Eddie Gomez is an excellent bassist whose versatility and quick reflexes help to make him a perfect accompanist (although his own albums have a tendency to be a little bit erratic jazz-wise). He was raised in NY and was using the Newport Festival Youngsters Music group during 1959-1961. After their studies at Juilliard, Gomez used Rufus Jones’ sextet, Marian McPartland (1964), Paul Bley (1964-1965), Giuseppe Logan, Gerry Mulligan, and Gary McFarland, amongst others. Gomez found popularity during his lengthy period using the Expenses Evans Trio (1966-1977). He offers since worked inside a many settings, including completing for Charles Mingus (1978) and with Measures Forward (1979-1984), Benny Wallace, Joanne Brackeen, Jack port DeJohnette, Chick Corea, and in industrial settings like a studio room musician. Eddie Gomez offers recorded like a innovator for Columbia, ProJazz, and Stretch out.