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John Stubblefield

John Stubblefield was one of the most versatile musicians in jazz, an invaluable artist who expanded on the music's potential from within the tradition. Stubblefield's tenor and soprano saxophones told the story of four decades of diverse musical experience, from local R&B acts like Jackie Wilson and Solomon Burke (64) through Chicago's progressive Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (67- 70) to freelancing in New York with the renowned Tito Puente (72-74) and Kenny Barron (86) and everyone in between.

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Discography

Countin' On The Blues
Challenge Jazz
1987
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Confessin'
Challenge Jazz
1985
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Midnight Sun
Challenge Jazz
1980
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Midnight Over Memphis
Challenge Jazz
1979
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Prelude
Challenge Jazz
1977
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