Teo Macero - Bio and Creative Works

Teo Macero

COMPOSER • JAZZ MUSICIAN • RECORD PRODUCER
Born
1925-10-30
Died
2008-02-19
Age (at death)
82
Citizenship
United States of America
From
Glens Falls, United States
Bio

Attilio Joseph "Teo" Macero was an American jazz saxophonist, composer, and record producer. He was a producer at Columbia Records for twenty years. Macero produced Miles Davis' Bitches Brew, and Dave Brubeck's Time Out, two of the best-selling and most influential jazz albums of all time. Although the extent of his role has been disputed, he also has been associated with the production of Davis' 1959 album Kind of Blue, jazz's best-selling record. Macero was known for his innovative use of editing and tape manipulation unprecedented in jazz and proving influential on subsequent fusion, experimental rock, electronica, post-punk, no wave, and acid jazz. - Wikipedia

Select Creative Works

ALBUM • 1985

by Teo Macero

ALBUM • 1984

by Teo Macero, London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Lounge Lizards

ALBUM • 1980

by Teo Macero, Teo Macero

ALBUM • 1957

by Teo Macero, The Prestige Jazz Quartet

ALBUM • 1954

by Teo Macero

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