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(July 17, 1936 – February 8, 2002) was an American jazz baritone saxophonist.
"Baritone Madness" is a 1978 album from saxophonist
, featuring Pepper Adams, Ted Curson, Derek Smith, Dave Holland, Roy Haynes (Bee Hive Records).
Tom has played with many jazz musicians including Dave Holland, Ken Peplowski, Greg Abate, Bruce Gertz, Larry Coryell,
, Phil Wilson, Mike Turk, Gray Sargent, John Lockwood, Dick Johnson, Herb Pomeroy, and Les DeMerle.
Bee Hive was named for the club of the same name. Sometimes it recorded musicians who had started in Chicago, such as Junior Mance and Clifford Jordan. The first album was by
in 1977. Bee Hive was its own distributor, and its albums were not as widely available as those from other companies.
The composition has been recorded many times by avant-garde saxophonist Anthony Braxton, including a cut for his album called "Donna Lee". Other artists include Tito Puente (Latin jazz composer and performer),
, Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh (saxophone), Clifford Brown, Wallace Roney and Ryan Kisor (trumpet), and Karrin Allyson (piano/vocal scat).
Joseph Mark "Joe" Cohn (born December 28, 1956, Flushing, New York) is an American jazz guitarist. His father is Al Cohn. He studied at Berklee College of Music, and has played with Bob Mover,
, Freddy Cole, Buddy DeFranco, Dick Johnson, Al Grey, Carmen Leggio, and Duffy Jackson.
A year later, he attended the University of Michigan and began his journey towards receiving his Bachelor's and his master's degree in Music. During the first semester of his sophomore year, James transferred to Berklee College of Music, in Boston, Massachusetts. James's roommate was
, who has become one of the great baritone sax jazz artists.
Reservoir Records is jazz record label founded in 1987 by Mark and Kayla Feldman, with special attention given to a piano series. Its catalogue includes music by Kenny Barron,
, Steve Kuhn, Hod O'Brien, Claudio Roditi Pepper Adams, Tommy Flanagan, Al Grey, Peter Leitch, J. R. Monterose, Ralph Moore, Valery Ponomarev, Joe Puma, Don Sickler, and Buddy Tate.
David Samuel "Dave" Pike (March 23, 1938 – October 3, 2015) was a jazz vibraphone and marimba player. He appears on many Herbie Mann albums as well as those by Bill Evans,
, Paul Bley and Kenny Clarke. He also recorded extensively as leader, including a number of albums on MPS Records.
Among the group's alumni are Jimmy Owens, Randy Brecker, Richard Williams, Jon Faddis, Jimmy Knepper, John Handy, Craig Handy, Joe Farrell, Ricky Ford, George Adams, David Murray, Clifford Jordan,
, Don Pullen, Roland Hanna, Jaki Byard, Mike Richmond, Dannie Richmond, Billy Hart, Kenny Washington, Charlie Haden, Aladar Pege, Reggie Johnson, Reggie Workman, and Richard Davis.
More recent notable performers include Hamiet Bluiett (who has also led a group of baritone players), John Surman, Scott Robinson, James Carter, Stephen "Doc" Kupka of the band Tower of Power,
, Denis DiBlasio, Gary Smulyan, Brian Landrus, Ronnie Cuber, and Frank Basile. In the avant-garde scene, Tim Berne has doubled on bari. A noted Scottish performer is Joe Temperley, who has appeared with Humphrey Lyttelton as well as with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.
In the late 1990s, Cohan wrote and arranged songs for Ramsey Lewis's albums "Dance of the Soul" and "Appassionata", a 2000 album that was named "jazz album of the year" by "Billboard Magazine". Additionally, Cohan has worked with Freddie Hubbard, Milt Hinton, Jon Faddis, Joe Locke, Andy Narell, Curtis Fuller, Pat La Barbera, Regina Carter,
, Andy Bey, Kurt Elling, and Michal Urbaniak among others.
