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Ted Dunbar


A self-taught guitarist who later on became an trainer, Ted Dunbar’s pithy riffs, taut solos, and accompaniment have already been featured in very difficult bop, soul-jazz, jazz-rock, and free of charge situations. Dunbar performed trumpet and acoustic guitar at Tx Southern within the mid-and past due ’50s. He caused Arnett Cobb, Don Wilkerson, and Joe Turner. Dunbar analyzed and used Dave Baker at Indiana in the first ’60s, occasionally subbing for Wes Montgomery. He relocated to NY in the middle-’60s, and performed and documented with Gil Evans within the ’70s, in addition to Tony Williams’ Life time and Frank Foster. He also caused Sonny Rollins, Ron Carter, Billy Harper, Roy Haynes, and McCoy Tyner. He was associated with Billy Taylor’s Jazzmobile task, the brand new Jazz Repertory Co., as well as the Country wide Jazz Ensemble just before becoming a member of Livingston College’s (Rutgers) faculty in 1972. Together with recording sessions like a innovator for Xanadu and Muse, Dunbar also published many books on jazz tranquility and acoustic guitar before his loss of life in 1998.

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Full Name Ted Dunbar
Died May 29, 1998, New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States
Education Texas Southern University
Nationality American
Music Songs It's About Everything, You Say You Saw What?, Blues Convergence, Rhythmic Convergence, Rare Moment, Steps Etude, Entrance Two Areas, Hang In There, Tonal Search, Lazy Lane, Grand Mal-Petie Mal/Exit, Sugar, Yeah, On the Bright Side, D Flat Rhythm Song, In Reverence, Pretext, Cookin' At The Continental, House of Jade, Land of the Rising Sun, Gentle Time Alone, Tight - Loose, Convergent Blues II, Deadline, Neeta, On Return, On the Trail, Kasha, Silver Serenade, Summertime, Aruba, Never Again
Albums Opening Remarks, Jazz Guitarist, Secundum Artem, Music for Violin & Jazz Quartet, In Tandem, Gentle Time Alone

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Diana Ross Live! The Lady Sings... Jazz & Blues: Stolen Moments 1992 TV Special documentary musician: guitar
People, People, People 1976 Short musician: guitar - as Thad Jones Mel Lewis Band



The Preacher's Wife 1996 Guitar Player

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