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Bobby Hutcherson (1941–2016)

Bobby Hutcherson was born on January 27, 1941 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He was an actor, known for 'Round Midnight (1986), Blue Note - A Story of Modern Jazz (1997) and The 28th Annual Grammy Awards (1986). He was married to Rosemary Zuniga and Beth Buford. He died on August 15, 2016 in Montara, California. See full bio »

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'Round Midnight
Superjamit Cotton Clubilla
Superjamit Cotton Clubilla Himself - Musician: Vibraphone


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 1969 They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
Band Leader (uncredited)
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 2013 Bi no tsubo (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Tanada (2013) ... ("Pompeian")
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 1997 Blue Note - A Story of Modern Jazz (TV Movie documentary)
 1993 Superjamit Cotton Clubilla (TV Special)
Himself - Musician: Vibraphone
 1986 The 28th Annual Grammy Awards (TV Special)

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The way Milt [Jackson] played made me feel like I had money in my pocket. It was so satisfying. The sound was warm and round. I'd heard Lionel Hampton and Red Norvo before, but Milt really spoke to me. He played those long lines, and it was very soulful, very talking-to-you. I thought I could duplicate that. It took me a long time to realize that those are Milt's cookies, leave 'em alone.


He was a vibraphonist. During his 55-year career, he performed and recorded with many of the greatest jazz artists of his time, including tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins and pianist Herbie Hancock. See more »

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