Jazz musician Earl Turbinton often goes by the enigmatic moniker "the African Cowboy," and certainly he roams freely through a varied landscape of musical genres, from bebop to blues to avant-garde jazz. The saxophone player from New Orleans has played with an amazing array of music giants, from Cannonball Adderley to B.B. King, Herbie Hancock to the Neville Brothers, Snooks Eaglin to the Wild Magnolias.
Turbinton is a master of both the soprano and alto sax, which can be heard mainly on the recordings… Show more
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