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Paul Winter

(b. 1939)

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Cecil McBee

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B. 19 May 1935, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. A full-toned bass player who creates rich, singing phrases in a wide range of contemporary jazz contexts, McBee studied clarinet at school, but ...

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David Darling

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B. 4 March 1941, Elkhart, Indiana, USA. Darling studied the piano and cello as well as playing the double bass and alto saxophone in the school dance band of which ...

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Joe Beck

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B. 29 July 1945, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Guitarist Joe Beck moved to New York in 1963 to take up employment in various bands. After working with musicians including Paul Winter ...

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Oregon

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This inventive and influential progressive jazz chamber group was formed in 1970 from the nucleus of the Paul Winter Consort, an aggregation led by Paul Winter. Oregon originally comprised...

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Paul McCandless

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B. 24 March 1947, Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA. The distinctive, curling sound of Paul McCandless on English horn, oboe, saxophones, flute, clarinet, musette (a French bagpipe from the...

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Paul Wertico

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B. 5 January 1953, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Self-taught on drums from the age of 12, Wertico played professionally from 15. At school he undertook formal studies, learning to read music ...

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Pete Seeger

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B. 3 May 1919, New York City, New York, USA. Educated at Harvard University, he is the brother of Peggy Seeger and half-brother of Mike Seeger. Pete Seeger’s mother was ...

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Solstice Live! (Paul Winter album)

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The cool, expansive sounds and uplifting melodies Winter has put forth on numerous recordings have (much to his consternation, to be sure) relegated him to the same new age/soft jazz ...

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