Paul Combs, saxophone
Ken Cook, piano
Doug Miller, bass
Alex Aspinall, drums
A night of obscure Dameronia presented and performed by the Paul Combs Quartet.
Tadd Dameron was a cornerstone of late 1940s jazz, contributing key compositions to the jazz canon including â€œGood Bait,â€ â€œOur Delight,â€ â€œHot House,â€ â€œLady Bird,â€ and â€œIf You Could See Me Now.â€
Here’s a link to a good biographical sketch:
Visit Paul’s site for much additional information: paul
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