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Bob Mover

When Bob Mover had his best presence in the later ’70s, he played in a method nearly the same as Lee Konitz (with whom he recorded in 1977). Mover caused Ira Sullivan when he was 16 and after shifting to NY in 1969, he freelanced on the neighborhood scene. Mover used Charles Mingus briefly in 1973, was with Chet Baker during 1973-1975, and began leading his very own group in 1976. He previously two recording periods in 1977 (one apiece for Choice and Vanguard) and two for Xanadu in 1981; the latter schedules found him starting to develop his have individuality.

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