Sam Reed (musician)
October 18, 1935 |
Kinstree, South Carolina
Sam Reed (born October 18, 1935) is a tenor saxophonist based in Philadelphia.
Working at the Uptown Theater in the late 1950s and early 1960s, he added jazz and rhythm & blues shows to what was at the time an R&B, blues and rock and roll venue. For some years, Reed was also musical director for Teddy Pendergrass, and in the early 1970s, he was the "horn contractor" for Gamble and Huff's Philadelphia International Records.
- 1958: "Get a Job" The Silhouettes
- 1969: Soul Summit - The Ambassadors
- 1970: When We Get Married - The Intruders
- 1970: Brand New Me - Dusty Springfield
- 1971: Gonna Take a Miracle - Laura Nyro and LaBelle
- 1971: Going East - Billy Paul
- 1981: It's Time for Love - Teddy Pendergrass
- 2013: Sam Reed Meets Roberto Magris - Ready For Reed (JMood, 2013)
- "2012 Jazz Heroes" Jazz Journalists Association. Retrieved 2 May 2013.
- Jackson, John A. (2004) A House on Fire : The Rise and Fall of Philadelphia Soul: The Rise and Fall of Philadelphia Soul, pp. 112-113. Oxford University Press
- "Legends Keeping Alive The Golden Age Of Jazz" Philly.com. Retrieved 2 May 2013.