Mongezi Feza - Louis Moholo - Johnny Dyani - Dudu Pukwana - Nikele Moyake - Chris McGregor - Brotherhood of Breath - Ogun Records - Assagai - Free jazz. THE BLUE NOTES: The Blue Notes were a South African jazz sextet, whose definitive line up featured Chris McGregor, Mongezi Feza, Dudu Pukwana, Nikele Moyake. Feza was an integral part of groups like Chris McGregor's Blue Notes and Brotherhood Of Breath and England's Jazz and experimental rock scene before his. Monty Weber, Chris McGregor, Mongezi Feza Stay tuned, there are two other Blue Notes recordings to come. If you missed the two earlier. He was born in the town of Queenstown, now known as Komani. He played trumpet from the age of 8, and was talented enough at 17 to join The Blue Notes, alongside. Jazz review: Blue Notes: The Ogun Collection and ) commemorated the departures of trumpeter Mongezi Feza and bassist Johnny Dyani. He's talking about the Blue Notes, a multiracial modern jazz outfit formed in tenor saxophonist Nikele Moyake, trumpeter Mongezi Feza. Mongezi Feza on trumpet at the concert in that is the source of the The Blue Notes embody the beauty of South African jazz in the. Chris McGregor then invited him to join the pioneering Blue Notes sextet where he played along with Mongezi Feza, Nikele Moyake, Johnny Dyani and Louis. a white pianist who in had organized in South Africa a mixed-race group, the Blue Notes: Mongezi Feza on trumpet, Dudu Pukwana on alto saxophone.