His first album, Arrival of a Young Giant, was a trio album by Hundley (piano), Jay Jay Wiggins (bass), and Gary Chase (drums) that was released in 1968. Craig Hundley Plays with the Big Boys, from the following year, had a big band added to the trio. The 1969 release, Rhapsody in Blue, also featured a big band, and included Ed Thigpen on drums.
Huxley invented a musical instrument – the blaster beam – in the 1970s. His design was patented in 1984. The instrument was used in the soundtrack to Star Trek: The Motion Picture, and Huxley played it for the soundtrack to 10 Cloverfield Lane.
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