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George Barrow

ts, bs, 1921-2013 US, New York City
Musician of Jazz

George Barrow (21 September 1921 – 20 March 2013) was an American jazz saxophonist who played both tenor and baritone saxes.Self-taught on the saxophone, flute and clarinet, by the mid-1950s, he was playing in different line-ups led by Charles Mingus, including the Quintet (with Eddie Bert, Mal Waldron and Max Roach) before going on to join line-ups led by Ernie Wilkins, including the Ernie Wilkins-Kenny Clarke Septet and the Ernie Wilkins Orchestra, as well as with Oliver Nelson.

        
Instruments
  • Tenor sax
  • Bariton sax
  • Saxophone
  • Flute
Genres
  • Jazz
  • Blues
  • Soundtrack

Band Members
Discography
Title Artist Year Type
Mingus At The Bohemia, Vol. 1Charles Mingus Featuring Eddie Bert, Mal Waldron, George Barrow, Willie Jones1992Single
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