George Braith

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George Braith (born George Braithwaite on June 26, 1939) is a soul-jazz saxophonist from New York.[1]

Braith is known for playing multiple horns at once, a technique pioneered by Roland Kirk. Braith is credited with the invention of the Braithophone, two different horns (straight alto and soprano) mended together by extensions, valves and connections.

Discography[edit]

As Leader[edit]

  • 1963: Two Souls in One (Blue Note)
  • 1963: Soulstream (Blue Note)
  • 1964: Extension (Blue Note)
  • 1966: Laughing Soul (Prestige)
  • 1967: Musart (Prestige)
  • 1992: Double Your Pleasure (King)
  • By the Sea (Excellence)
  • Through The Years (Excellence)
  • Turn of the Century (Excellence)
  • George Braith & Friends Vol 1 (Excellence)
  • George Braith & Friends Vol 2 (Excellence)
  • Doubling Your Pleasure (Excellence)
  • Boptronics (Excellence)
  • Live in Barcelona (Excellence)
  • Barcelona Blues (Excellence)
  • Bip Bop Bam (Excellence)
  • Bop Rock Blues (Excellence)

Compilations[edit]

  • The Complete Blue Note Sessions (compiles first three albums)

As Sideman[edit]

With John Patton

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