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The George Coleman Organ Quintet this Weekend at Jazz Standard!

May 5, 2013

georgieGeorge Coleman, bandleader, and composer, known chiefly for his Saxophone work with Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock in the 1960s will take over Jazz Standard this weekend accompanied by the likes of Mike LeDonne on the Hammond B3 and, guitarist Peter Bernstein. On drums is George Coleman Jr., and on percussion is Daniel Sadownick.

His most famous albums with Davis (and the rhythm section of Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), and Tony Williams (drums)) are Seven Steps to Heaven (1963), A Rare Home Town Appearance (1963), Côte Blues (1963), In Europe (1963), My Funny Valentine (1964) and Four & More, both live recordings of a concert in Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York in February 1964. Shortly after this concert, Coleman was replaced by Wayne Shorter. He played with Lionel Hampton (1965–1966), also in 1965 and performed on Chet Baker’s The Prestige Sessions, with Kirk Lightsey, Herman Wright and Roy Brooks.[5] Charles Mingus (1977–1978), Shirley Scott (1972), Clark Terry, Horace Silver, Elvin Jones (1968), Ahmad Jamal (1994, 2000), and many others.

Get yourself over to the Jazz Standard this weekend. This is one night of Jazz that will knock your socks off!
See you there!

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