Harold Ousley

Harold Lomax Ousley, born January 23, 1929 and died August 13, 2015. He was an American jazz tenor saxophonist/flautist. Ousley was born in Chicago and began to play in the late 1940s. He recorded with Dinah Washington and accompanied Billie Holiday in the 1950s. In the 1950s, he was a sideman for Gene Ammons. He also played with Jack McDuff in the 1960s. In 1961, he released his first album as a leader. He released more material as a leader and played with Lionel Hampton in the 1970s. He did not release another album after 1977, except Grit-Grittin’ Feelin’ (2000). From Wikipedia

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