Teo Macero is best-known to be a busy jazz maker in Columbia from 1957 before past due ’80s, most noticeably for producing Kilometers Davis’ records. Nevertheless, he in addition has been an intermittent tenor saxophonist that has been involved with some adventurous classes. After serving within the Navy, Macero found NY in 1948 where he went to Juilliard until he graduated in 1953. That 12 months, he joined up with Charles Mingus’ Jazz Composer’s Workshop. He produced several information with Mingus during 1953-1955, documented with Teddy Charles (1956), and led three albums of his personal for Debut, Columbia, and Prestige (1953-1957). Macero’s dried out shades on tenor and baritone and advanced selection of records sometimes place him nearer to contemporary traditional music than to jazz. In the past due ’50s, he published some atonal traditional works, but at that time, he was operating full-time like a maker. Macero performed on an extremely infrequent basis through the 1960s and ’70s, however in 1983 he came back as a new player to record a tribute to Charles Mingus on Palo Alto; in 1985, he performed on one quantity throughout a Doctor Jazz day that he fronted. A few of Macero’s previous recordings like a saxophonist have already been reissued on the Stash collection. Furthermore to his use earlier jazz performers, Macero also caused Geri Allen, Wallace Roney, the Lounge Lizards, Vernon Reid, Simon And Garfunkel (he created their soundtrack towards the Graduate), and actually a large number of others. Macero passed on at age 82, on Feb 19, 2008 at his house in Riverhead, NY.
|1||Joined Columbia Records in 1957 as a music editor and, in 1959, became a staff producer. Left Columbia Records in 1975.|
|2||Served in the Navy. After getting out of the Navy, moved to New York City in 1948 to attend the Juilliard School of Music.|
|3||Stepdaughter is named Suzie Lightbourne.|
|4||Saxophonist and record producer. Produced record albums for Miles Davis in the late 1960s and early 1970s.|
|Walls & Bridges||1992|
|Inside the Sexes||1988||TV Movie documentary|
|A Special Friendship||1987||TV Movie|
|The Ted Kennedy Jr. Story||1986||TV Movie|
|Spaces: The Architecture of Paul Rudolph||1983||Documentary short|
|The Body Human: The Living Code||1983||TV Movie|
|Day of Resurrection||1980||alternate score: international version|
|The Body Human: The Magic Sense||1979||TV Movie documentary|
|Sergeant Matlovich vs. the U.S. Air Force||1978||TV Movie|
|Top Secret||1978||TV Movie|
|The Body Human: The Red River||1978||TV Movie documentary|
|The Body Human: The Miracle Months||1977||TV Movie documentary|
|a.k.a. Cassius Clay||1970||Documentary|
|End of the Road||1970|
|Leonard Cohen: Live at the Isle of Wight 1970||2009||Documentary supervisor: original music recordings, Isle of Wight 1970|
|Manhattan by Numbers||1993||conductor|
|Robert Palmer: Ridin' High||1992||TV Movie musical director|
|Ridin' High: The Video||1992||Video music producer|
|Day of Resurrection||1980||music producer: international version|
|The Young Savages||1961||musician: alto sax - uncredited|
|Day of Resurrection||1980||music: "You Are Love Toujours Gai Mon Cher"|
|The Orphan||1979||writer: "Don't Make Me Laugh", "Did You Ever Dream?"|
|Play That, Teo||2017||Documentary post-production||Himself|
|Robert Palmer: Ridin' High||1992||TV Movie||Himself|
|Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser||1988||Documentary||Himself (Columbia Records producer)|
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