George Rufus Adams (April 29, 1940 Covington, Georgia – November 14, 1992 New York City) was an American jazz musician who played tenor saxophone, flute and bass clarinet. He is best known for his work with Charles Mingus, Gil Evans, Roy Haynes and in the quartet he co-led with pianist Don Pullen, featuring bassist Cameron Brown and drummer Dannie Richmond. He was also known for his idiosyncratic singing.
America is an album by saxophonist George Adams which was recorded in 1989 and released on the Blue Note label the following year.
George played the bass guitar in Roy's band. He formed a bit of a duet team with another menber of the band, the lead guitarist, Skinney Clark. That gave some variety to the show. The two of them worked so well together that eventually the Jamboree gave them their own spot on the show in 1963.
George Adams, Plymouth. George Adams is a Producer and DJ based in Plymouth. Emotions - 45 minute radio mixtape. Emotions - Radio Mixtape feat.
Fairytale is the second album from British singer-songwriter Donovan. It was first released in the UK on 22 October 1965 through Pye Records (catalog number NPL 18128). The US version of Fairytale was released by Hickory Records (catalog number LPM 127, LPS 127 ) in November 1965 with a slightly different set of songs. Peter Eden and Geoff Stephens produced the album. 1965 Hickory Records version (US). 1996 Sequel Records version (US).
GEORGE ADAMS is a avant-garde jazz, funk jazz post bop music artist.
Computer consulting company executive. George Adams Young, American computer consulting company executive. Member Windsor Republican Town Committee, l988-, Windsor Human Relations Committee, l988-. Member Association for Computing Machinery, Connecticut Business and Industry Association. Young, George Adams was born on May 15, 1958 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of George Berkeley and Mary Seymour (Adams) Young. Bachelor, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, 1980.
The intense tenor saxophonist George Adams teams up with trumpeter Marvin "Hannibal" Peterson, guitarist John Schofield and an alert rhythm section (pianist Ron Burton, bassist Walter Schmocker and drummer Allen Nelson) during this 1984 concert to explore five originals by the three principals, plus the standard "Don't Take Your Love From M. The music has its strong moments, although nothing all that memorable occurs, except perhaps for Adams' eccentric vocal on "I Could Really Go for Yo. Track Listing.