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Carter Jefferson

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Carter Jefferson (1946 – 9 December 1993) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist.[1]

Jefferson played clarinet and alto saxophone early in his career, playing in the backing bands for The Temptations, The Supremes, and Little Richard in the 1960s.[2] In 1971, he entered New York University, and played with Mongo Santamaría and with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers.[3] Between 1977 and 1980 he performed and recorded with Woody Shaw.[4] Following this, Jefferson spent time with Elvin Jones, Roy Haynes, Cedar Walton, Jerry Gonzalez, Malachi Thompson, Barbara Donald, and Jack Walrath. His only record as a bandleader was the 1978 release The Rise of Atlantis, produced by Woody Shaw.[5] He died in Cracow, Poland, in 1993 after an emergency surgical procedure.[6]

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As leader

As sideman

With Art Blakey

With Walter Davis, Jr.

With Woody Shaw

With Barbara Donald

  • Barbara Donald and Unity: Olympia Live (Cadence Jazz Records, 1982)[7]
  • Barbara Donald and Unity: The Past and Tomorrows (Cadence Jazz Records, 1983)[8]

With Malachi Thompson

  • Spirit (Delmark, 1983)

With Jack Walrath

With Clifford Jordan


  1. ^ Yanow, Scott. Carter Jefferson at AllMusic. Retrieved March 2, 2018.
  2. ^ The Biographical Encyclopedia of Jazz, p. PT742, at Google Books
  3. ^ Stokes, W. Royal (July 1, 1983). "Jefferson Jazz". The Washington Post. Retrieved March 2, 2018.
  4. ^ Woideck, Carl (1992). The Complete CBS Studio Recordings of Woody Shaw (Media notes). Mosaic Records.
  5. ^ "Carter Jefferson Discography". Jazzlists. Retrieved March 2, 2018.
  6. ^ Grove, Lloyd (December 15, 1993). "The Lonesome Death of a Jazzman". The Washington Post. Retrieved March 2, 2018.
  7. ^ Olympia Live (Media notes). Cadence Jazz Records. 1982.
  8. ^ The Past and Tomorrows (Media notes). Cadence Jazz Records. 1982.
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