(1928 – 2001)
Morris Koffman (Dec 28, 1928 - Mar 28 2001) was born in Toronto,ON, Canada.
His 1958 hit, "Swinging Shepherd Blues," is arguably his most famous work, although Mr. Koffman was a musical innovator, appearing as a solo artist, and in collaboration with a host of others (Dizzie Gilespie, Rob McConnell, etc.) right up until 2000.
Although he is best for his jazz flute pieces, Koffman was also an accomplished saxophonist, and clarinetist.
In the 1970s, Koffman experimented with jazz… read more
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|7||I Don't Know How To Love Him||
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