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October 1, 1955|
Miami, Florida, U.S.
|Labels||Justin Time, Sound Hills, Evidence|
|Associated acts||Betty Carter|
Curtis Lundy (born October 1, 1955) is an American double bass player, composer, producer, choir director and arranger. Lundy is best known for his work as part of jazz vocalist Betty Carter's band, through whose ranks several eventually renowned musicians passed.
Lundy has also played on other jazz artists' recordings, including albums by John Hicks, Bobby Watson, the Steve Nelson Quintet and Johnny Griffin. In the late 1980s, he briefly stepped out of the background and issued Just Be Yourself (1988). A decade later, with Justin Time Records, he released Against All Odds (1999) and Purpose (2002). Both albums feature pianists John Hicks and Anthony Wonsey.
Curtis Lundy is the brother of jazz vocalist Carmen Lundy.
|1999||Against All Odds||Justin Time|
|1988||Just Be Yourself||Evidence|
With Johnny Griffin
- Call It Whachawana (Galaxy, 1983)
With John Hicks
- I'll Give You Something to Remember Me By (Limetree, 1987)
- Naima's Love Song (DIW, 1988)
- East Side Blues (DIW, 1988)
- In the Mix (Landmark, 1994)
- Piece for My Peace (Landmark, 1995)
- Sweet Love of Mine (HighNote, 2006)
With Pharoah Sanders
With Bobby Watson
- Love Remains (Red, 1986 )
- Santella, Jim (2002-09-11). "CD/LP Review: Purpose". All About Jazz. Retrieved 2010-04-22.