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John Murtaugh

John Murtaugh

John Murtaugh


John E. Murtaugh (Minneapolis, MN, USA, 30 October 1927 - 2017) was an American saxophonist arranger and composer. In 1970 he released his only album "Blues Current" (Polydor) with Herbie Hancock (piano), Gerald Jemmott (bass), Bernard Purdie (drums) and John Murtaugh on Moog synthesizer. He played with Jackie Paris, Urbie Green (Urbie Green Sextett, Blue Note, 1954), Les Elgart („Harlem Nocturne“), Hubert Laws, Les McCann, Benny Goodman, Dizzy Gillespie Read more on Last.fm
John E. Murtaugh (Minneapolis, MN, USA, 30 October 1927 - 2017) was an American saxophonist arranger and composer. In 1970 he released his only album "Blues Current" (Polydor) with Herbie Hancock (piano), Gerald Jemmott (bass), Bernard Purdie (drums) and John Murtaugh on Moog synthesizer. He played with Jackie Paris, Urbie Green (Urbie Green Sextett, Blue Note, 1954), Les Elgart („Harlem Nocturne“), Hubert Laws, Les McCann, Benny Goodman, Dizzy Gillespie, Eddie Higgins, Bobby Scott (Bobby Scott and Two Horns, 1956) and Grady Tate („Movin’ Day“, with Spencer Michlin).

John Murtaugh was one of the pioneers of advertising music. Forming a music company, Grant & Murtaugh back in 1963, John brought so much music innovation to advertising music. The jazz influences of his soul come through clearly. John hired the greatest record musicians of the time to perform the commercial music he would compose.

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