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Re: Jay White, alto sax
It would probably help if I had spelled his name properly. Al Gallodoro (sometimes spelled Galladoro) was a great alto sax musician who played well into his 90s and just passed away a few years ago. It was one of his records which introduced me to the sound of the alto sax. That one was of him playing lead and solo alto sax for the London Philharmonic. http://www.algallodoro.com/ http://www.prosoundweb.com/article/al_galladoro_the_passing_of_a_music_master/
The record I had with him and Jay White was an intermingling of cuts of each of them, not them playing together.
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