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James Carter (musician)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

James Carter
James Carter, Bad Ischl 2006
James Carter, Bad Ischl 2006
Background information
Born (1969-01-03) January 3, 1969 (age 52)
OriginDetroit, Michigan, U.S.
GenresJazz
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsBass clarinet
Saxophones
Flutes
LabelsDIW
Atlantic
Columbia
Half Note
Associated actsBird-Trane-Sco-Now!
Websitejamescarterlive.com

James Carter (born January 3, 1969) is an American jazz musician. He is the cousin of jazz violinist Regina Carter.

Biography

Carter was born in Detroit, Michigan, and learned to play under the tutelage of Donald Washington, becoming a member of his youth jazz ensemble Bird-Trane-Sco-NOW!! As a young man, Carter attended Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, becoming the youngest faculty member at the camp. He first toured Europe (Scandinavia) with the International Jazz Band in 1985 at the age of 16.

On May 31, 1988, at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), Carter was a last-minute addition for guest artist Lester Bowie, which turned into an invitation to play with his new quintet (forerunner of his New York Organ Ensemble) in New York City that following November at the now defunct Carlos 1 jazz club. This was pivotal in Carter's career, putting him in musical contact with the world, and he moved to New York two years later. He has been prominent as a performer and recording artist on the jazz scene since the late 1980s, playing saxophones, flute, and clarinets.

On his album Chasin' the Gypsy (2000), he recorded with his cousin Regina Carter, a jazz violinist.

Carter has won Down Beat magazine's Critics and Readers Choice award for baritone saxophone several years in a row. He has performed, toured and played on albums with Lester Bowie, Julius Hemphill, Frank Lowe & the Saxemble, Kathleen Battle, the World Saxophone Quartet, Cyrus Chestnut, Wynton Marsalis, Dee Dee Bridgewater and the Mingus Big Band.[1]

Carter is an authority on vintage saxophones, and he owns an extensive collection of them,[2] including one formerly played by Don Byas.[3]

Discography

As sideman

With Karrin Allyson

With the Art Ensemble of Chicago

With Ginger Baker and the DGQ20

  • Coward of the County (Atlantic, 1999)

With Kathleen Battle

  • So Many Stars (Sony Classical, 1995)

With Hamiet Bluiett

with Lester Bowie's New York Organ Ensemble

With Dee Dee Bridgewater

With Regina Carter

  • Motor City Moments (Verve, 2000)

With Cyrus Chestnut

  • Cyrus Chestnut (Atlantic, 1998)

With Jayne Cortez & The Firespitters'

  • Cheerful & Optimistic (Bola Press, 1994)

With Benny Golson

With Herbie Hancock

With the Julius Hemphill Sextet

With D. D. Jackson

  • Paired Down Volume One (Justin Time, 1997)
  • Anthem (RCA Victor, 2000)

With Ronald Shannon Jackson

  • What Spirit Say (DIW, 1994)
  • Live in Warsaw (Knit Classics, 1994 [1999])

With Wynton Marsalis

With Christian McBride

With Liz McComb

  • Brassland (GVE/LMC, 2013)

With Marcus Miller

  • (Telarc, 2001)

With Junco Onishi

With Madeleine Peyroux

With Odean Pope

  • Odeans List (In+Out, 2009)

With Steve Turre

With Roseanna Vitro and Kenny Werner

With Rodney Whitaker

  • Children of the Light (DIW, 1996)
  • Hidden Kingdom (DIW, 1997)

With the World Saxophone Quartet

  • Yes We Can (Jazzwerkstatt, 2010)

References

  1. ^ "Biography". Jamescarterlive.com. October 28, 2010.
  2. ^ "Stern, Chip "Jazz Instruments: James Carter blows through saxophone history", Jazz Times (June 2000)". Archived from the original on 2016-04-14.
  3. ^ Chip Chandler (2014-01-15). "Musician in long-term love affair with sax". Amarillo Globe-News. Retrieved 2015-08-07.

External links

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