Pharoah Sanders 4tet

Pharoah Sanders 4tet

Another living saxophone legend is back with us. His name alone (with Archie Shepp, Sonny Rollins etc.) epitomises the sound of 60s jazz tenor sax. 77 year old Pharoah Sanders has an impressive discography and has played with Leon Thomas, David Murray and Graham Haynes. He was born in Little Rock in 1940 and has created a signature sound and extraordinary power on his tenor (nicknamed “the Brass Goddess”) over the course of his 50 year career and 24 solo albums. From free jazz to mainstream, Sanders’ style swings between octaves, digs out identity in challenging sections and unearths unusual timbres and surprising ranges. The bearded pharaoh is a genius. He trained at the merciless school of R&B and earned his stripes with John Coltrane in the mid-60s. 24 years later he won a Grammy Award (best instrumental jazz album in 1989) for Blues for Coltrane: A Tribute to John Coltrane.

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