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John Richard Handy III (born February 3, 1933, in Dallas, Texas) is an American jazz alto saxophonist.
New View is a live album by saxophonist John Handy and his quintet, recorded and released in 1967. It was Handy's second live and third release for Columbia. The original LP features three pieces: two Handy originals and a version of "Naima", recorded as a homage to saxophone legend John Coltrane, whom would die by sheer coincidence in those days (July 17). The subtitle "In Memory of" was expressly added for the release in late 1967. Naima (In Memory of John Coltrane)" (John Coltrane) - 9:31.
John Richard Handy III (born February 3, 1933) is an American jazz musician most commonly associated with the alto saxophone, although he also plays tenor and baritone, saxello, clarinet, and oboe, and also sings. Handy first came to prominence while working for Charles Mingus in the 1950s. In the 1960s, Handy led several groups, among them a quintet with Michael White, violin, Jerry Hahn, guitar, Don Thompson, bass, and Terry Clarke, drums.
The 2nd John Handy Album is a studio album by saxophonist John Handy and his quintet, recorded and released in 1966. It was Handy's second release for Columbia. The original album features five pieces, all recorded on July 25, 1966 in Los Angeles. The CD reissue features three additional tracks recorded during a different session. All compositions by John Handy. Blues for Highstrung Guitar" - 6:04. Dance for Carlo B" - 4:32.