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Bobby Militello

Bobby Militello - © http://louisville.edu

born on 25/3/1950 in Buffalo, NY, United States

Links www.allaboutjazz.com (English)

Bobby Militello

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Robert Philip Militello, better known as Bobby Militello, Bob Militello, or Bobby M, (born 25 March 1950 in Buffalo, New York) is a U.S. jazz saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist. He has played with Maynard Ferguson and Dave Brubeck, and is active in his hometown's music scene, in Buffalo, New York.

Overview

Militello's work with the Dave Brubeck Quartet, includes:

  • (1983) Bobby M Blow - Motown album (alto sax, tenor sax, flute) 1st national solo album
  • (1993) "Heart & Soul" - Positive Music. 2nd solo CD
  • (1994) "Easy to Love" - Positive Music. 3rd solo CD

Dave Brubeck recordings:

  • (1987) Anniversary Charlie Brown
  • (1989) JVC World Class Sampler, Vol. 2
  • (1991) Quiet As The Moon
  • (1995) "Straight Ahead" - Positive Music 4th solo CD
  • (1994) Late Night Brubeck
  • (1995) Night Shift
  • (1996) To Hope! A Celebration
  • (1997) So Whats New
  • (1998) 40th Anniversary Tour of the UK
  • (1998) Double Live From the US & UK
  • (1999) Playing Our Songs - Various Artists
  • (1999) Duke Ellington Swings!
  • (2000) Retrospective Collection - Compilation
  • (2000) Ford Montreux Detroit Jazz Festival
  • (2001) The Crossing
  • (2001) Live with the LSO
  • (2002) Park Avenue South
  • (2002) 80th Birthday Concert: Live With the LSO
  • (2003) Classical Brubeck
  • (1979-2005) The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Compilation
  • (2005) London Flat, London Sharp - (alto sax, flute)
  • Maynard Ferguson:
  • (1976) Primal Scream - Baritone Sax, Flute and Piccolo
  • (1977) Conquistador
  • (1978) New Vintage
  • (1979) Carnival
  • (1980) Hot

More listings at http://www.bobbymilitello.com [1] http://www.militellos.com

Bobby's brother, Michael, is a highly successful hospitality and catering businessman in Buffalo, New York, whose clubs have often featured a fertile venue for Bobby's performances.

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