Kenneth MossKenneth (* 1946 in Chicago), who's stage name was Khalid Moss, was a jazz and R&B pianist and organist, who also worked as an author.
Kenneth, who performed in Europe, Africa, Canada and most notably the United States, recorded over the course of his career with musicians such as Rusty Bryant and the Casual Society, Groove Holmes, Yusef Lateef, Pharoah Sanders, Nat Dixon, Betty Carter, and Phyllis Hyman. In the formation Standard Time he played in 1997 a.o. with Michael Wade, Kevin Engel and Larry Humphrey. He made also guest appearances at the White House, Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. He later wrote as a journalist for the Dayton Daily News.
Kenneth passed away in 2022.
Friday Night Funk For Saturday Night Brothers
Prestige PRST 10053
recorded July 1972 in Englewood Cliffs, NJ/USA
Rusty Bryant, alto sax, tenor sax
Harold Young, guitar
Khalid Moss (Kenneth Moss), piano, organ
Eddie Brookshire, bass
Fred Masey, drums
Norman Jones, percussion, congas
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