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Deane Kincaide

sax, bs, 1911-1992 US, Houston
Musician / Composer / Arranger of Jazz
A.k.a. Robert Deane Kincaide

American saxophonist, clarinetist, flautist, composer and arranger (born 18 March 1911 in Austin, Texas - died 14 August 1992 in St. Cloud, Florida). In his youth he also played piano and trombone. He played with Wingy Manone Ben Pollack, Lennie Hayton, Bob Crosby, Woody Herman and Tommy Dorsey among others. As arranger, he worked with Joe Marsall, Ray Noble, Glenn Miller or Muggsy Spanier. After 1945, he worked as composer for TV and radio and played in the orchestras of Ray McKinley (1948-1956) and Yank Lawson (1961-1965).

        
Instruments
  • Saxophone
  • Bariton sax
  • Alto sax
  • Tenor sax
Genres
  • Jazz
  • Pop
  • Soundtrack
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Well, All Right (Tonight's the Night) on The Homefront 1941-1945 by Tommy Dorsey

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