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Red Callender

George Sylvester “Red” Callender was born in Haynesville, VA and at age 3 his family moved to Atlantic City, NJ. He first studied alto sax, then tuba, and then bass. After graduation in 1932, he moved to New York City. A tour of Canada and the west coast with Blanche Thompson and the Brownskin Models brought him to Los Angeles in 1936, where he remained

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Discography

The Lowest
Continuum Records
1958
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Callender Speaks Low
Continuum Records
1957
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Swingin' Suite
Continuum Records
1957
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