Gene A Perla

Born 1 March 1940
Gene A Perla
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Gene A Perla

Gene A Perla Biography (Wikipedia)

Gene Perla (born March 1, 1940, Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey) is an American jazz bassist.

Perla studied piano at the Berklee School of Music and the Boston Conservatory before switching to bass. He played with Woody Herman in 1969-70, as well as Thad Jones/Mel Lewis, Sarah Vaughan, Miles Davis, Nina Simone, Jeremy Steig, Elvin Jones (1971–73), and Sonny Rollins.

In the 1970s Perla founded PM Records, and later headed Plug Records. Under his leadership the labels recorded Dave Liebman, Elvin Jones, Steve Grossman, Pat LaBarbera, and Jerry Bergonzi. He formed Stone Alliance with Grossman and Don Alias in 1975, and continues to perform and teach at Lehigh University and the New School of Jazz & Contemporary Music.

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Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
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