A strong and versatile bassist, Mr Duvivier have been a high-quality sideman for an impressive number of formations.
Noticeably, he featured along Dolphy in some of the most adventurous hard-bop sessions of the 60s.

Annotation last modified on 2006-06-29 21:38 UTC.



1958The Soul of JazzBill Harris, Joe Wilder, Bobby Jaspar, Pepper Adams, Eddie Costa, George Duvivier, Art Taylor, Billy Ver Planck1
1960Sonny Clark Trio (Different album than the later release with the same name)Sonny Clark Trio with Max Roach & George Duvivier4
1971GiantsDizzy Gillespie, Bobby Hackett, Mary Lou Williams, Grady Tate & George Duvivier1
1978A Song for YouEarl Coleman, Al Cohn, Hank Jones, George Duvivier, Leroy Williams1
1978Midnight Slows, Vol. 8Illinois Jaquet, Hank Jones, Sir Charles Thompson, J.C. Heard & George Duvivier1
1978Songs For New LoversDardanelle With Bucky Pizzarelli, George Duvivier, Grady Tate1
1983Loose WalkLouis Bellson, George Duvivier, Warren Parrish, Jack Scott1
2018The 1960 Time SessionsSonny Clark Trio With George Duvivier And Max Roach2

Album + Compilation

1982I giganti del jazz vol. 50Joe Newman, Hank Jones, George Duvivier, Alan Dawson1

Album + Live

1981Jazz On A Sunday Afternoon Vol. IGeorge Benson, George Duvivier, Al Harewood, Mickey Tucker1

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