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Steve Grossman, former Miles Davis collaborator died, at age 69

One of the most renowned collaborators of Miles’ band, Steve Grossman died recently, on 13 August. Though nowhere near he has been celebrated as Miles Davis, Steve was one of the finest saxophonists that had been played with Miles’ band.

Steve Grossman was an American jazz fusion saxophonist. His early work with Elvin Jones and Miles Davis remarked him as a talented saxophonist. Later on, he continued his career mostly with the Stone Alliance trio (with Don Alias and Gene Perla). His last solo album is Some Shapes to Come (2019), for people who are interested. (link here)

We respectfully commemorate him.

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