|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Blowing In From Chicago||7||Audio||2003||Blue Note|
|2||New Steps||8||Audio||1978||Horo Records|
|3||Blowing In From Chicago||7||Audio||2003||Blue Note|
|4||Turning Point||7||Audio||1992||Improvising Artists Inc.|
|5||Blowing In From Chicago||6||Audio||1957||Blue Note|
|6||Turning Point||7||Audio||1975||Improvising Artists Inc.|
|7||Blowing In From Chicago||6||Audio||Blue Note|
|8||Blowing In From Chicago||6||Audio||1990-12-26|
|9||Blowing In From Chicago||6||Audio||1983||Blue Note|
|10||Blowing In From Chicago||6||Audio||2010||Analogue Productions|
|11||Blowing In From Chicago||6||Audio||Blue Note|
American free jazz tenor saxophonist. Born September 28 (or October 29), 1931 in Summit, Mississippi. Died August 19 or 20, 1995 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Gilmore famously gave some saxophone lessons to [a=John Coltrane], but nevertheless choose to spend virtually his entire working life with [a=Sun Ra] and his Arkestra. Gilmore also occasionally played bass clarinet and percussion.