Born on 21.02.1957 in London U.K.
First played with Mike Westbrook (1978-1979) and then became a studio musician in Europe.
He's mostly famous for his work with Gil Evans in 1983, which led to him moving to New York. He played also with the Michel Camilo sextet, Mike Gibbs, Marianne Faithfull, Bob James and Joe Jackson, to name a few.
Chris Hunter has also released records under his own name.
|ORA 104||Chris Hunter||Early Days (LP, Album)||Original Records||ORA 104||UK||1980||Sell This Version|
|81673-1||Chris Hunter||Chris Hunter (LP, Album)||Atlantic||81673-1||US||1986||Sell This Version|
|K32Y 6261||Chris Hunter||This Is Chris (CD, Album)||Paddle Wheel||K32Y 6261||Japan||1988||Sell This Version|
|Chris Hunter||Scarborough Fair (Album)||Paddle Wheel||Europe||1990||Sell This Version|
|660-55-004||Chris Hunter||I Want You (CD, Album)||Sweet Basil (2)||660-55-004||Germany||1991||Sell This Version|
|VACM-1160||Chris Hunter||Goose The Pooche (CD, Album)||Videoarts Music||VACM-1160||Japan||2000||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|Chris Hunter||Keep This One In Tune / Moody (Single)||Polydor||UK||1982||Sell This Version|
|Chris Hunter||America The Beautiful||Atlantic||US||1986||Sell This Version|
|PR 971||Chris Hunter / Steve Slagle||Chris Hunter / Steve Slagle - Purple Rain / I Can't Help It / Santa Monica / Highlife (12", Promo)||Atlantic||PR 971||US||1986||Sell This Version|