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Larry Bunker

A versatile studio room musician who’s skilled on all sorts of percussion, Larry Bunker’s primary significance to jazz continues to be being a drummer and vibraphonist. He was an associate from the Gerry Mulligan Quartet in 1953 (changing Chico Hamilton) and primarily worked within the studios but surfaced within the jazz globe for organizations with Stan Getz, Warne Marsh, Clare Fischer, Gary Burton, Dizzy Gillespie & most considerably as an associate of the Costs Evans Trio (1963-65), producing occasional recordings within a jazz placing through the years. Larry Bunker’s just opportunities to business lead his own music group on record led to three obscure albums within a 1963 quartet that included Gary Burton; one arrived on Vault as well as the other two made an appearance as Japanese Interplay CDs.

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