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     David Sanborn

Real name: David William Sanborn
Born: Jul 30, 1945 in Tampa, FL
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Smooth Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Jazz-Pop, Soul-Jazz
Instruments: Sax (Alto)

David Sanborn has been the most influential saxophonist on pop, R&B, and crossover players of the past 20 years. Most of his recordings have been in the dance music/R&B vein, although Sanborn is a capable jazz player. His greatest contributions to music have been his passionate sound (with its crying and squealing high notes) and his emotional interpretations of melodies which generally uplift any record he is on. Unlike his countless number of imitators, Sanborn is immediately recognizable within two notes. While growing up in St. Louis, Sanborn played with many Chicago blues greats (including Albert King) and became a skilled alto saxophonist despite battling polio in his youth. After important stints with Paul Butterfield (he played with the Butterfield Blues Band at Woodstock), Gil Evans, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, and the Brecker Brothers, Sanborn began recording as a leader in the mid-'70s and he racked up a string of pop successes. Over the years he has worked with many pop players but he has made his biggest impact leading his own danceable bands. Occasionally Sanborn throws the music world a curve: his eccentric but rewarding Another Hand, a guest stint with avant-gardist Tim Berne on a 1993 album featuring the compositions of Julius Hemphill, and a set of ballads (Pearls) on which he is accompanied by a string orchestra arranged by Johnny Mandel. For a couple years in the early '90s, Sanborn was the host of the syndicated television series Night Music which had a very eclectic lineup of musicians (from Sonny Rollins and Sun Ra to James Taylor and heavy metal players), most of whom were given the unique opportunity to play together. It displayed David Sanborn's wide interest and musical curiosity even if many of his own recordings remain quite predictable.

- Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)


Сэнборн Дэвид (р. 30 июня 1945, Тампа, Флорида) - американский джазовый музыкант (саксофон, флейта, ридс). Представитель стиля фьюжн, креативного джаза.


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=4040 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
www.delafont.com/music_acts/David-Sanborn.htm Biography on De La Fon
www.davidsanborn.com/ Personal website
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Sanborn About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Sanborn About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 David Sanborn - 'Closer' - 2005, Verve
 David Sanborn - 'Here & Gone' - 2008, Decca
 David Sanborn - 'Inside' - 1999, Elektra Entertainment
 David Sanborn - 'Pearls' - 1995, Elektra
 David Sanborn - 'Straight To The Heart' - 1984, Warner Bros.
 David Sanborn - 'Timeagain' - 2003, GRP
 David Sanborn - 'Upfront' - 1992, Elektra
  как соисполнитель ...
 Joe Beck - 'Beck' - 2002, King
 George Benson - 'This Is Jazz, Vol. 9' - 1975, Columbia
 Randy Brecker - '34 Th N Lex' - 2003, Esc Records
 Randy Brecker - 'Into The Sun' - 1995, Concord Jazz, Grammy Records
 Hiram Bullock - 'From All Sides' - 1986, Atlantic
 Hiram Bullock - 'Give It What You Got' - 1987, Atlantic
 Larry Carlton - 'Sleepwalk' - 1982, MCA Jazz, Warner Bros.
 Gil Evans - 'Priestess' - 1977, Antilles
 Gil Evans - 'Svengali' - 1973, Koch
 Gil Evans - 'There Comes A Time' - 1975, BMG
 Roberta Flack - 'Oasis' - 1988, Atlantic
 Michael Franks - 'Indispensable: The Best Of Michael Franks' - 1998, Warner Bros.
 Michael Franks - 'Objects Of Desire' - 1982, Warner Bros.
 Michael Franks - 'Sleeping Gypsy. Tiger In The Rain' - 1977, Warner
 Michael Franks - 'The Best Of Michael Franks: A Backwards Glance' - 1998, Warner Bros.
 Michael Franks - 'The Michael Franks Anthology: The Art Of Love' - 2003, Rhino, Warner Bros.
 Jun Fukamachi - 'Jun Fukamachi & The New York All Stars: Live' - 1978, Sony Music, Bounce Records
 Larry Goldings - 'Whatetever It Takes' - 1995, Warner Bros.
 Bob James - 'Quartette Humaine' - 2013, Okeh
 Kenny G. - 'At Last.. The Duets Album' - 2004, Arista
 Chaka Khan - 'Chaka' - 1979, Warner Bros.
 Steve Khan - 'The Blue Man' - 1978, Columbia
 Steve Khan - 'Tightrope' - 1977, Columbia
 Earl Klugh - 'Wishful Thinking' - 2007, Mosaic Contemporary
 Gene Lake - 'Here And Now' - 2010, Passin Thru Records
 Idris Muhammad - 'House Of The Rising Sun' - 1976, Japanese Import
 Claus Ogerman - 'A Man And His Music' - 2004, Verve
 Claus Ogerman - 'Gate Of Dreams' - 1977, Warner Bros.
 Linda Ronstadt - 'Greatest Hits. Vol. 2' - 1980, DCC Compact Classics
 John Scofield - 'Electric Outlet' - 1994, Gramavision
 Janis Siegel - 'At Home' - 1987, Atlantic
 Carly Simon - 'Torch' - 2009, Warner Bros.
 Paul Simon - 'Still Crazy After All These Years' - 1975, Legacy
 Paul Simon - 'The Essential Paul Simon' - 2007, Warner Bros.
 Steely Dan - 'Can't Buy A Thrill. Gaucho' - 1972, MCA
 Mike Stern - 'Give And Take' - 1997, Atlantic
 Mike Stern - 'Neesh' - 1985, Trio, AMJ
 Joss Stone - 'Colour Me Free' - 2009, EMI, Virgin
 Take 6 - 'Beautiful World' - 2002, Warner Bros.
 The Brecker Brothers - 'Collection. Volume 1' - 1975, Novus
 The Brecker Brothers - 'Collection. Volume 2' - 1975, Novus
 The Temptations - 'To Be Continued..' - 1986, Motown
 Roger Waters - 'The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking' - 2005, Sony Music

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