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Victor Sproles

b, *1927 US, Chicago
Musician of Jazz

Victor Sproles (born November 18, 1927 in Chicago) is a US jazz bassist.Sproles worked in the 1950s with Red Rodney and Ira Sullivan and appears on the Sun Ra recordings Super-Sonic Jazz, Sound of Joy and Deep Purple.In 1957 he appeared on the Verve recording Stan Meets Chet with Stan Getz and Chet Baker.In 1960 he joined Johnny Griffin's Big Soul Band and in 1961 played in Muhal Richard Abrams' Experimental Band.He subsequently appeared Lee Morgan's Blue Note albums The Rumproller and The Sixth Sense.

  • Bass
  • Double bass
  • Jazz
  • Soundtrack
  • Electronic

Band Members
Title Artist Year Type
Hyde Park After DarkClifford Jordan, Von Freeman, Cy Touff, Norman Simmons, Victor Sproles & Wilbur Campbell1983Album
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