Marty Ehrlich

He is a master of many reed and wind instruments and has explored every aspect of improvised musicality. Marty Ehrlich is a versatile player who has played in stimulating sessions and been a valuable sideman for many different situations. Ehrlich recorded his first album with the Human Arts Ensemble in 1972. He studied at the New England Conservatory of Music, and moved to New York in 1978. He has been a part of many great musicians’ bands, including Muhal Richard Abrams and Anthony Braxton. He also worked with Julius Hemphill and Bobby Bradford (where John Carter is still in the mix). Ehrlich also recorded with Anthony Cox and led his Dark Woods Ensemble. He was also a leader of Cecma Sound Aspects Muse, New World and, most importantly, Enja. Allmusic

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