Bob Belden

Bob’s Contributions

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07/12/13    Farewells

Bob Belden Remembers Jazz Reissue Producer Seth Rothstein

A unique music industry force who believed in jazz to the core

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02/14/13    Farewells

Bob Belden Remembers Donald Byrd

The producer/arranger/saxophonist on the recently departed trumpet great

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03/28/12    Farewells

Bob Belden Remembers Pete Rugolo

A contemporary musician/composer/arranger pays tribute to a fellow composer/arranger

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09/23/11    Artist's Choice

Artist's Choice: Bob Belden on Duke Pearson

A multi-tasking Blue Note alum salutes his forefather

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March 2009    Farewells

Teo Macero

Teo Macero was truly one of a kind. In my opinion, he was the prototype musician-producer-composer-arranger bon vivant. Who else wears an ascot in our current music scene? He was a big kid, always experimenting, always looking for new and exciting developments...

March 2008    Farewells

Marchel Ivery (9.13.38 – 10.30.07)

Marchel Ivery, born in Ennis, Texas, was beyond the category of local legend. He was a human being first and foremost, a jazz musician second and mentor to every serious jazz musician who came out of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. What can one say about a man...

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Bob Belden joined the JazzTimes community on Feb 25, 2009