A very subtle bassist, Gary Peacock started his US carreer on the West Coast, where he met Paul Bley.
Like many others he eventually moved to NYC in the 60's - backing-up Don Ellis, Bill Evans, or George Russel, he then got mixed with the Ayler posse, with whom he recorded a number of landmark contributions to the free jazz history.
After a hiatus in the 70's, he played again from time to time with Paul Bley and other small formations.
Gary Peacock (born May 12, 1935, in Burley, Idaho) is an American jazz double-bassist.Continue reading at Wikipedia...
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