SCCD 31234 Monsoon / Gary Bartz Quartet
Alto saxophonist Gary Bartz (b. Baltimore, Sept. 26, 1940) studied music at the Julliard School in New York. He then worked with many prominent players like Max Roach, Art Blakey, Blue Mitchell , McCoy Tyner in the 60s. His international fame came when he joined Miles Davis in the early 70s.
He made his SteepleChase recording debut with Jackie McLean in 1973 (“Ode To Super” SCCD 31009). 15 years later he went into a studio in Copenhagen with the band he was touring with in Europe to make the second album for SteepleChase.
1. Samuel (Yusef Salim)
2. Never never land (Jule Styne)
3. Run before the sun (Clint Houston)
4. Strode rode (Sonny Rollins)
5. Monsoon (Gary Bartz)
6. Soul eyes (Mal Waldron)
7. Uncle Bubba (Gary Bartz)