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Most Recent Castaway - 15th August, 2014
Glenn Richman (2014)

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Philadelphia-born Glenn Richman is a seasoned and versatile bassist who has been resident in the Bay Area for a dozen years or more.

Educated at the Mannes School of Music in New York City and at Berklee in Boston, Glenn studied with bassists Buster Williams and George Mraz, and with pianist Mike Longo, and has played with Jon Hendricks, Dave Liebman, Chet Baker, George Coleman, Billy Hart and Mickey Roker, among many others.

For some years now, Glenn has been an integral part of the quartet of NEA Jazz Master Bobby Hutcherson. Glenn does a lot of education, too, and his students—be they at UC Berkeley, Chabot College, the Brubeck Institute or the California Conservatory of Music—rate him an excellent teacher, and now put his name at the top of their "Who did you study with?" list.
Pick Artist Album Song Label
# 1 Lambert, Hendricks and Ross The Hottest New Group in Jazz Cloudburst Columbia
# 2 Wes Montgomery and Jimmy Smith Jimmy and Wes: The Dynamic Duo James & Wes Verve
# 3 John Coltrane Impressions Impressions Impulse
# 4 Bobby Hutcherson Total Eclipse Herzog Blue Note
# 5 Herbie Hancock The Prisoner Firewater Blue Note
# 6 Grant Green Idle Moments Jean de Fleur Blue Note
# 7 John Coltrane Giant Steps Giant Steps Atlantic
# 8 Miles Davis Kind of Blue Freddie Freeloader Columbia
         
Book "The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin"
         
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