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Jim Hartog


Moving to New York immediately after graduation, Jim Hartog became a free- lance musician, performing with such artists as Jaki Byard, the Mingus Big Band, the Village Vanguard Orchestra, the Kool Jazz World Music Concert (with Karl Berger, Don Cherry, Lee Konitz, et. al.), Mickey Roker, Teddy Bärlocher, Joe Bushkin and Tito Puente. He also recorded with Carmen Lundy, Tom Varner, Keshavan Maslak, Bobby Watson, Craig Bailey, the East Down Septet, Bob Belden, and others, and toured with the New York Composers Orchestra, the FraFra Big Band, Domagoj Ralašić and Joel Forrester. Still, Jim Hartog is perhaps best known for his work with the 29th Street Saxophone Quartet, which he co-founded with Ed Jackson in 1982


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