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Garnett Brown

Date de naissance 31.1.1936 à Memphis, TN, Etats-Unis d Amérique

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Garnett Brown

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Garnett Brown

Garnett Brown (born 31 January 1936) is a jazz trombonist who has worked with The Crusaders, Herbie Hancock, Lionel Hampton, and others.

Born in Memphis, Tennessee, he graduated from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and later studied film scoring and electronic music at UCLA.[1] In 1974 he won the Down Beat Reader's poll for trombonist,[2] and appears on the classic 1976 recording Bobby Bland and B.B. King Together Again...Live.

He did some work in film and television composition due to his training in the field. In 1989 he was the conductor and orchestrator for Harlem Nights.[3]

Discography

As sideman

  • 1965: Slightly Latin - Roland Kirk
  • 1965 Hold On, I'm Coming - Art Blakey
  • 1965: Honeybuns - Duke Pearson
  • 1966: Heavy!!! - Booker Ervin
  • 1966: Flute By-Laws - Hubert Laws
  • 1967: Lush Life - Lou Donaldson
  • 1967: The Return of the Prodigal Son - Stanley Turrentine
  • 1967: Introducing Duke Pearson's Big Band - Duke Pearson
  • 1967: It's All Right! - Teddy Edwards
  • 1968: Easterly Winds - Jack Wilson
  • 1968: Manhattan Fever - Frank Foster
  • 1968: Now Hear This - Duke Pearson
  • 1968: Plug Me In - Eddie Harris
  • 1969: Crying Song - Hubert Laws
  • 1969: The Prisoner - Herbie Hancock
  • 1970: Houston Express - Houston Person
  • 1971: My Way - Gene Ammons
  • 1971: Plastic Dreams - Modern Jazz Quartet
  • 1971: What's Going On - Johnny "Hammond" Smith
  • 1972: Blue Moses - Randy Weston
  • 1972: Soul Is... Pretty Purdie - Bernard Purdie
  • 1972: Time & Love - Jackie and Roy
  • 1972: Free - Airto Moreira
  • 1972: Sweet Revival - Ronnie Foster
  • 1972: Morning Star - Hubert Laws
  • 1973: Part of the Search - Yusef Lateef
  • 1973: Charles III - Charles Earland
  • 1973: Giant Box - Don Sebesky
  • 1973: Sassy Soul Strut - Lou Donaldson
  • 1973: Today's Man - Charles McPherson
  • 1974: 10 Years Hence - Yusef Lateef
  • 1974: The Fourth Dimension - Jack McDuff
  • 1974: Until It's Time for You to Go - Rusty Bryant
  • 1974: Crosswinds - Billy Cobham
  • 1974: Journey Arif Mardin (Atlantic)
  • 1975: Man-Child - Herbie Hancock
  • 1975: Brass Fever - Brass Fever
  • 1976: Time Is Running Out - Brass Fever
  • 1976: How Can You Live Like That? - Eddie Harris
  • 1976: Bobby Bland and B.B. King Together Again...Live
  • 1976: Silver 'n Wood - Horace Silver
  • 1980: Night Song - Ahmad Jamal

As session player

  • 1974 Continental American - Peter Allen

References

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