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Yokohama,
Japan, 1990

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Of jazz's bassists Michigan-native Ron Carter is perhaps the most recorded. Over the course of his 50-year creer, he has collaborated with McCoy Tyner, Cedar Walton and Freddie Hubbard.

An academic as well as a musician, Carter was a music professor at City College of New York for two decades before entering the faculty of Juilliard. In 2012 Down Beat magazine made him a jazz hall-of-famer.

Personnel:

Ron Carter, piccolo bass
Stephen Scott, piano
Leon Malson, contrabass
Steven Kroon, percussion
Lewis Nash, drums



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