UNSUNG JAZZ SAXOPHONIST ARTHUR BLYTHE REACHES FINAL CODA..1940-2017 RIP By Robert J. Carmack photo from Duane Deterville collection COMING SOON …BLACK ARTHUR BLYTHE: A Jazz Perspective…April is JAZZ Appreciation Month Share this:TwitterPinterestFacebookTumblrPrintEmailRedditPocketLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Thanks for sharing, Robert. May Mr. Arthur Blythe rest in peace. The music lives on forever…
I’m beyond sadness to hear about Bro. Arthur Blythe’s transition! I grew up hearing his sound in the early 80s and met him in November 1988 when I came to NY playing with Lester Bowie’s Quintet that included Donald Smith, Cecil McBee, Philip Wilson, Lester & I! Arthur was always encouraging to this “Youngblood” and I thank him for his soul, sound & spirit!! Rest In Power Black Arthur!!
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