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Antibes, France, 1980

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The "Johnny Griffin Quartet" perform live in Antibes, France on July 24, 1980.


Personnel:

Johnny Griffin, tenor sax
Ronnie Matthews, piano
Ray Drummond, bass
Kenny Washington, drums

Chicago native Johnny Griffin had a big influence on hard bop saxophone. During the course of his career he would collaborate with Gerry Mulligan, Quincy Jones, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Farmer, Nat Adderley and Niels-Henning ěrsted Pedersen.

He was a giant to the jazz world despite his diminutive stature.



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