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Welcome Mr Chancey, Sun Ra Visits Planet Ea, Strange Celestial Road, The Sun Ra Arkestra, The Solar Myth Approach

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Vincent Chancey is an American jazz hornist.


Chancey, a French horn player, attended the Southern Illinois University School of Music and then studied under Julius Watkins in New York City. He began playing professionally in the 1970s, mostly with large ensembles such as the Sun Ra Arkestra, Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy, David Murray Big Band, Carla Bley Big Band, and the Richard Abrams orchestra.

Chancey released a solo effort in 1989, and a follow-up in 1998.

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As leader

  • Welcome Mr. Chancey (1993)
  • Next Mode (1998, DIW Records)
  • As sideman

    With Muhal Richard Abrams

  • Mama and Daddy (Black Saint, 1980)
  • Blues Forever (Black Saint, 1982)
  • Rejoicing with the Light (Black Saint, 1983)
  • With Carla Bley

  • Live! (Watt, 1981)
  • I Hate to Sing (Watt, 1981–83)
  • With Lester Bowie

  • I Only have Eyes for You (ECM, 1985)
  • Avant Pop (ECM, 1986)
  • Twilight Dreams (Venture, 1988)
  • Serious Fun (DIW, 1989)
  • Live at the 6th Tokyo Music Joy (DIW, 1990)
  • The Fire This Time (In & Out, 1992)
  • The Odyssey Of Funk & Popular Music (Atlantic, 1998)
  • With Dave Douglas

  • Spirit Moves (Greenleaf, 2009)
  • United Front: Brass Ecstasy at Newport (Greenleaf, 2011)
  • Rare Metal (Greenleaf, 2011)
  • With Charlie Haden Liberation Music Orchestra

  • Time/Life (Impulse!, 2011-2015 [2016])
  • With David Murray

  • Live at Sweet Basil Volume 1 (Black Saint, 1984)
  • Live at Sweet Basil Volume 2 (Black Saint, 1984)
  • David Murray Big Band (DIW/Columbia, 1991)
  • South of the Border (DIW, 1993)
  • With Herb Robertson

  • Shades of Bud Powell (JMT, 1988)
  • With Sun Ra

  • Live at Montreux (Inner City, 1976)
  • Cosmos (Cobra, 1976)
  • Unity (Horo, 1977)
  • Sleeping Beauty (El Saturn, 1979)
  • Live from Soundscape (DIW, 1979)
  • References

    Vincent Chancey Wikipedia

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