Evolution (Grachan Moncur III album)  

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Grachan Moncur III (June 3, 1937 – June 3, 2022) was an American jazz trombonist. He was the son of jazz bassist Grachan Moncur II and the nephew of jazz saxophonist Al Cooper.


As a leader

  • Evolution (Blue Note, 1963)
  • Some Other Stuff (Blue Note, 1964)
  • "Blue Free" and "The Intellect" on The New Wave in Jazz (Impulse!, 1965)
  • The New Breed (The Dedication Series/Vol.VXIII) Sides C and D-1 (Impulse, 1978 [recorded 1965])
  • New Africa (BYG Actuel, 1969)
  • Aco Dei de Madrugada (One Morning I Waked Up Very Early) (BYG Actuel, 1969)
  • Echoes of Prayer (JCOA, 1974)
  • Shadows (Denon, 1977)
  • Exploration (Capri, 2004)
  • Inner Cry Blues (Lunar Module, 2007)

As a sideman

with Marion Brown:

with Dave Burrell:

with Benny Golson:

with Herbie Hancock:

with Beaver Harris:

  • Safe (Red, 1979)
  • Beautiful Africa (Soul Note, 1979)
  • Live at Nyon (Cadence Jazz, 1981)

with Joe Henderson:

with Khan Jamal:

  • Black Awareness (CIMP, 2005)

with Frank Lowe:

with Jackie McLean:

with Lee Morgan:

with Butch Morris:

  • In Touch... but out of Reach (Kharma, 1982)

with Sunny Murray:

with Sunny Murray, Khan Jamal and Romulus:

  • Change of the Century Orchestra (JAS, 1999)

with Paris Reunion Band:

  • For Klook (Gazell, 1987)

with William Parker:

with John Patton:

with The Reunion Legacy Band:

  • The Legacy (Early Bird, 1991)

with Roswell Rudd and Archie Shepp:

  • Live in New York (Verve, 2001)

with Archie Shepp:

with Wayne Shorter:

with Alan Silva:

with Clifford Thornton:

with Chris White:

  • The Chris White Project (Muse, 1993)

with Cassandra Wilson:

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