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  1. Don Byron (born November 8, ) is an American composer and multi-instrumentalist. He primarily plays clarinet, but has also used bass clarinet and saxophones.
  2. Unfortunately, the band did not gain chart traction and in an era where album art was another key marketing tool - the cover looks like a rush-job by an intern on a hectic Friday afternoon. They called it a day after touring and Byron released a solo album one year later before forming The Byron Band/5(9).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Byron* - Byron at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Byron* collection/5(3).
  4. Don Byron's fourth Blue Note album is a belated follow-up to 's Music for Six perhanasotinglecdazzmirochelsstomba.coinfo musicians are once again featured here, but they're joined by a large number of guests, bringing the cumulative total to As always, Byron looks to unlikely sources for inspiration, beginning with Henry Mancini's theme from the John Wayne flick Hatari.
  5. Worth a listen, but this is yet another Don Byron album that is "interesting", in the weak sense of the word: more of a concept than a fully satisfying musical experience. Get _Romance with the Unseen_ if you want a better sample of recent Byron. [One sidenote: Byron's packaging is /5(4).
  6. Don Byron Biography by Matt Collar + Follow Artist. An individualistic and eclectic jazz clarinettist who has played classical, klezmer, salsa, traditional jazz, and free improv. Read Full Biography. Overview Album Highlights. Don Byron. Bug Music.
  7. Jul 26,  · referencing On The Rocks, CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap, AIRAC this is a great reissue of this classic album from , this japan cd reissue is perfect as per the replication of the original uk lp, the papersleeve here is perfect and so are the inserts that /5(39).
  8. Byron, opening doors for over years In , a gentleman by the name of Charles Hands started selling bell pushes from a shed at the end of his garden in.
  9. In Byron entered Trinity College, Cambridge, where he piled up debts at an alarming rate and indulged in the conventional vices of undergraduates there. The signs of his incipient sexual ambivalence became more pronounced in what he later described as “a violent, though pure, love and passion” for a young chorister, John Edleston.

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