Supersax

Members of Supersax: Blue Mitchell, Buddy Clark, Charles Loper, Conte Candoli, Don Menza, Ernie Tack, Frank Rosolino, Fred Atwood, Jack Nimitz, Jake Hanna, Jay Migliori, Joe Lopes, Joe Lopes (2), John Dentz, Lanny Morgan, Larry McGuire, Lou Levy, Med Flory, Mike Barone, Monty Budwig, Ralph Osborne, Ray Reed, Ray Triscari, Ronnell Bright, Sue Raney, Warne Marsh
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Discography of Supersax:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Dynamite!! 9 Audio 1979 MPS Records
2 Dynamite !! 9 Audio 1979
3 Supersax Plays Bird 10 Audio 1973 Capitol Records
4 Salt Peanuts 9 Audio 1974 Capitol Records
5 Supersax Plays Bird 10 Audio 1973 Capitol Records
6 Supersax Plays Bird 10 Audio Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
7 Salt Peanuts 9 Audio 1984 Pausa Records
8 Supersax & L.A. Voices Volume 2 9 Audio 1984 Columbia
9 Straighten Up And Fly Right Volume 3 9 Audio 1986 Columbia
10 Stone Bird 9 Audio 1988 Columbia
11 Supersax Plays Bird With Strings 10 Audio 1975 Capitol Records
12 Supersax & L.A. Voices Volume 2 9 Audio 1984 CBS
13 Chasin' The Bird 9 Audio 1977
14 Chasin' The Bird 9 Audio 1977 Pausa Records
15 Salt Peanuts 9 Audio 1974
16 Dynamite !! 9 Audio 1980 Pausa Records
17 Supersax & L.A. Voices Volume 2 9 Audio 1984 CBS
18 Straighten Up And Fly Right Volume 3 9 Audio 1986 CBS
19 Chasin' The Bird 9 Audio 1977 MPS Records
20 L.A. 10 Audio 1983 Epic
21 Stone Bird 9 Audio 1988 CBS
22 Straighten Up And Fly Right Volume 3 9 Audio 1986 Epic/Sony Inc.
23 Supersax & L.A. Voices Volume 2 9 Audio 1984 Epic/Sony
24 L.A. 10 Audio 1983 CBS
25 The Complete Edition 28 Audio 1990 CBS
26 Live In '75 - The Japanese Tour Vol. 2 7 Audio 1999 Hindsight Records (2)
27 Live In '75 - The Japanese Tour 8 Audio Hindsight Records (2)


Supersax was a Charlie Parker tribute band formed by Med Flory and Buddy Clark that debuted in 1972, brass soloists that recorded with the group included Conte Candoli (trumpet), Frank Rosolino (trombone) and Carl Fontana (trombone). They won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Performance by a Group in 1974.


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