Sam Brown (guitarist)

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Sam T. Brown (January 19, 1939 – December 28, 1977) was a jazz guitarist.[1]

History[edit]

Sam T. Brown's playing style was unusual in that he performed in a generally jazz-rock format, while performing in Keith Jarrett's ensembles that sometimes veered close to a free jazz style.[2] His initial recording success included membership of the jazz rock group Ars Nova during the 1967-1969 period.

Brown's most noteworthy recorded performances were on recordings of Keith Jarrett (particularly, his "American band" with Dewey Redman); and Charlie Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra. On the Liberation Music Orchestra album he has a spotlighted performance on the 21-minute suite, "El Quinto Regimiento/Los Cuatro Generales/Viva la Quince Brigada".[3]

He also performed as a session performer for popular artists as diverse as James Brown, Astrud Gilberto, Peter Allen and Barry Manilow.

Discography[edit]

As a sideman[edit]

With Carla Bley

With Gary Burton

With Ron Carter

With Richard Davis

With Astrud Gilberto

With Gene Harris

With Hubert Laws

With Paul Desmond

With the Bill Evans-George Russell Orchestra

With Keith Jarrett

With the Liberation Music Orchestra

With Gary McFarland

With Paul Motian

With Duke Pearson

With Pat Rebillot

  • Free Fall (1974)

With Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Big Band

With Mike Mainieri

As a session musician[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ allmusic ((( Sam T. Brown > Overview )))
  2. ^ Keith Jarrett Discography
  3. ^ "El Quinto Regimiento/Los Cuatro Generales/Viva la Quince Brigada

External links[edit]