Don Lanphere

Don Lanphere (26 June 1928 - 9 October 2003) was an American jazz tenor and soprano saxophonist born in Wenatchee, Washington, perhaps best-known for his 1940s and 1950s work and recordings with Fats Navarro (in 1948), Woody Herman (1949), Claude Thornhill, Sonny Dunham, Billy May and Charlie Barnet, among others. In 1951 he was arrested and… Leer Más

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