Gary Peacock Death – Dead – Obituary : American Jazz Double-Bassist Has Died.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.,
Very sorry to hear of the passing of Gary Peacock. I recently wrote about his early years for JazzTimes. Gary and I spoke briefly on the phone before publication, he appreciated the comments and said they were accurate. https://t.co/lzZDjuZyID
— Ethan Iverson (@ethan_iverson) September 5, 2020
I just received the news that bassist Gary Peacock has died. Intense and creatively original, his playing in the new music of the early 60’s was inspiring. Here’s a track with Albert Ayler and Sunny Murray that made a big impression on me.https://t.co/NEngfmIRt1
— Dave Holland (@TheDaveHolland) September 5, 2020
Cause of Death.
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The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Extremely saddened to hear of the passing of bass great Gary Peacock. He was one of the reasons I decided to pick up the instrument in the first place. His ear for creative and robust melody inspire me to practice and cultivate a rich sensibility everyday. Rest in Peace… pic.twitter.com/yR6q0lvqt8
— jamesquids (@hadalcritter) September 5, 2020
RIP Gary Peacock. When I was working on my essay on Nardis, “Broken Time” (https://t.co/G0iAx8vOKi), I asked Ralph Towner, who played the tune dozens of times, what his own favorite version was. It was this with Gary, on a rare, out of print album. Enjoy. https://t.co/Nst7xKkH6v
— Steve Silberman (@stevesilberman) September 5, 2020
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