Buddy Catlett

Born 13 May 1933. Died 12 November 2014
Buddy Catlett
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1933-05-13
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Buddy Catlett

Buddy Catlett Biography (Wikipedia)

George James Catlett (May 13, 1933 – November 12, 2014), known professionally as Buddy Catlett, was an American jazz multi-instrumentalist, best known for his work as a bassist.

A childhood friend of Quincy Jones, he played with Jones in bands led by Charlie Taylor and Bumps Blackwell, as well as in a National Guard band. In 1959, he was hired by Cal Tjader. He joined Jones's band for a European tour. He worked with Louis Armstrong, Bill Coleman, Curtis Fuller, Freddie Hubbard, Coleman Hawkins, Junior Mance, Chico Hamilton, Johnny Griffin and Eddie Lockjaw Davis.

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Louis Armstrong, Trummy Young, Barney Bigard, Billy Kyle, Buddy Catlett & Danny Barcelona
Ole Miss
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Ole Miss
Frank Sinatra
Looking At The World Through Rose Colored Glasses
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Looking At The World Through Rose Colored Glasses
Ella Fitzgerald
Dream a little dream of me
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Dream a little dream of me
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