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Sam Jones

Sam Jones

Sam Jones


1. Samuel Jones (November 12, 1924 – December 15, 1981) was a jazz double bassist, cellist and composer. Sam Jones was born in Jacksonville, FL, and moved in 1955 to New York City. There, he played with Bobby Timmons, Tiny Bradshaw, Les Jazz Modes, Kenny Dorham, Illinois Jacquet, Freddie Hubbard, Dizzy Gillespie (1958–59) and Thelonious Monk. He is probably best known for his work with Cannonball Adderley (1959–65). He also spent several years Read more on Last.fm
1. Samuel Jones (November 12, 1924 – December 15, 1981) was a jazz double bassist, cellist and composer. Sam Jones was born in Jacksonville, FL, and moved in 1955 to New York City. There, he played with Bobby Timmons, Tiny Bradshaw, Les Jazz Modes, Kenny Dorham, Illinois Jacquet, Freddie Hubbard, Dizzy Gillespie (1958–59) and Thelonious Monk. He is probably best known for his work with Cannonball Adderley (1959–65).

He also spent several years working with Oscar Peterson) (1966-1970) and Cedar Walton and recorded with Bill Evans in the 1950s. His career primarily revolved around the New York City jazz scene. Jones wrote the jazz standards "Del Sasser" and "Unit 7" while working with Adderley. Other compositions include "Blue Funk", "Seven Minds", "O.P.", and "Cannon's Theme". Discography As leader 1960: The Soul Society (Riverside) 1961: The Chant (Riverside) 1962: Down Home (Riverside) 1974: Seven Minds (East Wind)[2] 1976: Cello Again (Xanadu) 1977: Changes and Things (Xanadu) 1977: Something In Common (Muse) 1978: Visitation (SteepleChase) 1978: The Bassists (Discovery) - with Keith Copeland, Kenny Barron 1978: Something New - 12 Piece Band (Interplay) 1988: Right Down Front: The Riverside Collection (Original Jazz Classics) As sideman With Cannonball Adderley Somethin' Else (1958; Blue Note) Portrait of Cannonball by Cannonball Adderley (1959; Riverside) The Cannonball Adderley Quintet in San Francisco (1959; Riverside) Them Dirty Blues by Cannonball Adderley (1960; Riverside) The Cannonball Adderley Quintet at the Lighthouse (1960; Riverside) African Waltz (1961; Riverside) The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Plus (1961; Riverside) Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley (1961; Riverside) The Cannonball Adderley Sextet in New York (1962; Riverside) Cannonball in Europe! (1962; Riverside) Jazz Workshop Revisited (1962; Riverside) Autumn Leaves (1963; Riverside [Japan]) Nippon Soul (1963; Riverside) Cannonball Adderley Live! (1964) Live Session! (1964) Cannonball Adderley's Fiddler on the Roof (1964) Phenix (1975, Fantasy) With Nat Adderley To the Ivy League from Nat (1956; EmArcy) Work Song (1960; Riverside) In the Bag (1962; Jazzland) With Gene Ammons Jug & Dodo (Prestige, 1962 [1972]) - with Dodo Marmarosa God Bless Jug and Sonny (Prestige, 1973 [2001]) - with Sonny Stitt Left Bank Encores (Prestige, 1973 [2001]) - with Sonny Stitt Together Again for the Last Time (Prestige, 1973 [1976]) - with Sonny Stitt Goodbye (Prestige, 1974) With Chet Baker It Could Happen to You (1958) With Tina Brooks True Blue (1960; Blue Note) With Kenny Burrell Blue Lights Volume 1 (1958; Blue Note) Blue Lights Volume 2 (1958; Blue Note) With Donald Byrd Byrd in Hand (1959; Blue Note) With James Clay The Sound of the Wide Open Spaces!!!! (Riverside, 1960) - with David "Fathead" Newman A Double Dose of Soul (Riverside, 1960) With Arnett Cobb More Party Time (Prestige, 1960) Movin' Right Along (Prestige, 1960) With Al Cohn Al Cohn's America (Xanadu, 1976) True Blue (Xanadu, 1976) - with Dexter Gordon Silver Blue (Xanadu, 1976) - with Dexter Gordon With Walter Davis Jr. Davis Cup (1959; Blue Note) With Lou Donaldson The Time is Right (1959; Blue Note) Sunny Side Up (1960; Blue Note) Blowing in the Wind (1966; Cadet) Lou Donaldson At His Best (1966; Cadet) With Kenny Dorham 'Round About Midnight at the Cafe Bohemia (1956; Blue Note) With Kenny Drew Undercurrent (1960; Blue Note) With Ted Dunbar Opening Remarks (Xanadu, 1978) With Bill Evans Everybody Digs Bill Evans (1958; Riverside) With Red Garland The Red Garland Trio + Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (Moodsville, 1959) - with Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis Halleloo-Y'-All (Prestige, 1960) Red's Good Groove (Jazzland, 1962) With Terry Gibbs Take It from Me (Impulse!, 1964) Bopstacle Course (Xanadu, 1974) With Dizzy Gillespie The Ebullient Mr.

