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Bobby, Mark and Glenn came together in the middle-late 70’s through Bobby, who was (and is) a well respected figure head of the creative music LA scene. Bobby had his own club-concert room in Altadena California called the Little Big Horn. This is where they would join their creative forces with other musicians such as John Carter and James Newton. They had always talked about recording together but life took them to other places and dimensions. Bobby Bradford - trumpet, cornet Glenn Ferris - trombone Mark Dresser - bass. Bradford, Gjerstad, Nilssen-Love.
Album · 1984 · 5 Songs. Bobby Bradford, Mark Dresser, Sherman Ferguson & Roberto Miguel Miranda. Released: 31 Dec 1984. More By Bobby Bradford.
In July 1971, trumpeter Bobby Bradford-a sometime associate of saxophonist Ornette Coleman who worked with John Carter in Los Angeles-visited the UK while on holiday. A brief visit, it resulted in contacts with writer Richard Williams, drummer John Stevens and Alan Bates' Freedom label. The present set captures Bradford and Stevens' Spontaneous Music Ensemble (SME), recorded at Polydor studios. Alongside Stevens are regular conscripts, saxophonist Trevor Watts, bassist Yaron Herman and vocalist/guitarist Julie Tippetts; expatriate American trombonist Bob Norden also appears here.
Forever is the fourth studio album by American singer Bobby Brown. The album's only single, "Feelin' Inside", failed to impact the charts. During this time, Brown was the original choice to play Powerline in Walt Disney Pictures's animated movie, A Goofy Movie, but was cut due to drug problems and was replaced by R&B singer Tevin Campbell
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Their band employed a variety of rhythm-section members over the years, but the one here is probably the best, with bassist Tom Williamson and drummer Bruz Freeman, the elder brother of Von and George Freeman. Carter composed four of the five tunes on the album, the cornetist the fifth, but the performances reveal a true collaboration.