Happy Birthday David Murray. ‘One More Circle’

This day (February 19, 1955), in Oakland, California, is born David Murray, an American musician who plays mainly tenor saxophone and sometimes bass clarinet.

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This day (February 19, 1955), in Oakland, California, is born David Murray, an American musician who plays mainly tenor saxophone and sometimes bass clarinet.Tracklist : w/ Saul Williams - Citizens (2018) . w/ Hamid Drake (2017) . w/ Lydian Sound Orchestra (2015) . @ Jamboree Jazz Club (2014) . w/ C

Tracklist :

w/ Saul Williams – Citizens (2018) . w/ Hamid Drake (2017) . w/ Lydian Sound Orchestra (2015) . @ Jamboree Jazz Club (2014) . w/ Cuban Ensemble – At The Nyc Winter Jazz Fest (2012) . w/ James Blood Ulmer – Blues Big Band . w/ Black Saint Quartet -Live In Berlin (2007) . w/ Black Saint Quartet – Flowers For Albert (2009) . w/ Cassandra Wilson – The Prophet Of Doom . At Kongsberg Jazz Festival . ‘I Am A Jazz Man’ (1/2) . ‘I Am A Jazz Man’ (2/2) .

Tracklist :

Circles . Ming . Waltz to Heaven . Santa Barbara And Crenshaw Follies . Flowers for Albert . New Life . Chazz . India . The Hill . Dewey’s Circle .

SELECTED ALBUMS

Recorded in December, 2002, Waltz Again is an album by David Murray with Lafayette Gilchist, Jaribu Shahidand Hamid Drake and a ten strings section. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[2013] American poet Saul Williams sits in with David Murray Infinity Quartet at Cully Jazz Festival in Switzerland. >> 12 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2013] Patti Smith, Flea, Thurston Moore, David Murray, Henry Threadgill, Savion Glover and more pay a tribute to Ornette Coleman at Prospect Park in Brooklyn >> 18 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2011] Macy Gray sings with the David Murray Big Band at North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam, The Netherlands >> 6 MINUTES on RVM >>

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Wikipedia : This day (February 19, 1955), in Oakland, California, is born David Murray, an American musician who plays mainly tenor saxophone and sometimes bass clarinet.

@MySpace : During the past 35 years, from the moment he first visited New York as a 20-year-old student, playing in a walkup loft, in 1975, David has careened forward in a cool, collected, rocket-fueled streak. He has released over 150 albums under his own name.

@allmusic : Murray’s sound is deep, dark, and furry with a wide vibrato — reminiscent of such swing-era tenorists as Ben Webster and Coleman Hawkins. And his approach to chord changes is unique.

@last.fm : From Jerry Garcia to Max Roach and from Randy Weston to Elvin Jones, David Murray worked as widely as possible until 1978, when he set up his own quartet, then octet and finally his quintet

@Discogs :

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