CD
English

Old and new dreams

Dewey Redman (author (main)), Charlie Haden (author)
Extra subject
jazz
Title
Old and new dreams / trumpet and piano Don Cherry ; saxophone Dewey Redman ; bass Charlie Haden ; drums Ed Blackwell
Author (main)
Dewey Redman  (saxophone)
Author
Charlie Haden 1937-2014 (bass)
Language
English
Publisher
München: ECM, No year of publishing
1 CD
EAN
0042282937926

About Dewey Redman

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Walter Dewey Redman (May 17, 1931 – September 2, 2006) was an American saxophonist who performed free jazz as a bandleader and with Ornette Coleman and Keith Jarrett.

Redman played tenor saxophone, though he occasionally also played alto, the Chinese suona (which he called a musette), and clarinet. His son is saxophonist Joshua Redman.

Biography

Redman was born in Fort Worth, Texas. He attended I.M. Terrell High School, and played in the school band with Ornette Coleman, Prince Lasha, and Charles Moffett. After high school, he briefly enrolled in the electrical engineering program at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama but became disillusioned with the program and returned home to Texas. In 1953, he earned a bachelor's degree in Industrial Arts from Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical University. While at Prairie View, he switched from clarinet to alto saxophone, then to tenor. Afte…Read more on Wikipedia