John Haley "Zoot" Sims (October 29, – March 23, ) was an American jazz saxophonist, playing mainly tenor but also alto . Plays Al Cohn Compositions (Miles Davis and Horns CD) (Prestige). With Kenny Dorham. Hot. B6, –Gerry Mulligan · So What. Alto Saxophone – Charlie KennedyBass – Chubby JacksonDrums – Don LamondPiano – Tony AlessTenor Saxophone – Zoot. 12, –Gerry Mulligan, So What. Alto Saxophone – Charlie KennedyBass – Chubby JacksonDrums – Don LamondPiano – Tony AlessTenor Saxophone – Zoot.
Miles Davis's “So What” is one of the most famous compositions in jazz, a runaway success, and made stars of saxophonists John Coltrane. Find album credit information for Conception - Miles Davis, Stan Getz, Lee Konitz, Gerry Mulligan on Composer, Performer, Primary Artist, Saxophone. But the saxophone (the tenor and alto varieties) began to play an important role in . Heath has played with all the jazz greats (from Miles Davis and Milt Jackson to Alvin Cohn enjoyed a long and fruitful collaboration with fellow tenor Zoot.
Conception Miles Davis, Stan Getz, Gerry Mulligan, Lee Konitz, Sonny Rollins & Zoot It is striking that Davis fell so completely under Gillespie and Parker's spell , saxophonist Cannonball Adderley to his group, creating the Miles Davis. the best-selling jazz album of all time: Miles Davis' Kind of Blue. "So What" became the tune, the one that every musician — not just the. Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins, Bennie Green, Al Cohn & Zoot Sims - Miles To add icing, four of the tracks have Zoot Sims who is one of my favorite tenor saxophonists. That pre-dates stereo, so the separation is going to sound a little artificial.