In the spirit of Rashied Ali

Joris Teepe (performer), John Betsch (performer), Freddie Bryant (performer)
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In the spirit of Rashied Ali
Joris Teepe  (contrabas) John Betsch  (drums) Freddie Bryant Wayne Escoffery  (saxofoon) Johannes Enders  (saxofoon) Michael Moore (NL) (saxofoon;klarinet)
Jazz Tribes, 2019
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73 - Jazz (NBLC) J1 - Jazz (Flemish music schema)

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About Joris Teepe

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Joris Teepe is a Dutch jazz bassist, composer, arranger, and big-band leader. He plays contemporary jazz, bebop, and free jazz.


Teepe studied at the Conservatory of Amsterdam. In 1992 the left-handed bassist moved to New York City, where he recorded his first album as a leader in 1993, with the American tenor saxophone player Don Braden as co-leader, with sidemen trumpeter Tom Harrell, pianist, Cyrus Chestnut and Carl Allen on drums. A second album of a very similar group was released in 1996. After this he played and recorded with several groups: a trio (the Intercontinental Jazz Trio, with Shingo Okudaira and Tim Armacost) and groups that almost always included Don Braden. Additionally Randy Brecker and Chris Potter were playing in his bands.

In the past years he started working with larger (big)-bands: the Groningen Art Ensemble (with in addition to Braden included among others Brian Lynch and trombonist Conra…Read more on Wikipedia