Julius A Hemphill

Julius Arthur Hemphill

Also known as Hemphill, J. Hemphill, Julius Hemphill, Julius A. Hemphill, Julius Arthur Hemphill, Julius Hemphill
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Discography of Julius A Hemphill:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 'Coon Bid'ness 5 Audio 1975 Freedom
2 One Atmosphere 7 Audio 2003-08-00 Tzadik
3 Live In New York 4 Audio 1995 Red Record
4 Raw Materials And Residuals 5 Audio 1978-12-28 Black Saint
5 Dogon A.D. 3 Audio 1977
6 'Coon Bid'ness 5 Audio 1975
7 Buster Bee 6 Audio 1978 Sackville Recordings
8 Live In New York 4 Audio 1978 Red Record
9 Roi Boyé & The Gotham Minstrels 4 Audio 1977 Sackville Recordings
10 Georgia Blue 4 Audio 1984 Minor Music
11 Dogon A.D. 3 Audio 1972 Mbari
12 Blue Boyé 8 Audio 1997-02-21 Screwgun Records
13 Blue Boyé 8 Audio 1977 Mbari
14 Buster Bee 6 Audio 2002 Sackville Recordings
15 'Coon Bid'ness 5 Audio 1995 Black Lion
16 Coon Bid'ness 5 Audio 2006
17 Raw Materials And Residuals 5 Audio 1993
18 Roi Boyé & The Gotham Minstrels 2 Audio 2002 Sackville Recordings
19 Live At Kassiopeia 8 Audio 2011-09-00 NoBusiness Records
20 Live At Kassiopeia 7 Audio 2011-09-00 NoBusiness Records
21 The Hard Blues 5 Audio 1994-06-25 Freedom
22 Beyond Benghazi 8 Audio 1987 Apparition Records
23 The Collected Poem - For Blind Lemon Jefferson 2 Audio 1971 Mbari
24 'Coon Bid'ness 5 Audio 1979 Freedom
25 'Coon Bid'ness 5 Audio Freedom
26 Oakland Duets 6 Audio 1993 Music And Arts Programs Of America, Inc.
27 Dogon A.D. 3 Audio 1977
28 Reflections 5 Audio 1995 Freedom
29 Chile New York 7 Audio 1998 Black Saint
30 Dogon A.D. 3 Audio 1977
31 'Coon Bid'ness 5 Audio 1975


Avant-garde jazz saxophonist probably best known as the founder of the World Saxophone Quartet, a group he formed in 1976 and left in the early '90s. He died of complications from heart disease and diabetes on April 2, 1995 at the age of 57.


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