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Carlos Ward

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Occupation(s)  Instrumentalist
Music group  B. T. Express
Genres  Jazz
Name  Carlos Ward

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Born  May 1, 1940 (age 75) Ancon, Panama (1940-05-01)
Associated acts  John Coltrane Karl Berger Don Cherry Abdullah Ibrahim Cecil Taylor The Ed Blackwell Project
Albums  Sonogram, Conversations, Function at the Junction, Live At the Bug & Other Sweets, Faces
Similar People  John Stubblefield, Abdullah Ibrahim, Karl Berger, Bob Stewart, Mark Feldman

Instruments  Alto saxophone, flute

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Carlos Ward (born May 1, 1940 in Ancón, Panama) is a jazz alto saxophonist and flautist. He is best known as a sideman.

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Biography

Carlos Ward's first instrument was the clarinet at the age of 13 when he lived in Seattle, Washington, where he had relocated from Panama City. Later he attended the Navy School of Music and worked with Albert Mangelsdorff when he was stationed in Germany.

His first major effort was his work with John Coltrane in the period 1965-66, although not appearing on any records.

He recorded with Karl Berger's Quartet on ESP (1966), with Henry Grimes and Ed Blackwell. The same quartet, with Dave Holland in place of Henry Grimes, recorded for MIlestone in 1968.

He had a long-lasting association with Don Cherry: from The Third World (also with Abdullah Ibrahim) through his appearance as featured soloist on the 1973 recording of Cherry's Relativity Suite to the band Nu during the 1980s and beyond.

His duet association with pianist Abdullah Ibrahim has also been significant to his career.

Ward was a member of Cecil Taylor's group in the period immediately after altoist Jimmy Lyons death in 1986.

He also was a member of The Ed Blackwell Project, and led his own quartet in 1987.

As leader

  • 1988: Lito
  • 1994: Faces
  • 1995: Live at the Bug & Other Sweets
  • 1998: Set for 2 Dons
  • As sideman

    With Karl Berger

  • From Now On ESP 1966
  • Tune in Milestone, 1968
  • With the Ed Blackwell Project

  • What It Is?
  • What It Be Like?
  • With Carla Bley

  • Dinner Music (Watt, 1976)
  • With Don Cherry

  • Relativity Suite (JCOA, 1973)
  • Multikulti (1990)
  • With Paul Motian

  • Tribute (ECM, 1974)
  • With Don Pullen & The African-Brazilian Connection

  • Kele Mou Bana (Blue Note, 1991)
  • Ode to Life (Blue Note, 1993)
  • Live...Again: Live at Montreux (Blue Note, 1993)
  • With Roswell Rudd and the Jazz Composers Orchestra

  • Numatik Swing Band (JCOA, 1973)
  • With Abdullah Ibrahim

  • African Marketplace (1980) as Dollar Brand
  • Dollar Brand at Montreux (1980) as Dollar Brand
  • Water from an Ancient Well (1985)
  • With Rashied Ali

  • New Directions in Modern Music (1971)
  • References

    Carlos Ward Wikipedia


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