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     Joe Henderson

Real name: Joseph A. Henderson
Born: Apr 24, 1937 in Lima, Ohio
Died: Jun 30, 2001 in San Francisco, CA
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Hard Bop, Post-Bop
Instruments: Sax (Tenor)

Joe Henderson is proof that jazz can sell without watering down the music; it just takes creative marketing. Although his sound and style were virtually unchanged from the mid-'60s, Joe Henderson's signing with Verve in 1992 was treated as a major news event by the label (even though he had already recorded many memorable sessions for other companies). His Verve recordings had easy-to-market themes (tributes to Billy Strayhorn, Miles Davis, and Antonio Carlos Jobim) and, as a result, he became a national celebrity and a constant poll winner while still sounding the same as when he was in obscurity in the 1970s.

The general feeling is that it couldn't have happened to a more deserving jazz musician. After studying at Kentucky State College and Wayne State University, Joe Henderson played locally in Detroit before spending time in the military (1960-1962). He played briefly with Jack McDuff and then gained recognition for his work with Kenny Dorham (1962-1963), a veteran bop trumpeter who championed him and helped Henderson get signed to Blue Note. Henderson appeared on many Blue Note sessions both as a leader and as a sideman, spent 1964-1966 with Horace Silver's Quintet, and during 1969-1970 was in Herbie Hancock's band. From the start, he had a very distinctive sound and style which, although influenced a bit by both Sonny Rollins and John Coltrane, also contained a lot of brand new phrases and ideas. Henderson had long been able to improvise in both inside and outside settings, from hard bop to freeform. In the 1970s, he recorded frequently for Milestone and lived in San Francisco, but was somewhat taken for granted. The second half of the 1980s found him continuing his freelancing and teaching while recording for Blue Note, but it was when he hooked up with Verve that he suddenly became famous. Virtually all of his recordings are currently in print on CD, including a massive collection of his neglected (but generally rewarding) Milestone dates. On June 30, 2001, Joe Henderson passed away due to heart failure after a long battle with emphysema.

- Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)


Хендерсон Джо (р. 24 апреля 1937, Лима, Огайо) - американский джазовый музыкант (тенор-саксофон), композитор. Представитель модерн-джаза, фри-джаза.


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
www.scaruffi.com/jazz/jhenders.html About
www.spiritus-temporis.com/joe-henderson/ Biography
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=7574 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Henderson About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Henderson About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Joe Henderson - 'An Evening With Joe Henderson' - 1994, Red
 Joe Henderson - 'Barcelona' - 1977, Enja
 Joe Henderson - 'Big Band' - 1992, Verve
 Joe Henderson - 'Canyon Lady' - 1997, OJC
 Joe Henderson - 'Double Rainbow' - 1994, Verve, Dora
 Joe Henderson - 'Four!' - 1994, Polygram
 Joe Henderson - 'In' n Out' - 1964, Blue Note, Prospekt
 Joe Henderson - 'Mirror Mirror' - 1980, Polygram
 Joe Henderson - 'Page One' - 1963, Blue Note
 Joe Henderson - 'Porgy And Bess' - 1997, Verve
 Joe Henderson - 'So Near, So Far' - 1993, Polygram
 Joe Henderson - 'Sunrise In Tokyo' - 1995, PID, JazzDoor
 Joe Henderson - 'Tetragon' - 1967, Milestone, OJC
 Joe Henderson - 'The Definitive Joe Henderson' - 2002, Verve
 Joe Henderson - 'The Kicker' - 1967, Milestone, OJC
 Joe Henderson - 'The State Of The Tenor. Vols. 1 & 2' - 1985, Blue Note
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Ron Carter - 'Parade' - 1979, Parade, Prospekt
 Louis Scherr - 'Warm Valley' - 1991, Intersound
 McCoy Tyner - 'New York Reunion' - 1991, Chesky
  как соисполнитель ...
 George Benson - 'Tell It Like It Is. In Flight' - 1969, A&M, Warner Bros.
 Randy Brecker - 'In The Idiom' - 1986, Denon
 Kenny Burrell - 'Ellington Is Forever Vol.2' - 1977, Concord, Fantasy
 Laverne Butler - 'No Looking Back' - 1992, Chesky
 Ron Carter - 'All Blues' - 2011, Masterworks Jazz
 Alice Coltrane - 'Ptah, The El Daoud' - 1970, Impulse!
 Kenny Dorham - 'Una Mas' - 1999, Blue Note, RVG Edition
 Kevin Eubanks - 'Spiritalk 2 - Revelations' - 1994, Blue Note
 Kenny Garrett - 'Black Hope' - 1992, Warner Bros.
 Grant Green - 'Am I Blue' - 2002, Blue Note
 Grant Green - 'Idle Moments' - 2004, Blue Note
 Roy Hargrove - 'With The Tenors Of Our Time' - 1993, Verve
 Andrew Hill - 'Pax' - 2006, Blue Note
 Andrew Hill - 'Point Of Departure' - 1964, Blue Note
 Shirley Horn - 'The Main Ingredient' - 1996, Verve Forecast
 Freddie Hubbard - 'Red Clay' - 1970, CBS Records
 Bobby Hutcherson - 'Stick Up!' - 1966, Blue Note
 Bobby Hutcherson - 'The Kicker' - 1963, Blue Note
 J.J. Johnson - 'Pinnacles' - 1979, OJC
 Chaka Khan - 'Echoes Of An Era' - 1982, Rhino
 Mulgrew Miller - 'Hand In Hand' - 1992, Novus
 Frank Morgan - 'Reflections' - 1988, Concord
 Lee Morgan - 'The Sidewinder' - 1963, Blue Note
 Duke Pearson - 'Sweet Honey Bee' - 1966, Blue Note
 Duke Pearson - 'Wahoo!' - 1964, Blue Note
 Flora Purim - 'Butterfly Dreams' - 1973, Milestone, OJC, Fantasy
 Flora Purim - 'Encounter' - 1976, Milestone, OJC
 Renee Rosnes - 'For The Moment' - 1990, Blue Note
 Mal Waldron - 'Soul Eyes' - 1997, BMG, RCA Victor
 Larry Young - 'Unity' - 1965, Blue Note
 Joe Zawinul - 'The Rise & Fall Of The Third Stream. Money In The Pocket' - 1994, Rhino, Atlantic

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