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Herbie Fields

ts, cl, 1919-1958 US, Asbury Park, New Jersey
Musician of Jazz

Herbie Fields (May 24, 1919 in Asbury Park, New Jersey (or possibly Elizabeth, New Jersey) – September 17, 1958 in Miami, Florida) was a jazz musician. He attended New York's famed Juilliard School of Music (1936–38) and served in the U.S. Army from 1941 to 1943.

  • Tenor sax
  • Clarinet
  • Alto sax
  • Soprano sax
  • Saxophone
  • Jazz
  • Pop
  • Blues
Popular Tracks   
Buck's Boogie Woogie on The Savoy Story, Vol. 1: Jazz by Various Artists
Harlem Nocturne on Harlem Nocturne - Single by Herbie Fields
Jalouise (Jealousy) on His Orchestra & Quintet by Herbie Fields
I Wish I Knew the Name on His Orchestra & Quintet by Herbie Fields
Mr. Jump on Jazzy Grooves & Rare Vibes by Various Artists
Miserlou on His Orchestra & Quintet by Herbie Fields
Connecticut on His Orchestra & Quintet by Herbie Fields
I Guess I'll Get the Papers and Go Home on His Orchestra & Quintet by Herbie Fields
In a Persian Market on His Orchestra & Quintet by Herbie Fields
A Huggin' and a Chalkin' on His Orchestra & Quintet by Herbie Fields

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Band Members
Title Artist Year Type
Miles Davis First RecordingRubberlegs Williams With Herbie Fields' Band, Miles Davis, Herbie Fields, Teddy Brannon, Al Casey, Leonard Gaskin, Eddie Nicholson1987Single
Fields In CloverHerbie Fields1959Album
That's The Stuff You Got To Watch / Pointless Mama BluesRubberlegs Williams Featuring Herbie Fields1945Album
Star Dust / O.K. SargeHerbie FieldsAlbum
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