Perhaps no jazz musician recorded a more varied output in more diverse settings in the 1980s than tenor saxophonist and bass clarinetist David Murray. Three of the best bands to emerge in the decade were his Octet, his Quartet and the collaborative World Saxophone Quartet. He may have been the most recorded jazz artist of the decade, as well, and with consistently high quality.
Host Intro 0:00
World Saxophone Quartet "Fast Life" from W.S.Q. (Black Saint) 3:57
World Saxophone Quartet "I Heard That" from Revue (Black Saint) 6:58
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David Murray Octet "The Fast Life" from Ming (Black Saint) 12:06
David Murray Octet "Ming" from Ming (Black Saint) 20:54
David Murray Octet "Home" from Home (Black Saint) 25:18
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David Murray Quartet "Body And Soul" from Morning Song. (Black Saint) 33:55
David MurrayDD Jackson Duo "El Matador" from The Norton Collection (Norton) 40:44
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Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition "One for Eric" from Special Edition (ECM) 47:14
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