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Bob Gordon

Bob Gordon was an excellent West Coastline bop-oriented baritonist. He used Shorty Sherock (1946), Alvino Rey’s Orchestra (1948-1951), and Billy May (1952) before getting an in-demand program participant for jazz schedules with famous brands Shelly Manne, Maynard Ferguson, Chet Baker, Clifford Dark brown (1954), Shorty Rogers, Tal Farlow, and Stan …

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Bob Gordon

Bassist Bob Gordon is known as an original person in the music group Grin, which guitarist and frontman Nils Lofgren started when still a squirt of the 15-year-old. More descriptive band histories indicate a George Daly on bass in the Grin of 1968, credits overlapping with Gordon in the next …

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Bob Gordon

This photographer’s work was put to vivid use on some late-’60s and early-’70s albums, content which range from introspective to bombastic. For Tim Buckley’s questionable Greetings from L.A., Bob Gordon’s style collaborator was the crazed Cal Schenkel. Reissues of performers such as for example Mountain (find bombastic) and John Mayall …

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Grin

Before he was beneath the wing of Neil Young and before he made some underappreciated solo albums, guitarist Nils Lofgren formed Grin, a trio which was specialized in simple, basic rock & move, in 1969. non-e of Grin’s albums had been commercially effective — they just received good evaluations, not …

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