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Town Hall in February 22, 1985 - NYC



Lou Donaldson, Alto Saxophone
Stanley Turrentine, Tenor Saxophone
Jimmy Smith, Hammond
Kenny Burrell, Guitar
Grady Tate, Drums

Also saxophonist Lou Donaldson was born November 1, 1926 in Badin, North Carolina.

He was introduced to bebop while stationed at the Great Lakes bases in Chicago during a Navy stint in World War II.

He's played with numerous giants including: Milt Jackson, Thelonious Monk, Blue Mitchell, Horace Silver, Art Blakey, Clifford Brown and Philly Joe Jones.

By the age of 26, he started recording for Blue Note as a leader. He's also made albums for Cadet and Argo (1963-1966) and Muse, Timeless, and Milestone

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