In the early 1980s Beach spent 7 months in the European jazz scene. He lived in Amsterdam and performed in clubs there such as the Bamboo Bar and Jazz Café Alto as leader of his own trio. In 1984 he returned to the United States, worked regularly with drummer Ron Steen and performed in groups with Joe Henderson, Bobby Hutcherson, Eddie Harris, Howard Roberts and
Hays was born in New York City and was raised in Greenwich, Connecticut. He began studying piano at the age of six and was playing professionally by 15, finding himself two years later, playing with baritone saxophonist
. After spending a year at the Manhattan School of Music to perfect his skills, he began travelling around the U.S., Japan, and Europe with various bands, including The Harper Brothers, Benny Golson, Joe Henderson and Eddie Gomez.
He has been a member of the American Federation of Musicians since 1972, and is the leader of Rio JAZZ, a Brazilian jazz concert sextet formed in 1988. Matt has performed with
, Kenny Blake, Brad Upton, Dave Holland, Glen Moore, Joel Rosenblatt, Mark Egan, Pete Levin, Terry Silverlight and many others. He is married to singer/songwriter Denise Jordan Finley and lives in Pine Plains, NY and Bolton Landing, NY.
Hendelman has performed with the Jeff Hamilton Trio, the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, Harry Allen, Teddy Edwards, Warren Vache, Houston Person, Jeff Clayton,
, Phil Upchurch, Rickey Woodard, John Clayton and Barbara Morrison. He also leads his own trio and his debut CD "Playground" features him in this trio setting. His album "Destinations" features Lewis Nash and Marco Panascia. The album reached number one on the JazzWeek Jazz Charts in September 2010.
Finley grew up performing in resorts in Bolton Landing and Lake George (New York), graduated from Phillips Academy and Union College where he studied composition with Edgar Curtis, Director of the Albany Symphony Orchestra. After obtaining a master's degree from the College of Saint Rose, he performed for seven years with Grammy Award-winning baritone saxophonist
. A multi-instrumentalist, Matt performs on flugelhorn, trumpet, soprano sax and flute. He is a retired professor of computer information systems and was academic dean at Dutchess Community College in Poughkeepsie, New York, where he earned the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service granted by the State University of New York.
Another highlight in Nick's career was the Many Styles of
series, which had Nick playing three distinctly different styles of jazz. The first set was a swing/dixie with such stars as Doc Cheatham, Jimmy McPartland and Helen Humes. The second set was dedicated to bebop, with Chet Baker, Thad Jones and Jack Wilkins. His final set was with Petrus - his working group at the time, where they played both fusion and avant garde jazz. Two such performances were held at the Cohoes Music Hall in Cohoes, NY and the final one at Page Hall in Albany, N.Y.
Randy Halberstadt (born May 1, 1953 in New York, New York) is an American jazz pianist, composer, recording artist, author, and teacher. In addition to leading his own trio and quintet and producing his own recordings ("Inner Voice", "Clockwork", "Parallel Tracks", "Flash Point"), he has performed with Herb Ellis, Buddy DeFranco,
, Terry Gibbs, Slide Hampton, Pete Christlieb, Bobby Shew, Joe LaBarbera, Lanny Morgan, David Friesen, Kim Richmond, Don Lanphere, Jiggs Whigham, Roswell Rudd, Jack Walrath, Gary Smulyan, Julian Priester, Mel Brown, and many others. In 2004, Randy recorded with Bay area guitarist Mimi Fox and the world-renowned Ray Drummond on bass.
Also, in the mid 1970s, Nick heard a group called Petrus at the Last Chance Saloon in Albany, N.Y. It was led by pianist Phil Markowitz with Gordon Johnson on bass, and Ted Moore on drums. The trio began at the Eastman School of music in Rochester, NY. They were a fusion oriented group greatly influenced by Chick Corea. Nick joined the group, which became known as
and Petrus and while they never recorded, found a great deal of both popular and critical acclaim for their work together.
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