Among the initial great jazz flutists, a cool-toned tenor, and an excellent (if infrequent) clarinetist, Sam Most was younger sibling of clarinetist Abe Most. He found early experience using the orchestras of Tommy Dorsey (1948), Boyd Raeburn, and Don Redman. By enough time he led his 1st session (1953), Many was an excellent flutist (one of the primary to sing through his flute) and he briefly experienced the jazz field to himself. Many recorded fine classes for Prestige, Debut (reissued on Xanadu), Vanguard, and Bethlehem during 1953-1958, doubling on clarinet. He also worked well in different configurations with Chris Connor, Paul Quinichette, and Teddy Wilson. After using Friend Rich’s Orchestra (1959-1961), he relocated to LA and became a studio room musician. Sam Many worked with Crimson Norvo and Louie Bellson, obtained some fresh prominence along with his Xanadu recordings of 1976-1979, and became an area fixture in LA, occasionally playing in night clubs with his sibling. Most passed away of malignancy in June 2013; he was 82 yrs . old.