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TENOR SAX
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WOODY SHAW
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  1. Joe Henderson is proof that jazz can sell without watering down the music; it just takes creative marketing.
  2. Joe Henderson is always a nice addition to any setting and bobby hutcherson as usual is brilliant.
  3. Joe Henderson is one of the most celebrated tenor saxophone players in the history of jazz. (Web site)
  4. Joe Henderson was his next association, which was followed by a 1975 summer tour of Europe with the Billy Harper Quintet. (Web site)

Young Woody Shaw

  1. That said, the tunes are all keeled on even tempos, with thoughtful, tight soloing from Joe Henderson and a young Woody Shaw. (Web site)

Johnson

  1. Many of these can be heard on Horace's break-through albums of the 60s and 70s with Joe Henderson, J.J. Johnson, and Woody Shaw.

Lineup

  1. Fred Lipsius left and was replaced by jazz legend Joe Henderson (but did not stay long enough to record), before Lou Marini settled into the new lineup.

Unity

  1. Unity, recorded in 1965, remains his best-known album; it features a front line of Joe Henderson and the young Woody Shaw.

Teenager

  1. He grew up in Berkeley and played as a teenager with Joe Henderson and Woody Shaw.
  2. While still a teenager, he played with saxophonists Frank Foster and Joe Henderson and trumpeters Cal Massey and Freddie Hubbard. (Web site)

Album

  1. Produced and arranged by Randy, the album featured saxophonist Joe Henderson, bassist Ron Carter, drummer Al Foster and a young pianist named Dave Kikosky. (Web site)

Special Place

  1. Of all my favorite jazz saxophonists, Joe Henderson holds a special place in my heart due to his versatility, spontaneity, creativity and unique personality. (Web site)

Tenor

  1. Joining Kenny are Joe Henderson on tenor, Tommy Flanagan on piano, and the rhythm section of Richard Davis (b) and Albert Heath (d).

Long Battle

  1. On June 30, 2001, Joe Henderson passed away due to heart failure after a long battle with emphysema. (Web site)

Jazz World

  1. When Joe Henderson emerged out of nowhere in 1963 and was presented by trumpeter Kenny Dorham, it must have confused many in the jazz world.

Full Maturity

  1. Still one album shy of full maturity, Joe Henderson is nonetheless obligingly powerful and emotional during most of the session. (Web site)

Jimmy Heath

  1. Kevin has performed in concert and recorded with numerous well-known jazz artists including Jimmy Heath, Benny Golson, Joe Henderson and Barry Harris.

Pharoah Sanders

  1. He jammed around the Bay Area with great musicians such as Joe Henderson and Pharoah Sanders. (Web site)

Trumpet

  1. Additionally, the supporting cast was truly world class; Woody Shaw on trumpet (one of his first dates), Joe Henderson, and the legendary Elvin Jones.

Blue Mitchell

  1. Mark spent significant time working with Joe Henderson, Blue Mitchell, David Liebman and Harold Land, composing all the while.

Bobby Hutcherson

  1. Grant Green is just superb on this outing as too is Joe Henderson and Bobby Hutcherson.

Group

  1. Dorham was an early booster of Joe Henderson (who played with his group in 1963-1964).

Band

  1. That band had Joe Henderson on tenor, Roger Humphries on drums, Teddy Smith on bass and Horace and myself.
  2. This album also introduced his new band with Joe Henderson and Carmell Jones and features the classic band with Blue Mitchell and Junior Cook.
  3. This concert features Chick Corea playing with members of the Return to Forever band, which includes Stanley Clarke, Lenny White and Joe Henderson.

Henderson

  1. Henderson worked with John Handy, Tyrone Washington, and Joe Henderson, in addition to his own group. (Web site)

Diversity Program

  1. Joe Henderson (Nashville, Tenn.) participated in the Drive for Diversity program in 2004 and 2005.

Time

  1. Perhaps Joe Henderson and Silver himself were among the most known at the time, and today for that matter.

Top Form

  1. Not only is Grant Green in top form, but Joe Henderson does more than just show up for this date.

Herbie Hancock

  1. By 1964 the man who'd made a star of Jimmy Smith was recording cutting-edge players such as Eric Dolphy, Joe Henderson, Andrew Hill and Herbie Hancock. (Web site)

Sonny Rollins

  1. Veteran musicians, such as trombonist J. J. Johnson and saxophonists Joe Henderson and Sonny Rollins, found new audiences among younger listeners. (Web site)

Stan Getz

  1. He ranks with Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane, Stan Getz, Joe Henderson and a dozen or so others as one of the modern masters of the tenor saxophone. (Web site)
  2. He's played alongside Joe Henderson, Stan Getz and Art Farmer, and has pushed his own log of inventive work through the pipeline since the late 1970s.
  3. She played with Joe Henderson (1972-75) and Stan Getz (1975-1977) before leading her own trio and quartet. (Web site)

Music

  1. The first project is The Music of Joe Henderson who Mel Martin and others in the band played and recorded with extensively. (Web site)

Elvin Jones

  1. His masterpiece was Unity, cut in 1965 with an all-star lineup -- Woody Shaw, Joe Henderson, Elvin Jones -- that necessarily tied down all the loose edges.

Wayne Shorter

  1. Rosnes was soon tapped for a series of high-profile gigs with jazz masters such as Johnson, Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter, James Moody and others. (Web site)

Tenor Sax

  1. The other part has Silver on piano, Carmell Jones on trumpet, Joe Henderson on tenor sax, Teddy Smith on bass, and Roger Humphries on drums. (Web site)
  2. Herbie Hancock on fender rhodes,Ron Carter on electric & acoustic bass,Lenny White on drums & Joe Henderson on tenor sax & alto flute.
  3. Top those guys off with great playing from Joe Henderson (tenor sax), Barry Harris (piano) and trumpeter Lee Morgan, and you've got a going concern.

Freddie Hubbard

  1. The outstanding tenor saxophonists in this last category of hard bop are Joe Henderson and Wayne Shorter; the top trumpeter is Freddie Hubbard. (Web site)
  2. He was around in the '60s and '70s, on albums by people like Gerald Wilson, Don Ellis, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson and Bobby Hutcherson. (Web site)
  3. Reed also worked in the bands of Freddie Hubbard and Joe Henderson (1991-92).

Woody Shaw

  1. En ellas, trabajó con los mejores músicos de la era post-bop, como Eric Dolphy, Joe Henderson, Woody Shaw, Tony Williams y Freddie Hubbard. (Web site)
  2. Elvin Jones, Woody Shaw and Joe Henderson do some of their best work on this session. (Web site)
  3. The album that put Larry Young and Woody Shaw on the jazz map, this exciting and inventive session with Joe Henderson and Elvin Jones.

Joe Henderson

  1. Brazilian jazz has survived as a definite influence in the works of famous jazz musicians such as Wes Montgomery and Joe Henderson. (Web site)
  2. Ammons showed little interest, however, in the modal jazz of John Coltrane, Joe Henderson or Wayne Shorter that was emerging at the same time. (Web site)
  3. As a pianist, he has toured and recorded with the likes of Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Tom Harrell, Ron Carter and Kenny Garrett.

Categories

  1. Arts > Music > Musicians > Woody Shaw
  2. Freddie Hubbard
  3. Tenor Sax
  4. Culture > Arts > Music > Brazilian Jazz
  5. Musicians > Miles Davis > John Coltrane > Elvin Jones
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