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Roswell Rudd

Roswell Rudd
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Roswell Hopkins Rudd, Jr. (November 17, 1935 - December 22, 2017) was an American jazz trombonist and composer. Although skilled in a variety of genres of jazz (including Dixieland, which he performed while in college) and other genres of music, he was known primarily for his work in free and avant-garde jazz. After 1962 Rudd worked extensively with saxophonist Archie Shepp.
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Roswell Rudd — Embrace Roswell Rudd — Embrace
(RareNoise RNR085, 2017, CD)
Roswell Rudd / Jamie Saft / Trevor Dunn / Balázs Pándi — Strength & Power Roswell Rudd / Jamie Saft / Trevor Dunn / Balázs Pándi — Strength & Power
(RareNoise RNR060, 2016, CD)
Elton Dean's Newsense — Elton Dean's Newsense Elton Dean's Newsense — Elton Dean's Newsense
(SLAMCD 229, 1998, CD)
Elton Dean / Paul Dunmall / Tony Levin / Paul Rogers / Roswell Rudd / Keith Tippett — Bladik Elton Dean / Paul Dunmall / Tony Levin / Paul Rogers / Roswell Rudd / Keith Tippett — Bladik
(Cuneiform Rune 92, 1997, CD)
Elton Dean Quartet + Roswell Rudd — Rumours of an Incident Elton Dean Quartet + Roswell Rudd — Rumours of an Incident
(SLAMCD 223, 1997, CD)
Gary Windo — His Master's Bones Gary Windo — His Master's Bones
(Cuneiform Rune 89, 1984/1996, CD)
Charlie Haden — Liberation Music Orchestra Charlie Haden — Liberation Music Orchestra
(Impulse! AS-9183, 1970, LP)

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