Most widely known for his regular, concise contributions towards the Dave Brubeck quartet for ten years within the ’50s and ’60s, Eugene Wright was a reliable, never flamboyant bassist. He was mainly self-taught on bass, but had taken several lessons past due in his profession from Paul Gregory. Wright examined cornet in senior high school. He led a 16-piece music group, The Dukes of Golf swing, within the middle and past due ’40s. Wright used Gene Ammons, Count number Basie and Arnett Cobb in the past due ’40s and early ’50s, after that worked with Pal DeFranco from 1952 to 1955, touring European countries with him. He performed in debt Norvo trio in 1955, and toured Australia with it. Wright was highlighted within a film brief with Charlie Barnet, after that joined up with Brubeck in 1958 and continued to be until 1968. He led his very own ensemble on the tour of Dark schools in 1969 and 1970, after that used Monty Alexander’s trio from 1971 to 1974. Wright proved helpful in tv studios and do film soundtrack are well as play in night clubs through the ’70s. He also do personal teaching, and became mind from the advisory plank within the jazz department of the International Culture of Bassists, and mind of the School of Cincinnati’s jazz section. Though he does not have any classes of his personal as a innovator, Wright could be noticed on several Brubeck Compact disc reissues, in addition to on classes by Paul Desmond.