First cosins jazz ensemble - for the cos of jazz


Musically, For the Cos of Jazz is pretty typical of the jazz/funk that was popular in the mid-to-late ’70s. It brings to mind one of my favorite bands from the period, the Crusaders. The arrangements and performances are tight, and range from smooth, lite-funk like “Please the Pleaser” and “Beans and Sauce” to more cookin’ and slappin’ numbers like “Psalm” and “Flat Meat.”

Hyde made his recording debut on the 1960 big band vocal album, Two Much! , with Ann Richards singing backed by Stan Kenton and his Orchestra. Since then he has toured and recorded hundreds of albums with rock , pop , jazz artists, including Ralph Marterie , Count Basie , Woody Herman , Harry James (1960–1961), Roger Wagner Orchestra and Chorale (1966), Carole King (1973), Jaco Pastorius (1982–1983), Frank Sinatra (1987–1989). He has recorded with jazz big bands and artists such as Henry Mancini , Bill Conti , Allyn Ferguson , Johnny Mandel , Freddie Hubbard , Herbie Hancock , Thelma Houston , Cannonball Adderley , Tom Scott , folk artists like Rita Coolidge and Kris Kristofferson , and popular music acts such as Neil Diamond , Donna Summer , The Pointer Sisters , The Beach Boys , Helen Reddy , Earth, Wind & Fire , Supertramp , Madonna among many others. [1]


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