Delivered in 1931 in Toronto, Canada, jazz musician Maury Coles studied both clarinet and alto saxophone even though developing up. While participating in San Francisco University, Coles studied structure and theory, while sharpening his playing abilities at local dance clubs. Subsequently, Coles toured Belgium and Germany alongside digital composer Godfried Raes, aswell as executing in Portugal with violinist Carlos Zingaro. Coles also spent a short time surviving in London, Britain, where he performed in night clubs and enjoyed developing a joint structure shown on BBC radio’s Jazz in London plan. In 1977, Coles released the lone single record of his profession, Single Saxophone Record. Shifting back again to the Western world Coastline, Coles spent the middle-’80s through the first ’90s playing at locations stretching out from Vancouver to NORTH PARK, during which period he used synthesizer participant Glen Neff, and got his songs performed on San Diego’s well-known jazz place, KSDS-FM. Coles passed on in Toronto on Sept 4, 2001, at age 70.