Curtis Lundy

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Curtis Lundy
Born(1955-10-01)October 1, 1955
Miami, Florida, U.S.
GenresJazz
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsDouble bass
Years active1985–present
LabelsNew Note, Justin Time, Evidence
Associated actsBetty Carter
Websitecurtislundy.com

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.[1]

Discography[edit]

As leader[edit]

  • Beatitudes with Bobby Watson (New Note, 1985)
  • Just Be Yourself (New Note, 1987)
  • Against All Odds (Justin Time, 1999)
  • Purpose (Justin Time, 2002)

As sideman[edit]

With Billy Bang

  • Big Bang Theory (Justin Time, 2000)
  • Vietnam: The Aftermath (Justin Time, 2001)
  • Vietnam: Reflections (Justin Time, 2005)

With Betty Carter

  • The Audience with Betty Carter (Bet-Car, 1980)
  • Whatever Happened to Love? (Bet-Car, 1982)
  • Betty Carter (Verve, 1990)
  • I'm Yours, You're Mine (Verve, 1996)
  • Betty Carter's Finest Hour (Verve, 2003)
  • Live in Montreal (Universal, 2004)

With Johnny Griffin

  • Call It Whachawana (Galaxy, 1983)
  • Live Jazzbuhne Berlin '84 (Amiga, 1984)
  • Tough Tenors Back Again! (Storyville, 1997)

With John Hicks

With Carmen Lundy

  • Good Morning Kiss (BlackHawk, 1985)
  • Night and Day (CBS/Sony, 1987)
  • This Is Carmen Lundy (Afrasia, 2001)
  • Something to Believe in (Justin Time, 2003)
  • Jazz and the New Songbook: Live at the Madrid (Afrasia, 2005)
  • Come Home (Afrasia, 2007)

With Frank Morgan

With Bobby Watson

  • Estimated Time of Arrival (Roulette, 1978)
  • Jewel (Amigo, 1983)
  • Love Remains (Red Record, 1987)
  • No Question About It (Blue Note, 1988)
  • The Year of the Rabbit (Evidence, 1991)
  • Bobby Watson Quartet (e.f.s.a., 1997)
  • Quiet As It's Kept (Red Record, 1999)
  • Live & Learn (Palmetto, 2001)
  • From the Heart (Palmetto, 2007)
  • Check Cashing Day (Lafiya Music, 2013)
  • Made in America (Smoke Sessions, 2017)
  • Keepin' It Real (Smoke Sessions, 2020)

With others

References[edit]

  1. ^ Santella, Jim (2002-09-11). "CD/LP Review: Purpose". All About Jazz. Retrieved 2010-04-22.

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