Hearkening back again to the classic ’60s Blue Note-style jazz sextets popularized by drummer Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, One for many is among the foremost mainstream jazz ensembles to emerge from the ’90s. A super-group of straight-ahead jazz titles, the group theoretically created in 1997 for any gig in the storied NEW YORK golf club Small’s in Greenwich Town. However, the seed products of the group get back to 1988, once the after that up-and-coming youthful lions trumpeter Jim Rotondi, tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander, and drummer Joe Farnsworth all fulfilled while gigging in NEW YORK. Later, Farnsworth launched former-Jazz Messenger trombonist Steve Davis in to the collapse. In 1996, pianist David Hazeltine and bassist Peter Washington authorized on, and something for all those was created. Billed as you for all those offering Eric Alexander — a clear reflection from the developing recognition of the talented reedman — the group released its debut recording, Too Soon to inform on Clear Nine in 1997. Following produces, including 2003’s Wide Horizons, concentrated much less on any solitary member, better reflecting the communal ethos from the band.