An excellent bop pianist influenced by Bud Powell, Claude Williamson continues to be busy playing for the Western world Coast because the 1950s. The old sibling of trumpeter Stu Williamson, Claude began on piano when he was seven and got a decade of traditional piano lessons, also their studies at the New Britain Conservatory. Williamson’s initial major musical work was with Charlie Barnet’s orchestra in 1947. This is accompanied by stints with Crimson Norvo (1948), Barnet’s bebop big music group of 1949, and June Christy (1950-51). In the 1950s, Williamson proved helpful frequently with Bud Shank, Howard Rumsey’s Lighthouse All-Stars, along with his very own trios, so when a studio room musician. He spent a lot of the 1960s and ’70s within the studios, although he came back to jazz within the 1980s along with his improvising design practically unchanged. Claude Williamson — that has led periods for Capitol (1954-1955), Bethlehem, Criterion, Agreement (1961-1962), Sea Air flow (1977), Interplay, Breakthrough, Fresh Sound, and some Japanese brands — documented a unforgettable tribute to Bud Powell for V.S.O.P. in 1995. He presently plays regularly within the Los Angeles region.
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