Bobby Bryant

Real Name:
Robert Bryant Sr. .
Profile:
American jazz trumpeter and flugelhornist, born May 19, 1934 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, died June 10, 1998 in Los Angeles, California.
Bryant attended the Cosmopolitan School of Music in Chicago from 1952 to 1957. He then freelanced for three years in Chicago, working with Red Saunders, backing singer Billy Williams (5), and gigged with smaller groups. He spent 1960 in New York and then relocated to Los Angeles the following year where he permanently settled.
His career includes touring with Vic Damone, heading his own groups and playing with such big bands as Charles Mingus (1964), Oliver Nelson, Gerald Wilson, the Frank Capp/Nat Pierce and The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra.
In addition to his big-band work, he was quite active in the studios.
As a leader, Bryant led big-band dates for Vee Jay Records (1961), two for Pacific Jazz in 1969, and one for Cadet Records (1971), in addition to a sextet set for Cadet Records in 1967.
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Albums

Bobby Bryant - The Jazz Excursion Into Hair album art Bobby Bryant The Jazz Excursion Into Hair (Album) World Pacific Jazz US 1969 Sell This Version
Bobby Bryant - Earth Dance album art Bobby Bryant Earth Dance (Album) World Pacific Jazz Germany 1969 Sell This Version
Bobby Bryant - Swahili Strut album art Bobby Bryant Swahili Strut (Album) Cadet Germany 1971 Sell This Version
Bobby Bryant - Big Band Blues album art Bobby Bryant Big Band Blues (Album) A World Of Jazz US 1974 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Bobby Bryant - Piano Nellie / I Found A New Love album art Bobby Bryant Piano Nellie / I Found A New Love EastWest US 1959 Sell This Version
88151 Bobby Bryant Be-In / Good Morning Starshine(7", Single) World Pacific Jazz 88151 US 1969 Sell This Version

Compilations

FSR-CD 865 Bobby Bryant - Chicago Years album art Bobby Bryant Chicago Years(CD, Comp) Fresh Sound Records FSR-CD 865 Spain 2015 Sell This Version

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