b. 25 November 1934, London, Britain. A skilled, officially qualified saxophonist, Cohen produced his first effect on the united kingdom jazz picture in the past due 60s as both music group innovator and arranger. His graphs ranged widely, becoming played from the even more traditional rings of Humphrey Lyttelton and Chris Barber and by many Western radio orchestras. An abiding fascination with the music of Duke Ellington resulted in the development in 1971 of a big music group for recording classes and occasional general public appearances, and later on in the 10 years he was co-founder (with Keith Nichols) from the Midnite Follies Orchestra. This orchestra been around in to the early 80s but, thereafter, he continuing to arrange, occasionally for his personal small groups and in addition for other huge orchestras like the mammoth big music group organized from the Moving Rocks’ drummer Charlie W in 1985. Cohen retains his commitment to Ellington’s music, showing up as visitor conductor in the 1988 Ellington Convention for the functionality of ‘Dark, Dark brown And Beige’ which he previously documented in 1972.
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