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Malcolm Griffiths

tb, *1941 GB, London Borough of Barnet
Musician of Rock
A.k.a. Malcolm Jesse Griffiths.

British jazz trombonist. Born : September 29, 1941 in Barnet, Hertfordshire, England. Malcolm worked with : John Surman (1968-'69), Ray Russell (1969), lead own quartet, after, "Buddy Rich Orchestra" (late 1969, in Britain and in U.S.A., early 1970), "Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath" (June 1970), "John Warren's Big Band" (1970s), Alan Skidmore, John Dankworth (1972), Alan Cohen (1973), Harry Miller (1976), "Brian Cooper's Orchestra", George Fame, Stan Tracey, "Welsh National Opera Orchestra", and as freelance in many sessions with various artists.

  • Trombone
  • Tenor sax
  • Rock
  • Jazz
  • Reggae
  • Classical
  • R&B/Soul

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