8 thoughts on “ Wheres Your Overcoat, Boy? - Johnny Griffin Quartet* - Wheres Your Overcoat, Boy? (Vinyl)

  1. Jul 26,  · Johnny Griffin was born in Chicago on April 24, , and grew up on the South Side. He attended DuSable High School, where he was taught by the .
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  3. This formerly obscure quartet set by tenor-saxophonist Johnny Griffin (reissued on CD in the OJC series) features the fiery soloist on five little-known originals written by Chicagoans plus a burning version of "Cherokee.".
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  5. Griffin cut his Blue Note album Introducing Johnny Griffin in , and that year formed a sextet with Detroiters Pepper Adams and Donald Byrd. He collaborated with pianists Bud Powell and Elmo Hope, was enlisted by Art Blakey briefly as a member of the Jazz Messengers, energized his solo recording career for the Riverside label, and obtained.
  6. Label: Riverside Records - VIJ • Series: Riverside Contemporary Series,Riverside Jazz Golden 50 - 36 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Mono • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop.
  7. Jul 25,  · Johnny Griffin, African American jazz tenor saxophonist noted for his fluency in the hard-bop idiom. Griffin began playing woodwinds at Du Sable High School in Chicago, and after graduation he toured with Lionel Hampton’s big band (–47) and with .
  8. JG, an Album by Johnny Griffin. Released in October on Argo (catalog no. LP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop. Featured peformers: Johnny Griffin (tenor saxophone), Junior Mance (piano), Wilbur Ware (bass), Buddy Smith (drums), W. Hopkins (cover design), Ted Williams (photography), Frank London Brown (liner notes), Joe Segal (liner notes).

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