Born: July 22, 1934 | Died: February 3, 1992
Junior Cook was a hard bop tenor saxophone player.
Cook was born in Pensacola, Florida. After playing with Dizzy Gillespie in 1958, Cook gained some fame for his longtime membership in the Horace Silver Quintet (1958- 1964); when he and Blue Mitchell left the popular band, Cook played in Mitchell's quintet (1964-1969). Later associations included Freddie Hubbard, Elvin Jones, George Coleman, Louis Hayes (1975-1976), Bill Hardman (1979-1989), and the McCoy Tyner big band. In addition to many appearances as a sideman, Junior Cook recorded as a leader for Jazzland (1961), Catalyst (1977), Muse, and SteepleChase....
Somethin's Cookin'London Records
Good Cookin'London Records
Pressure CookerLondon Records
This information is provided by discogs.com or the profile administrator.
CD/LP/Track ReviewMore articles about
Post a formal announcement to the News Center. We'll publish it and syndicate it for you.