Doug Carn

born on 14/7/1948 in St. Augustine, FL, United States

Links www.allmusic.com (English)

Doug Carn

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Doug Carn (born July 14, 1948)[1] is an American jazz musician from St. Augustine, Florida, formerly married to Jean Carne and known for his several albums released for Black Jazz Records.[2]

He studied oboe and composition at Jacksonville University from 1965 to 1967, then finished his education at Georgia State College in 1969.[2] He also taught piano and jazz improvisation at Jacksonville University for several years.

He, along with alligator wrestler Chris Lightburn and Rev. H. L. Patterson of St. Mary's Baptist Church, founded the Lincolnville Restoration and Development Commission in his home town of St. Augustine in 1978. One of the group's projects was the organizing, in 1979, of the annual Lincolnville Festival, which has continued into the 21st century and become one of the Ancient City's leading cultural events.

Carn recorded several albums on the Black Jazz Records label during the 1970s that have since achieved cult classic status, including Infant Eyes, Adam's Apple, and Revelation. He worked with Nat Adderley, Earth, Wind & Fire, Shirley Horn, Lou Donaldson, Stanley Turrentine, and Irene Reid.[2] Most recently, he was featured on drummer Cindy Blackman's (of Lenny Kravitz fame) latest release, Another Lifetime.

Discography

As leader

  • 1969: The Doug Carn Trio (Savoy Records)
  • 1971: Infant Eyes (Black Jazz)
  • 1972: Spirit of the New Land (Black Jazz)
  • 1973: Revelation (Black Jazz)
  • 1975: Adam's Apple (Black Jazz)
  • 1977: Al Rahman! Cry Of The Floridian Tropic Son
  • 1996: The Best of Doug Carn (Universal Sound)
  • 2001: New Incentive: Firm Roots (Black Jazz)

As sideman

With Melvin Van Peebles

  • As Serious as a Heart-Attack (1974)

With Cindy Blackman

  • Another Lifetime (2010)

References

  1. All About Jazz
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 [Doug Carn at All Music Guide Allmusic Biography]
This page was last modified 16.07.2013 21:55:55

This article uses material from the article Doug Carn from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and it is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.