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  1. Altoist Sonny Simmons made a strong impression in the 1960s as one of the most promising avant-garde players. He grew up in Oakland, CA, started…

  2. Frank Wright was a fiery tenor saxophonist. He gained recognition from his albums on the ESP-DISK label, recorded during the late sixties. He went…

  3. Frank Lowe (June 24, 1943 – September 19, 2003) was an American avant-garde jazz saxophonist and composer.

    Born and brought up in Memphis,…

  4. One of the most underrated and criminally overlooked free jazz trumpet/trombone players remains to be Clifford Thornton. Born in Philadelphia…

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  6. Noah Howard (born April 6, 1943) is an American free jazz alto saxophonist.

    Born in New Orleans, Howard played music since childhood in his church,…

  7. The Revolutionary Ensemble was a free jazz trio consisting of the late violinist Leroy Jenkins (1932-2007), bass violinist Sirone (Norris Jones,…

  8. Tenor saxophonist extraordinare, Fred Anderson was born in Monroe, Louisiana in 1929. In 1940, Fred migrated to Evanston, Illinois, and also lived for…

  9. Burton Greene (born June 14, 1937) is a free jazz pianist born in Chicago, Illinois, though most known for his work in New York City. He has…

  10. Alto saxophonist Joseph Jarman headed a sextet (with tenorist Fred Anderson, piano, trumpet, bass, drums) for one of the pioneering works of…

  11. James Marcellus Arthur "Sunny" Murray (born Idabel, Oklahoma in 1936) is one of the pioneers of the free jazz style of drumming.

    Murray spent his…

  12. Charles Tyler (1941-1992) was an alto and baritone saxophone player. He released a string of albums on the ESPDisk and Sackville labels in the 1970s…

  13. Charles Gayle (born February 28, 1939) is a free jazz saxophonist, pianist, bass clarinetist, and percussionist. He lives in New York.
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  14. Giuseppi Logan (born May 22, 1935) was a jazz musician from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who taught himself to play piano and drums before switching…

  15. "One of free jazz's more enigmatic figures, alto saxophonist Noah Howard was documented so infrequently on record and spent so much time living…

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  17. The most revolutionary Israeli sax player of them all goes on a summit meeting with the most wondrous rhythm section of our time.

    A classic Free…

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