Gillespie (Verve, 1959) Have Trumpet, Will Excite! (Verve, 1959) With Paul Gonsalves Gettin' Together (1960; Jazzland) With Dexter Gordon The Jumpin' Blues (Prestige, 1970) With Grant Green Gooden's Corner (1961; Blue Note) With Barry Harris Barry Harris at the Jazz Workshop (Riverside, 1960) With John Lee Hooker That's My Story (1960; Riverside) With Freddie Hubbard Open Sesame (1960; Blue Note) With Fred Jackson Hootin' 'n Tootin' (1962; Blue Note) With Willis Jackson More Gravy (Prestige, 1963) With Philly Joe Jones Drums Around the World (Riverside, 1959) With Clifford Jordan The Highest Mountain (Inner City, 1975) With Wynton Kelly Wynton Kelly! (Vee Jay, 1961) With Harold Land West Coast Blues! (Jazzland, 1960) With Yusef Lateef The Gentle Giant (Atlantic, 1971) Part of the Search (Atlantic, 1973) With Abbey Lincoln It's Magic (Riverside, 1958) Abbey Is Blue (Riverside, 1959) With Johnny Lytle Nice and Easy (Jazzland, 1962) With Jack McDuff The Heatin' System (Cadet, 1971) With Billy Mitchell The Colossus Of Detroit (Xanadu, 1978) With Blue Mitchell Blue's Moods (1960; Riverside) A Sure Thing (1962; Riverside) With Thelonious Monk At Town Hall (1959; Riverside) 5 by Monk by 5 (1959; Riverside) With Wes Montgomery Movin' Along (1960) Bags Meets Wes! (1962; Riverside) - with Milt Jackson With Horace Parlan Movin' & Groovin' (1960; Blue Note) With Oscar Peterson Blues Etude (1966; Limelight) Soul Espanol (1966; Limelight) The Way I Really Play (1968; MPS) Mellow Mood (1968; MPS) Travelin' On (1968; MPS) Hello Herbie (1969; MPS) Tristeza on Piano (1970; MPS) With Bud Powell Time Waits (1958; Blue Note) With Julian Priester Keep Swingin' (Riverside, 1960) Spiritsville (Jazzland, 1960) With Jimmy Raney The Influence (Xanadu, 1975) With Sonny Red Out of the Blue (1960; Blue Note) With Sonny Stitt Tune-Up! (Cobblestone, 1972) Constellation (Cobblestone, 1972) 12! (Muse, 1972) With Clark Terry In Orbit (1958; Riverside) Top and Bottom Brass (Riverside, 1959) With Teri Thornton Devil May Care (Riverside, 1961) With Bobby Timmons This Here is Bobby Timmons (1960; Riverside) Soul Time (1960; Riverside) Easy Does It (1961; Riverside) Sweet and Soulful Sounds (1962; Riverside) Born to Be Blue! (1963; Riverside) From the Bottom (1964; Riverside) Workin' Out! (1964; Riverside) With Cedar Walton A Night At Boomers, Vol. 1 (Muse, 1973) A Night At Boomers, Vol. 2 (Muse, 1973) Firm Roots (Muse, 1974 [1976]) Pit Inn (East Wind, 1974) The Pentagon (East Wind, 1976) With Ben Webster Soulmates (Riverside, 1963) - with Joe Zawinul 2. Sam Jones, bedroom artist with 4 albums released for free.

Collaborated heavily with MC Franklin. Recently since attending Liverpool University, he has played many gigs in the city, headlining the University's BandSoc events. 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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