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Name  John Stubblefield

Role  Musician
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Education  University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
Albums  Confessin', Sonogram, Desire Develops An Edge

Born  4 February 1945(age 60), Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

Died  4 July 2005 (aged 60), Bronx, New York, United States

Similar  Larry Willis, Cecil Bridgewater, Pheeroan akLaff

John Stubblefield (February 4, 1945 – July 4, 2005) was an American jazz saxophonist, flautist, and oboist.

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Stubblefield was an adaptable musician; he was stationed with the World Saxophone Quartet (´86-´88), Reggie Workman (´89-´93), McCoy Tyner (´84 Clark), Freddie Hubbard (´85), and George Russell (´85).

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As leader

  • Prelude (Storyville, 1976) with Onaje Allan Gumbs, Cecil McBee, Joe Chambers, James Mtume, Cecil Bridgewater
  • Confessin' (Soul Note, 1984) with Cecil Bridgewater, Mulgrew Miller, Rufus Reid, Eddie Gladden
  • Midnight Over Memphis (Denon, 1979)
  • Midnight Sun (Sutra, 1980)
  • Bushman Song (Enja, 1986) with Geri Allen, Charnett Moffett, Mino Cinelu, Victor Lewis
  • Countin’ on the Blues (Enja, 1987) with Hamiet Bluiett, Mulgrew Miller, Charnett Moffett, Victor Lewis
  • Sophisticatedfunk (Cheetah, 1990)
  • Morning Song (Enja, 1993) with George Cables, Victor Lewis, Clint Houston
  • As sideman

    With Nat Adderley

  • Don't Look Back (SteepleChase, 1976)
  • Hummin' (Little David, 1976)
  • With Kenny Barron

  • Golden Lotus (Muse, 1980 [1982])
  • What If? (Enja, 1986)
  • Live at Fat Tuesdays (Enja, 1988)
  • Quickstep (Enja, 1991)
  • Things Unseen (1997)
  • With Lester Bowie

  • Fast Last! (Muse, 1974)
  • With Anthony Braxton

  • Town Hall 1972 (Trio, 1972)
  • With Stanley Cowell

  • Regeneration (Strata-East, 1976)
  • With Miles Davis

  • Get Up with It (1974)
  • With Craig Harris

  • F-Stops (Soul Note, 1993)
  • With Billy Hart

  • Amethyst (Arabesque, 1993)
  • Oceans of Time (Arabesque, 1997)
  • With Louis Hayes

  • The Crawl (Candid, 1989)
  • Una Max (SteepleChase, 1989)
  • With Julius Hemphill

  • Julius Hemphill Big Band (Elektra/Musician, 1988)
  • With Abdullah Ibrahim

  • African River (Enja, 1989)
  • With Joseph Jarman

  • As If It Were The Seasons (1968)
  • With Victor Lewis

  • Family Portrait (AudioQuest Music, 1992)
  • With Sam Rivers

  • Crystals (Impulse!, 1974)
  • With McCoy Tyner

  • Sama Layuca (Milestone, 1974)
  • The Turning Point (Birdology, 1991)
  • Journey (Birdology, 1993)
  • With Paul (PB) Brown

  • Paul Brown Quartet Meets The Three Tenors (1998)
  • References

    John Stubblefield Wikipedia


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