Paul Horn (musician)

Paul Horn
Paul Horn (March 17, 1930 – June 29, 2014) was an American flautist, saxophonist, composer and producer.wikipedia
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Inside (Paul Horn album)

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He became a pioneer of world and new age music with his 1969 album, Inside.
Inside is an album by American flautist and composer Paul Horn, released in 1969 by Epic Records.

Chico Hamilton

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Moving to Los Angeles he played with Chico Hamilton's quintet from 1956 to 1958 and became an established West Coast session player.
A version of the quintet including flutist Paul Horn was featured in the film Sweet Smell of Success in 1957 and one including Eric Dolphy appeared in the film Jazz on a Summer's Day (1960), set at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival.

The Beatles in India

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He attended training at the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's ashram along with The Beatles on their 1968 trip to India.
They joined a group of 60 training to be TM teachers; among the other celebrity meditators were musicians Donovan, Mike Love and Paul Horn, and actress Mia Farrow.

House of Horn

House of Horn is the debut album by saxophonist Paul Horn which was released on the Dot label in 1957.

New-age music

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He became a pioneer of world and new age music with his 1969 album, Inside.
Paul Horn (beginning with 1968's Inside) was one of the important predecessors.

Plenty of Horn (Paul Horn album)

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Plenty of Horn is the second album by saxophonist Paul Horn, released on the Dot label in 1958.

Impressions!

Impressions! is the third album by saxophonist Paul Horn and his first released on the World Pacific label in 1959.

The Sound of Paul Horn

The Sound of Paul Horn is an album by Paul Horn which was originally released on the Columbia label in 1961.

Something Blue (Paul Horn album)

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Something Blue is the fourth album by saxophonist Paul Horn which was originally released on the HiFi Jazz label in 1960.

Clutch Cargo

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He scored the 1959 animated television series Clutch Cargo.
Jazz musician Paul Horn provided a score using bongos, a vibraphone, and a flute.

Profile of a Jazz Musician

Profile of a Jazz Musician is an album by Paul Horn which was originally released on the Columbia label in 1962.

Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts

Jazz Suite on the Mass Texts is an album by Paul Horn which was composed and conducted by Lalo Schifrin and originally released on the RCA Victor label in 1965.

Impressions of Cleopatra

Impressions of Cleopatra is an album by flautist Paul Horn featuring a jazz interpretation of Alex North's musical score for the 1963 film, Cleopatra which was originally released on the Columbia label.

Here's That Rainy Day (album)

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Here's That Rainy Day is an album by Paul Horn which was originally released on the RCA Victor label in 1966.

Cycle (Paul Horn album)

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Cycle is an album by Paul Horn which was originally released on the RCA Victor label in 1965.

Manhattan School of Music

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In June 1953, Horn gained a master's from the Manhattan School of Music.

Monday, Monday (album)

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Monday, Monday is an album by the Paul Horn Quintet with an orchestra arranged and conducted by Oliver Nelson which was released on the RCA Victor label in 1966.

Ann Mortifee

He was most recently married to the Canadian singer and songwriter Ann Mortifee.
She was married to the late Paul Horn, a jazz flutist and one of the early new age musicians.

Swinging Suites by Edward E. and Edward G.

Suite Thursday
He played on the Duke Ellington Orchestra's Suite Thursday and worked with Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett and others.

2008 Universal Studios fire

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On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed Paul Horn among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire.

Mongo Santamaría

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In 1960 Horn recorded for Fantasy Records with Latin Jazz vibraphonist Cal Tjader (with drummers Willie Bobo and Mongo Santamaria) for the album Latino! (originally released in 1962 and later re-released with the same title in 1992.)

Buddy Collette

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In 1957, the group (accompanied by flutist Paul Horn and guitarist John Pisano) made a cameo appearance in the Burt Lancaster-Tony Curtis film, “Sweet Smell of Success”.

R. Carlos Nakai

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To that end, he has collaborated with the Japanese folk ensemble Wind Travelin' Band, the Philadelphia Orchestra's Israeli cellist Udi Bar-David, guitarist William Eaton, American composer Philip Glass, Tibetan flutist Nawang Khechog and flutist Paul Horn.