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Doug Carn
Doug (*1948) started his musical career at the age of five, when he studied the piano. Doug's mother was occasionally a church organist, and thus had a wide influence on his son. Later, at the college, Doug had an encounter with Aaron Copland, and the college's band and chorus played his stuff.
 
Doug's favourite musicians has been John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, Charles Ives, Eric Satie and Mccoy Tyner. He worked with Nat Adderley, Earth, Wind & Fire, Shirley Horn, Lou Donaldson, Stanley Turrentine, and Irene Reid. In 2010, he was featured on Cindy Blackman's album Another Lifetime.
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Discography
The Doug Carn Trio
Savoy MG-12195
recorded 1969 in USA
Doug Carn, organ
Gary Starling, guitar
Albert Nicholson, drums
Infant Eyes
Black Jazz Records BJ/3
recorded 1971 in USA
Doug Carn, piano, organ
Henry Franklin, bass
Michael Carvin, drums
Bob Frazier, trumpet, flugelhorn
George Harper, tenor sax, flute
Al Hall, trombone
Jean Carn, vocals
Spirit Of The New Land
Black Jazz Records BJ/8
recorded 1972 in USA
Doug Carn, piano, organ
Al Mouzon, drums
Charles Tolliver, flugelhorn
George Harper, soprano sax, tenor sax, flute, bass clarinet
Garnett Brown, trombone
Earl McIntyre, tuba
Jean Carne, vocals
Revelation
Black Jazz Records BJ/16
recorded 1973 in USA
Doug Carn, piano, organ
Walter Booker, bass
Buddy Williams, drums
Rene McClean, flute
Nathan Page, guitar
Olu Dara, horn, trumpet
Rene McClean, alto sax, tenor sax
Earl McIntyre, bass trumpet
Jean Carn, vocals
Adam's Apple
Black Jazz Records BJQD/21
recorded 1974 in USA
Doug Carn, organ
Gerald Brown, bass
Darrel Clayborn, bass
Big Black, congas, percussion
Harold Mason, drums
Calvin Keys, guitar
Nathan Page, guitar
Ronnie Laws, soprano sax, tenor sax
Thurman Green, tambourine
Bongobop
hip bop HIBD 8017
recorded in New York/USA
Doug Carn, organ
Joey DeFrancesco, organ
Reuben Wilson, organ
Lonnie Smith, organ
Idris Muhammad, drums
Josh Roseman, trombone
Michal Urbaniak, violin
Papa Pepin, bongos
Bob Franceschini, clarinet
Jorge Sylvester, alto sax
New Incentive "Firm Roots"
Black Jazz Records BJ/22

Doug Carn, alto sax, baritone sax, trumpet, piano, organ, vocals
Teddy Adams, trombone
Delbert Felix, bass
Eric Vaughn, drums
Intuit - The Album
Compost Records CPT 165-1
recorded 2004 in Freiburg/Germany
Thomas Braun, percussion, drums
Till Maragnoli, bass
Acimo, keyboards, piano
Harald Amberger, flute, saxophone
Pascal Beck, trombone
Andy Bey, vocals
Doug Carn, Hammond organ
Jürgen Dederichs, trombone
Frank Goos, bass, clarinet
Wolfgang Greser, violin
Niels Kaiser, sitar
Airto Moreira, percussion, vocals
Bernhard Münchbach, trumpet, flugelhorn
Ray Obiedo, guitar
Harald Paul, violin
Esther Przybylski, viola
Flora Purim, vocals
Michael Spiro, percussion
Markus Tillier, cello
Cécile Verny, vocals
Thomas Wagner, tuba, bass trombone
A New Incentive: 'Firm Roots'
Black Jazz Records BKJ-140834
recorded 2010 in USA
Doug Carn, keyboards
Eric Vaughn, drums
Teddy Adams, trombone
Delbert Felix, bass
Home
HighNote Records HCD 7218
recorded November 2010 in New York City/USA
Wallace Roney, trumpet
Antoine Roney, sopranino sax, tenor sax
Aruán Ortiz, keyboards
Doug Carn, organ
George Burton, Fender Rhodes
Rashaan Carter, bass
Bobby Ward, drums
Darryl Green, drums
Kush Abadey, drums
Shakoor Sanders, percussion
My Spirit
Doodlin Records DR017
recorded live 22 February 2015 at Kuumbwa Jazz Center in Santa Cruz, CA/USA
Doug Carn, organ
Howard Wiley, tenor sax
Teodross Avery, tenor sax
Deszon Claiborne, drums
Free For All
Doodlin Records DR020
recorded February 2019 in Oakland, CA/USA
Doug Carn, organ
Howard Wiley, tenor sax
Teodross Avery, tenor sax
Deszon Claiborne, drums
JID005
Jazz Is Dead JID 5CD
recorded in Los Angeles, CA/USA
Doug Carn, Fender Rhodes, Hammond B-3 organ, synthesizer
Shai Golan, alto sax
Zach Ramacier, trumpet
Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Fender Rhodes, bass
Adrian Younge, Fender Rhodes, bass
Malachi Morehead, drums

 
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