|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Passion Fruit||6||Audio||1985||Electric Bird|
|2||Cuber Libre||7||Audio||1976||Xanadu Records|
|5||Better Get Hit In Your Soul A Tribute To Charles Mingus||12||Audio||2012||BHM Productions GmbH|
|6||Two Brothers||7||Audio||1986||Electric Bird|
|7||Pin Point||7||Audio||1986||Electric Bird|
American baritone saxophonist, born December 25, 1941 in New York City, New York. Primarily known as a traditional jazz musician, he also performs in Latin sessions and has appeared on numerous pop, rock and rhythm & blues recordings as an in-demand sideman. His first notable work was with [a=Marshall Brown]'s [i]Newport Youth Band[/i] at the 1959 [l=Newport Jazz Festival]. During the 1960's, he was featured with the groups of [a=Slide Hampton], [a=Maynard Ferguson], [a=George Benson], [a=Lionel Hampton], [a=Woody Herman] and [a=Lonnie Smith]. During the 1970's, Cuber performed with [a=Eddie Palmieri] playing both the flute and baritone saxophone. He recorded his own [i]Cuber Libre[/i] in 1976, worked with [a=Lee Konitz] from 1977 to 1979 playing the clarinet and soprano saxophone alongside the baritone and in 1979 released [r=710828]. He was a member of the Saturday Night Live Band for 5 years during the 1980's. Since the 1980's, he has released a succession of traditional jazz recordings such as [i]Live At The Blue Note[/i], [i]Passion Fruit[/i], [i]Airplay[/i], [i]Love For Sale[/i], [i]The Scene Is Clean[/i], [i]Cubism[/i] and [i]Pinpoint[/i]. Other musicians who have recruited Cuber for sessions include [a=Chaka Khan], [a=Paul Simon], [a=Eric Clapton], [a=Yoko Ono] and [a=David Byrne].