His dad was a pianist and NBC staffer, and Pete Yellin has recorded like a leader and was also section of Joe Henderson’s early-’70s music group. He’s a good, sometimes exuberant participant with considerable range, along with a good flutist. Yellin analyzed sax with Joe Alldard and flute with Harold Bennett. He gained his level from Juilliard, with one point amused thoughts of golf ball stardom. Yellin experienced an athletic scholarship or grant to the University or college of Denver like a freshman, but turned professional like a musician. He used Lionel Hampton in the first ’60s, after that with Buddy Wealthy and Tito Puente. Yellin became a member of Joe Henderson’s music group in 1970, and continued to be until 1973. He created his own music group the next 12 months, and played in the Newport Jazz Event in NY. He returned to try out with Puente in 1974. Yellen worked well within the horn parts of Wealthy and Bob Mintzer through the ’80s. He documented for Mainstream.