A fantastic bop-based soloist that has recorded rewarding pieces for Enja, Dusko Goykovich played in Yugoslavia and Germany before going to the U.S. for the very first time with Marshall Brown’s International Youngsters Music group (playing on the 1958 Newport Jazz Celebration). Goykovich went to Berklee (1961-1963) and used the orchestras of Maynard Ferguson (1963-1964) and Woody Herman (1964-1966) before making a decision to come back to Germany, leading an organization with Sal Nistico (1966). He was using the Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Music group (1968-73) and acquired a 12-piece music group with Slide Hampton (1974-1975). Mls Davis is normally his main impact, but Dusko Goykovich (that has been quite energetic through the ’80s and ’90s in European countries) provides his very own extroverted style.
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