Trevor Koehler

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Trevor Koehler (1935-1975) was an American saxophonist. He recorded with Gil Evans, The Insect Trust, Cornell Dupree, Lou Reed, Octopus. Allan Houser wrote a jazz piece called "Running Wild With Trevor Koehler" that he recorded with his sextet. Father of Glade Koehler and Seth Koehler.

Trevor Koehler committed suicide in 1975.[1]


  • 1968: Insect Trust, The Insect Trust - Drums, Wind, String Arrangements
  • 1968: You Used to Think, Erica Pomerance - Sax (Alto)
  • 1969: Octopus, Octopus - Saxophone, Sax (Baritone)
  • 1970: Hoboken Saturday Night, The Insect Trust - Flute, Drums, Piccolo, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Soprano), Wind
  • 1973: Svengali, Gil Evans - Flute, Sax (Baritone), Sax (Soprano), Soloist, Personnel
  • 1973: Teasin, Cornell Dupree - Saxophone
  • 1974: The Gil Evans Orchestra Plays the Music of Jimi Hendrix, Gil Evans - Flute, Arranger, Saxophone, Sax (Alto), Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor)
  • 1974: Sally Can't Dance, Lou Reed


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