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Frank Socolow's Duke Quintet

Frank Socolow's Duke Quintet

Frank Socolow's Duke Quintet


Frank Socolow (September 18, 1923 – April 30, 1981), born in New York City, was a jazz saxophonist and oboist, noted for his tenor playing. Socolow began his career in the early 40s playing in swing bands led by Georgie Auld, Ted Fio Rito, Roy Stevens, Van Alexander and Shep Fields. In 1944 he landed the first of three stints (the others being in 1948 and 1956–57) with Boyd Raeburn’s Orchestra, recording a number of records. In 1945 he recorded Read more on Last.fm
Frank Socolow (September 18, 1923 – April 30, 1981), born in New York City, was a jazz saxophonist and oboist, noted for his tenor playing. Socolow began his career in the early 40s playing in swing bands led by Georgie Auld, Ted Fio Rito, Roy Stevens, Van Alexander and Shep Fields. In 1944 he landed the first of three stints (the others being in 1948 and 1956–57) with Boyd Raeburn’s Orchestra, recording a number of records. In 1945 he recorded a session as leader (the first of only two) with Freddie Webster and a young Bud Powell for Duke Records. He was a member of Buddy Rich’s short-lived big band, toured Scandinavia 1947-48 with Chubby Jackson, joined Artie Shaw’s big band 1949-50, and throughout the late 40s and the 50s recorded with a wide variety of artists including the aforementioned, Johnny Bothwell, Charlie Ventura, Gene Krupa, Sal Salvador, Maynard Ferguson, Terry Gibbs, Cecil Payne, Manny Albam, Hal McKuscik, Johnny Richards, Bill Russo, Joe Morello, and Bobby Scott. His second record session as leader, and only full album release, Sounds by Socolow, came in 1956 for Bethlehem Records, with arrangements by Bill Holman, Manny Albam, and Sal Salvador, the latter also contributing guitar.

Socolow died in New York in 1981. Discography: Frank Socolow’s Duke Quintet - “The Man I Love c/w Reverse the Changes” (Duke 112, 1945) Frank Socolow’s Duke Quintet - “September in the Rain” (Duke 115, 1945) The Frank Socolow Sextet - Sounds by Socolow (Bethlehem BCP 70, 1956) Various Artists - Bebop Revisited, Vol. 6 (Xanadu 208, 1987) (Contains the three Duke tracks) Frank Socolow - New York Journeyman - Complete Recordings (Fresh Sound, 2005) (Contains all the above material) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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