Bob Neloms almost became well-known in the past due 1970s but chose the profession of the jazz educator more than that of a full-time musician. From 1959-60 he went to the Berklee University of Music and proved helpful in Motown’s studios from 1961-63. Neloms freelanced in the jazz globe and frequently led his very own combos, which at several situations included such sidemen as Ricky Ford, Eddie Henderson and Bob Mover. After their studies at Berklee once again from 1969-70 and freelancing over the east coastline, Neloms shifted to NY in 1973. He caused Roy Haynes, produced the feeling while using Charles Mingus from 1977-78 and in addition worked with Wayne Newton, Hamiet Bluiett and Dannie Richmond, amongst others. Neloms, who documented a single piano day for India Navigation in 1981, ultimately became quite energetic like a music instructor and therapist but hasn’t gained much popularity as a new player despite a regularly stirring post-bop design.