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James Leary (musician)

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Name  James Leary
Role  Composer

James Leary (musician) James Leary A Solid Bass Brick In The Foundation Of Jazz Dee
Albums  Ray Sings - Basie Swings, A Swingin' Christmas, Basie Swings Standards, At Long Last, Swinging - Singing - Playing
Similar People  Eddie Marshall, Butch Miles, Scotty Barnhart, Freddie Green, Frank Foster

Music group  Count Basie Orchestra

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James H. Leary is a double bass player and arranger/composer, who played with the Count Basie Orchestra, Nancy Wilson, Earl Hines, Bobby Hutcherson, Eddie Harris, Dizzy Gillespie with the San Francisco Pops conducted by Arthur Fiedler, Max Roach, Eddie Cleanhead Vinson, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Johnny Hartman, Major Lance, Johnny Taylor, Esther Phillips, Rosemary Clooney, Don Shirley, Broadway shows: Eubie!, They're Playing Our Song, Ain't Misbehavin', Bubbling Brown Sugar, Five Guys Named Moe, Timbuktu! with Eartha Kitt, Oakland Symphony Bass Section, Pharoah Sanders, Red Garland, Jaki Byard, Randy Weston, and John Handy.


James Leary (musician) James Leary Tribute Choir Recording Project Indiegogo

Leary was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, and studied at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. He has won two Grammy Awards.

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With Eddie Harris
  • Sounds Incredible (Angelaco, 1980)
  • With Earl Hines

  • Hines '74 (Black & Blue, 1974)
  • The Dirty Old Men (Black & Blue, 1974) with Budd Johnson
  • Earl Hines at Sundown (Black & Blue, 1974)
  • References

    James Leary (musician) Wikipedia