A most underrated trumpeter, Charles Sullivan has excellent technique, okay tone, a bright, shimmering audio, and works well in very difficult bop, free, big music group, or bebop contexts. He’s not obtained the credit he should get, though he also does not have a big legacy of recordings to tout. Sullivan analyzed in the Manhattan College of Music within the ’60s, and worked well for off-Broadway productions. He used Lionel Hampton and Roy Haynes’ Hip Outfit in the past due ’60s, after that toured briefly as Count number Basie’s business lead trumpeter in 1970 along with Lonnie Liston Smith in 1971. He used Sy Oliver in 1972, and Norman Connors in 1973. Sullivan toured European countries and documented with Abdullah Ibrahim in 1973 aswell, then worked well and documented with Sonny Lot of money, Carlos Garnett, Bennie Maupin, Ricky Ford, Eddie Jefferson, and Woody Shaw, in addition to cutting his personal records, through the rest from the ’70s. Despite everything activity, Sullivan couldn’t increase his target audience nor gain even more recognition. He started heading the music group Dark Legacy in the past due ’70s and continuing in to the ’80s. Sullivan presently has no classes available on Compact disc, but could be noticed on reissues by Shaw, Jefferson, Maupin, Lot of money, and others.