Don Pullen

Don Pullen

Also known as D. Pullen, Don, Don Pullem, Pullen
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.donpullen.de/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Pullen

Discography of Don Pullen:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Healing Force 4 Audio 1976 Black Saint
2 Nommo 3 Audio
3 Milano Strut 4 Audio 1979 Black Saint
4 Nommo 3 Audio 1967 SRP Records (3)
5 Montreux Concert 2 Audio 1978 Atlantic
6 New Beginnings 6 Audio 1989 Blue Note
7 Solo Piano Album 4 Audio 1975 Sackville Recordings
8 Five To Go 2 Audio 1976 Horo Records
9 Warriors 3 Audio 1978 Black Saint
10 Melodic Excursions 7 Audio 1982 Timeless Records (3)
11 Evidence Of Things Unseen 5 Audio 1984 Black Saint
12 Chair In The Sky 6 Audio 1979 Elektra
13 Jazz A Confronto 4 Audio 1979
14 Solo Piano Album 4 Audio 2001 Sackville Recordings
15 Salutes The Saxophone - Tributes To John Coltrane, Dexter Gordon, Sonny Rollins And Lester Young 5 Audio 1992 In+Out Records
16 Jazz A Confronto 21 4 Audio 1975 Horo Records
17 More Funk 4 Audio 1981 Palcoscenico
18 In Concert At Yale University 2 Audio 1966 SRP Records (3)
19 Random Thoughts 7 Audio 1990 Blue Note
20 Kele Mou Bana 7 Audio 1992 Blue Note
21 Fundamental Destiny 4 Audio 2007 AECO Records
22 Melodic Excursions 7 Audio 1989 Timeless Records (3)
23 New York Duets 10 Audio 1989 Music And Arts Programs Of America, Inc.
24 Montreux Concert 2 Audio 1978 Atlantic
25 New Beginnings 7 Audio 1989 Blue Note
26 Plays Monk 6 Audio 1985 Paddle Wheel
27 Plays Monk +2 8 Audio 1985 PJL
28 Healing Force 4 Audio Black Saint
29 Evidence Of Things Unseen 5 Audio 1984 Black Saint
30 Tomorrow's Promises 6 Audio 1999 Koch Jazz
31 Sacred Common Ground 7 Audio 1995 Blue Note
32 Nommo 3 Audio SRP Records (3)
33 Nommo 3 Audio 1977
34 Sacred Common Ground 7 Audio 1995 Blue Note
35 In Concert At Yale University 2 Audio 1966 SRP Records (3)
36 Salutes The Saxophone 9 Audio 1992 In+Out Records
37 Don't Lose Control 5 Audio Soul Note
38 The Complete Remastered Recordings On Black Saint & Soul Note 36 Audio 2012 C.A.M. Jazz
39 Montreux Concert 2 Audio 1978 Atlantic


American avant-garde jazz pianist and organist, born December 25, 1941 in Roanoke, Virginia, USA, died April 22, 1995 of lymphoma at the age of 53 in East Orange, New Jersey, USA. Pullen, was known for a percussive approach to his instrument, and for playing with his elbows, backs of hands, etc. He played with Albert Ayler and in a group with Charles Mingus and George Adams in the late '70s.

In the 70s he worked also as arranger for record companies, and accompanied various singers including Arthur Prysock, Irene Reid, Ruth Brown, Jimmy Rushing and Nina Simone.


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