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Charles Lloyd

Charles Lloyd is an American jazz saxophonist and flautist.

Active since the '60s, Charles has appeared on numerous albums as both band-leader and as sideman with the likes of Chico Hamilton, Cannonball Adderley, Joe Sample as well bands such as The Doors, The Beach Boys and Canned Heat.

Charles won the prestigious NEA Jazz Masters Award in 2014.

He released his debut album, "Discovery!" in 1964, followed by: "Of Course, of Course" (1965), "The Flowering" (1966), "Forest Flower" (1966), "Dream Weaver" (1966), "Journey Within" (1967), "Love-In" (1967), "Soundtrack" (1968), "Nirvana" (1968), "Moon Man" (1970), "Warm Waters" (1971), "Waves" (1972), "Morning Sunrise" (1973), "Geeta" (1973), "Weavings" (1978), "Autumn in New York" (1979), "Big Sur Tapestry" (1979), "Pathless Path/ Koto" (1979), "Fish Out of Water" (1989), "Notes from Big Sur" (1992), "The Call" (1993), "Acoustic Masters I" (1993), "All My Relations" (1994), "Canto" (1996), "Voice in the Night" (1999), "The Water Is Wide" (2000), "Hyperion with Higgins" (2001), "Lift Every Voice" (2002), "Which Way Is East" (2004), "Jumping the Creek" (2005), "Sangam" (2006), "Rabo de Nube" (2008), "Mirror" (2010), "Hagar's Song" (2013), "Manhattan Stories" (2014), "Wild Man Dance" (2015), "I Long to See You " (2016), "Passin' Thru" (2017), plus 2018's: "Vanished Gardens".