The son of drummer Roy Haynes, Graham Haynes was raised around jazz musicians; his Hollis, Queens, community was also house to Roy Eldridge, Milt Jackson, and Jaki Byard. Younger Haynes played within the same high-school music group as bassist Marcus Miller. In 1982, he started a link with saxophonist Steve Coleman; he performed for the latter’s 1985 debut saving, Motherland Pulse, an recording that also presented a Geri Allen. Haynes’ function occasionally tips at an experimental character, but all too often he’s likely to place his Miles-ian cornet in static, synthesized funk-oriented contexts that usually do not enhance or augment the fundamental lyricism of his function. Haynes is actually attracted to several world music customs on information like 1994’s The Griot’s Footsteps.
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|P.O.V.||2006||TV Series documentary musician - 2 episodes|
|Flag Wars||2003||Documentary arranger / composer: additional music / composer: theme music / musician: coronet|
|Flag Wars||2003||Documentary arranger: "Tristan in the Sky" / performer: "Flag Wars Theme", "Trial Scherzo", "Tristan in the Sky" / writer: "Flag Wars Theme", "Trial Scherzo"|
|Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn||2010||TV Series||Himself|
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