John Stubblefield

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John Stubblefield (February 4, 1945 – July 4, 2005) was an American jazz saxophonist, flautist, and oboist.[1][2]

Stubblefield was an adaptable musician, having played with the World Saxophone Quartet (´86-´88), Reggie Workman (´89-´93), McCoy Tyner (´84 Clark), Freddie Hubbard (´85), and George Russell (´85). Stubblefield also served for a time as a jazz ensemble director at Rutgers University, following the departure of Paul Jeffrey in 1983.


As leader[edit]

As sideman[edit]

With Nat Adderley

With Kenny Barron

With Lester Bowie

With Anthony Braxton

With Stanley Cowell

With Miles Davis

With Craig Harris

With Billy Hart

With Louis Hayes

With Julius Hemphill

With Abdullah Ibrahim

With Joseph Jarman

  • As If It Were The Seasons (1968)

With Victor Lewis

With Maurice McIntyre

With Sam Rivers

With McCoy Tyner

With Larry Willis

With Paul (PB) Brown

  • Paul Brown Quartet Meets The Three Tenors (1998)