Tenor sax, bandleader, arrager. Dedicated archivist and follower of Charlie Parker, Crimson Flory’s most widely known in the music community for his use Supersax, the Parker repertory organization. He’s also an achieved actor and display writer who’s made an appearance in a large number of television shows and many films. Flory performed clarinet and alto sax with Claude Thornhill, after that performed tenor sax with Woody Herman in the first ’50s. He created his own music group in 1954 in NY, after that in 1956 relocated to California. Flory structured a big music group that later on performed as the 1st Monterey Event in 1958. That same 12 months he also documented with Terry Gibbs, and finally used both Gibbs’ non-et and orchestra. Flory performed in 1959 with Artwork Pepper and Woody Herman. He and Joe Maini started jointly focusing on Parker transcriptions in the ’60s. Whe Maini passed away, the task halted briefly, before getting revived through the initiatives of Pal Clark. Out of the task, in 1972 the band Supersax was shaped, an organization that performed Parker compositions. Their debut record earned a Grammy in 1973, and Flory became group head in 1975, after Clark departed.