Wilbur Ware

Born 8 September 1923. Died 9 September 1979
Wilbur Ware
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1923-09-08
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Wilbur Ware

Wilbur Ware Biography (Wikipedia)

Wilbur Bernard Ware (September 8, 1923 – September 9, 1979) was an American jazz double bassist He was a staff bassist at Riverside in the 1950s, recording with J.R. Monterose, Toots Thielemans, Tina Brooks, Zoot Sims, and Grant Green.

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Thelonious Monk
Ruby My Dear
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Ruby My Dear
Sonny Rollins
Old Devil Moon
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Old Devil Moon
Thelonious Monk
Ruby My Dear
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Ruby My Dear
Thelonious Monk
Decidedly (feat. Shadow Wilson, Gerry Mulligan & Wilbur Ware)
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Decidedly (feat. Shadow Wilson, Gerry Mulligan & Wilbur Ware)
Johnny Griffin
Woody'n You
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Woody'n You
Thelonious Monk
Ruby My Dear
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Ruby My Dear
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