Oscar PettifordCompositions & Recordings

Profile:
American jazz bassist.
Born: September 30th, 1922, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, USA.
Died: September 8th, 1960, Copenhagen, Denmark.
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In Groups:
Billy Eckstine And His Orchestra, Boyd Raeburn And His Orchestra, Chiles & Pettiford, Coleman Hawkins All Star Band, Coleman Hawkins And His Orchestra, Coleman Hawkins Quartet, Coleman Hawkins Septet, Coleman Hawkins Swing Four, DeLuxe All Star Band, Duke Ellington Alumni All Stars, Duke Ellington And His Orchestra, Earl Hines Sextet, Eddie Bert Quintet, Esquire All Stars, George Wallington And His Band, George Wallington Trio, Jimmy Cleveland And His All Stars, Julius Watkins Sextet, Kenny Dorham Octet, Leo Parker Quartet, Leonard Feather All Stars, Leonard Feather's East Coast Stars, Lionel Hampton All Stars, Lionel Hampton Group, Mat Mathews Quintet, Nat Pierce Quintet, Oscar Pettiford & Friends, Oscar Pettiford & His All Stars, Oscar Pettiford And His Birdland Band, Oscar Pettiford And His Jazz Groups, Oscar Pettiford And His Scandinavians, Oscar Pettiford Octet, Oscar Pettiford Orchestra, Oscar Pettiford Sextet, Oscar Pettiford Trio, Oscar Pettiford's Quintet, Paul Quinichette Sextet, Quincy Jones' All Star Big Band, Ralph Sharon Sextet, Sam Most Sextet, Sonny Greer And His Rextet, Stan Getz Quartet, Teddy Charles Trio, The Art Blakey Percussion Ensemble, The Birdlanders, The Earl Hines Septet, The Eddie Bert Sextet, The Frank Wess Quintet, The Frank Wess Sextet, The Joe Puma Quartet, The Joe Puma Trio, The Manhattan Jazz Septette, The Miles Davis Quartet, The Miles Davis Sextet, The Nat Pierce Orchestra, The New Oscar Pettiford Sextet, The New York Jazz Quintet, The Oscar Pettiford Quartet, Woody Herman & The Second Herd, Woody Herman And His Orchestra
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