such notable musicians as John Powell, Mark Mancina, Nick Glennie-Smith, Harry Gregson-Williams, and Klaus Badelt. Some of his other notable scores include The Ring, Pearl Harbor, four movies directed by Matchstick Men, Ridley Scott; Riding in Cars with Boys, Hannibal, Black Hawk Down, and A League of Their Own and Thelma & Louise, Ron Howard's Backdraft, Tony Scott's True Romance, Tears of the Sun, Days of Thunder, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron and Smilla's Sense of Snow. At the 27th anniversary The Flanders International Film Festival, Zimmer played live for the first time in a show with a band and a 100-piece choir. Choosing readings from his remarkable body of work, Zimmer made newly orchestrated performance versions of Rain Man, Gladiator, and Mission: Impossible II, The Thin Red Line, The Lion King. The concert was filmed by Decca and issued as a concert collection named The Wings of a Film: The Music of Hans Zimmer. Zimmer performed his 100th film music for the movie The Last Samurai, featuring Tom Cruise, for which he won both Broadcast Film Critics nomination and a Golden Globe. Zimmer added Nancy Meyers' drama Something's Gotta Give, Shark Tale and most recently, Jim Brooks' Spanglish featuring Adam Sandler and Téa Leoni. Zimmer's further honors and grants include the Frederick Loewe Award in 2003, the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award in the category Film Composition from the National Board of Review. He has also earned ASCAP's Henry Mancini Honor for Lifetime Accomplishment. Hans and his wife reside in Los Angeles and he is the dad of four kids.

Hans Zimmer English Actor