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Uh Huh! Buck Hill, Live at Montpelier, Relax, This Is Buck Hill, I'm Beginning to See the Light, The Buck Stops Here

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Roger Wendell "Buck" Hill (February 13, 1927 – March 20, 2017) was an American jazz tenor and soprano saxophonist.


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Hill began playing professionally in 1943 but held a day job as a mailman in his birthplace of Washington, D.C. for over thirty years. He played with Charlie Byrd in 1958-59, but was only occasionally active during the 1960s. He began recording extensively as a leader in the 1970s, but continued recording with others, such as an album with the Washington-area trumpeter Allan Houser in 1973.

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Hill died at his home in Greenbelt, Maryland, at the age of 90.

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As leader

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  • This Is Buck Hill (SteepleChase Records, 1978)
  • Scope (SteepleChase, 1979)
  • Easy to Love (SteepleChase, 1981)
  • Playse Europe (Turning Point, 1982)
  • Impressions (SteepleChase, 1983)
  • Capital Hill (Muse Records, 1989)
  • The Buck Stops Here (Muse, 1990)
  • I'm Beginning to See the Light (Muse, 1991)
  • Impulse (Muse, 1992)
  • Northsea Festival (SteepleChase, 1997)
  • Uh Huh! Buck Hill Live at Montpelier (Jazzmont, 2000)
  • Relax (Severn Records, 2006)
  • As sideman

    With Charlie Byrd

  • Byrd's Word! (Riverside, 1958)
  • Byrd in the Wind (Riverside, 1959)
  • With Shirley Horn

  • Close Enough for Love (Verve, 1989)
  • You Won't Forget Me (Verve, 1991)
  • The Main Ingredient (Verve, 1995)
  • With Shirley Scott

  • Great Scott! (Muse, 1991)
  • References

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