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Kathy Stobart 1925-2014 R.I.P. « thejazzbreakfast

Kathy Stobart 1925-2014 R.I.P. « thejazzbreakfast


Kathy Stobart 1925-2014 R.I.P.


stobartI didn’t have the right direction, in the first place. It was an unwise choice to go out playing Lennie Tristano things, because, unfortunately, I was sent out into the ballrooms with this kind of music.

Typically wry quote from the saxophonist Kathy Stobart who has died at the age of 89. Thanks to London Jazz for pointing me in the direction of this brief autobiography as told to Les Tomkins back in 1974. And here’s an album cover of Kathy and Humphrey Lyttelton.



Humphrey Lyttelton (1/6) Band 1948-1983 -part one (of 6)

Humphrey Lyttelton (tpt), John Barnes (sax), Roy Williams (tbn), Mick Pyne (piano), Adrian Macintosh (drums),Dave Green (bass), Wally Fawkes (clt), Bruce Turner (sax), Kathy Stobart (sax).

Kathy Stobart – Arbeia

Hard to find track from British saxophonist Kathy Stobart and featuring the late great Harry Beckett on trumpet


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