Bob Belden




Rating
Active
1970 to 2010
Born
October 31, 1956
Died
May 20, 2015
Location
Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Biography
James Robert Belden (born October 31, 1956) is an American saxophonist, arranger, composer, bandleader and producer. He is noted for his Grammy Award winning jazz orchestral recording titled The Black Dahlia. He is also a past head of A & R for Blue Note Records. Belden was born in Evanston, Illinois, and raised in South Carolina. In his formative years, Belden studied saxophone with Lou Marini Sr., father of famed jazz saxophonist, Lou Marini (Buddy Rich Big Band, Blood, Sweat And Tears, best known as "Blue Lou" of the Blues Brothers Band). Belden attended the University of North Texas and was a member of the famed One O'clock Lab Band.
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I'm Only Sleeping

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Come Together

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So Far Away

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Wrapped Around Your Finger

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A Natural Woman (You Make Me Feel Like)

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