Teddy Kotick

born in 1928 in Haverhill, MA, United States

died on 17/4/1986 in Haverhill, MA, United States

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Teddy Kotick

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Teddy Kotick (June 4, 1928 – April 17, 1986) was a jazz bassist, who appeared as a sideman with many of the leading figures of the 1940s and 1950s, including Charlie Parker, Buddy Rich, Artie Shaw, Horace Silver, Phil Woods and Bill Evans. He was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts.


With Bob Brookmeyer

  • The Dual Role of Bob Brookmeyer (Prestige, 1954–55)

With Kenny Burrell

  • Earthy (Prestige, 1957)

With Teddy Charles

  • The Teddy Charles Tentet (Atlantic, 1956)

With Al Cohn

  • The Al Cohn Quintet Featuring Bobby Brookmeyer (Coral, 1956) with Bob Brookmeyer
  • Al and Zoot (Coral, 1957) with Zoot Sims

With Eddie Costa

With Bill Evans

  • New Jazz Conceptions (Riverside, 1956)

With Stan Getz

  • The Complete Roost Recordings (Blue Note, 1950–54 [1997])
  • Interpretations by the Stan Getz Quintet (Norgran, 1953)

With Jimmy Knepper

  • A Swinging Introduction to Jimmy Knepper (Bethlehem 1957)

With Helen Merrill

  • The Artistry of Helen Merrill (Mainstream, 1965)

With Herbie Nichols

  • Herbie Nichols Trio (Blue Note, 1956)

With Jimmy Raney

  • A (Prestige, 1954-55 [1957])
  • Jimmy Raney featuring Bob Brookmeyer (ABC-Paramount) with Bob Brookmeyer

With George Russell

  • The Jazz Workshop (RCA Victor, 1956)

With Horace Silver

  • The Stylings of Silver (Blue Note, 1957)
  • Further Explorations (Blue Note, 1958)

With Phil Woods

  • Woodlore (Prestige, 1955)
  • The Young Bloods (Prestige, 1956) with Donald Byrd
  • Sugan (Status, 1957) with Red Garland

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