Born: June 24, 1943 | Died: September 19, 2003
Frank Lowe - tenor saxophone (1943 2003)
Tenor saxophonist Frank Lowe came out of Memphis inspired by the bluesy sound of King Curtis, but went on to become one the premier free jazz players in New York beginning with his association with Sun Ra in the mid sixties.
Frank Lowe grew up in Memphis and soaked up the remarkable musical currents of that city in the early 1960's. The saxophonists Charles Lloyd and Hank Crawford and the singer Carla Thomas were his friends and neighbors; his first music teacher outside of school was Packy Axton, the part owner of Stax Records, who also played saxophone. As a teenager, Mr. Lowe worked in the Stax recording studio and in its record store....
Source: Ben Ratliff
Out LoudOA2 Records
The LoweskiESP Disk
The LoweskiOriginal Jazz Classics
Black BeingsESP Disk
Lowe-Down and BlueCIMP Records
FreshOriginal Jazz Classics
Inappropiate ChoicesOriginal Jazz Classics
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