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George Cables

George Cables

born on 14/11/1944 in Brooklyn, NY, United States

Links www.georgecables.com (English)

George Cables

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George Andrew Cables (born November 14, 1944) is an American jazz pianist and composer.

Early life

Cables was born in New York City on November 14, 1944.[1] He was initially taught piano by his mother.[1] He then studied at the High School of Performing Arts and later at Mannes College (1963–65).[1] He formed the Jazz Samaritans at the age of 18 – a band that included Billy Cobham, Steve Grossman, and Clint Houston.[1]

Cables' early influences on piano were Thelonious Monk and Herbie Hancock.[1]

Later life and career

Cables has played with Art Blakey, Sonny Rollins, Dexter Gordon, Art Pepper, Joe Henderson, and many other well-established jazz musicians.[2]

His own records include the 1980 Cables' Vision with Freddie Hubbard among others.[3]

From 1983 Cables worked in the project Bebop & Beyond. He left later in the 1980s, but returned for guest appearances on two early 1990s albums, before rejoining in 1998.[1]

Discography

As leader

Contemporary Records

Atlas Records

  • 1980 Some of My Favorite Things with Tony Dumas, Billy Higgins
  • 1982 Old Wine, New Bottle with David Williams, Carl Burnett
  • 1982 Wonderful L.A. with David Williams, Carl Burnett
  • 1983 Sleeping Bee with David Williams, Carl Burnett
  • 1987 Whisper Not with Tony Dumas, Peter Erskine

SteepleChase Records

  • 1993 I Mean You with Jay Anderson, Adam Nussbaum
  • 1994 Beyond Forever with Joe Locke, Santi Debriano, Victor Lewis
  • 1995 Cables Fables with Peter Washington, Kenny Washington
  • 1994 Quiet Fire with Ron McClure, Billy Hart
  • 1995 Person to Person solo
  • 1995 Skylark with Jay Anderson, Albert Heath
  • 1996 Dark Side, Light Side with Jay Anderson, Billy Hart
  • 2000 Bluesology with Jay Anderson, Billy Drummond
  • 2001 One for My Baby with Jay Anderson, Yoron Israel

Others

  • 1975 Why Not (Whynot) with Tony Dumas, Carl Burnett
  • 1982 Goin' Home (Galaxy) with Art Pepper
  • 1982 Tête-à-Tête (Galaxy) with Art Pepper
  • 1984 The Big Jazz Trio (Eastworld) with Stanley Clarke, Peter Erskine
  • 1991 Night and Day (DIW) with Cecil McBee, Billy Hart
  • 1994 Maybeck Recital Hall Series Volume 35 (Concord) solo
  • 2000 Alone Together (Groove Jazz) with Philippe Soirat, Carlos Barretto
  • 2001 Senorita de Aranjuez (Meldac) with George Mraz, Victor Lewis
  • 2002 Shared Secrets (MuseFX) with Bennie Maupin, Gary Bartz
  • 2003 Looking for the Light (MuseFX) with Gary Bartz, Peter Washington, Victor Lewis
  • 2006 A Letter to Dexter (Kind of Blue) with Rufus Reid, Victor Lewis
  • 2010 You Dont Know Me (Kind of Blue)
  • 2012 My Muse (HighNote) with Essiet Essiet, Victor Lewis
  • 2014 Icons & Influences
  • 2015 In Good Company

As sideman

With Laurie Antonioli

  • Soul Eyes (Catero, 1984)

With Art Blakey

With Joe Chambers

  • The Almoravid (Muse, 1974)

With Joe Farrell

With Chico Freeman

  • Focus (Contemporary, 1995)

With Curtis Fuller

  • Crankin' (Mainstream, 1971)

With Billy Harper

  • Capra Black (Strata-East, 1973)

With Roy Haynes

  • Thank You Thank You (Galaxy, 1977)
  • Vistalite (Galaxy, 1977 [1979])

With Eddie Henderson

With Joe Henderson

  • If You're Not Part of the Solution, You're Part of the Problem (Milestone, 1970)
  • In Pursuit of Blackness (Milestone, 1971)

With Freddie Hubbard

  • High Energy (Columbia, 1974)
  • Liquid Love (1975)

With Bobby Hutcherson

  • Waiting (Blue Note, 1975)
  • Knucklebean (Blue Note, 1977)
  • Highway One (Columbia, 1978)
  • Conception: The Gift of Love (Columbia, 1979)
  • Un Poco Loco (Columbia, 1979)
  • Four Seasons (Timeless, 1983 [1985])
  • Good Bait (Landmark, 1985)

With Philly Joe Jones

  • Philly Mignon (Galaxy, 1977)

With Eddie Marshall

  • Dance of the Sun (Muse, 1977)

With Greg Marvin

  • Taking Off! (Planet X, 1991)
  • Special Edition (Planet X, 2001)

With Art Pepper

  • The Trip (Contemporary, 1976)
  • No Limit (Contemporary, 1977)
  • Thursday Night at the Village Vanguard (Contemporary, 1977 [1979])
  • Friday Night at the Village Vanguard (Contemporary, 1977 [1979])
  • Saturday Night at the Village Vanguard (Contemporary, 1977 [1979])
  • More for Les at the Village Vanguard (Contemporary, 1977 [1985])
  • San Francisco Samba (Contemporary, 1977 [1997])
  • So in Love (Artists House, 1979)
  • Artworks (Galaxy, 1979 [1984])
  • Landscape (Galaxy, 1979)
  • Besame Mucho (JVC, 1979 [1981])
  • Roadgame (Galaxy, 1981 [1982])
  • Art Lives (Galaxy 1981 [1983])
  • APQ (Galaxy, 1981 [1984])
  • Arthur's Blues (Galaxy, 1981 [1991])
  • Art Pepper: Unreleased Art, Vol. 1 (APM 2006)

With Max Roach

  • Lift Every Voice and Sing (Atlantic, 1971)
  • To the Max! (Enja, 1990–91)

With Sonny Rollins

  • Next Album (Milestone 1972)

With Bud Shank

  • Yesterday, Today and Forever (Concord Jazz, 1983) with Shorty Rogers
  • California Concert (Contemporary, 1985) with Shorty Rogers
  • That Old Feeling (Contemporary, 1986)
  • Quiet Fire (Contemporary, 1991)

With Woody Shaw

  • Blackstone Legacy (Contemporary, 1970)
  • Song of Songs (Contemporary, 1972)
  • Woody III (Columbia, 1979)

With Archie Shepp

  • Archie Shepp
  • California Meeting: Live on Broadway (Soul Note, 1985)

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Rinzler, Paul; Kernfeld, Barry, Cables, George, Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press, retrieved December 18, 2014, (Subscription required (help)) 
  2. ^ Allmusic
  3. ^ Yanow, Scott. "Cables' Vision: Review". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-12-27. 

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