Ted Brown (saxophonist)

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Theodore (Ted) G. Brown, born December 1, 1927 in Rochester, New York, is a cool jazz tenor saxophonist.[1]

Brown has worked with Warne Marsh and Ronnie Ball, and recorded with Lennie Tristano, Art Pepper, Hod O'Brien and Lee Konitz, as well as heading his own groups.

Discography[edit]

As leader/co-leader
  • 1956: Free Wheeling – Ted Brown Sextet (Vanguard)
  • 1985: In Good Company – with Jimmy Raney (Criss Cross)
  • 1989: Free Spirit – Ted Brown Trio (Criss Cross)
  • 2006: Complete Free Wheeling Sessions - Ted Brown/Art Pepper (compilation album)
  • 2007: Shades of Brown
  • 2012: Two of a Kind - Ted Brown and Brad Linde (Bleebop Records)
  • 2012: Pound Cake - Ted Brown and Kirk Knuffke (Steeplechase)
As sideman
  • Jazz of Two Cities - Warne Marsh (1956)
  • Figure and Spirit - Lee Konitz (1976)
  • Intuition - Lennie Tristano (1996)

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