Don Burrows

Don Burrows

Donald Vernon "Don" Burrows AO, MBE (born 8 August 1928 in Sydney, Australia) is an Australian jazz and swing musician, who plays clarinet, saxophone, and flute.

Burrows' best-known group is the Don Burrows Quartet: Don Burrows (multiple woodwind), George Golla (guitar), Ed Gaston (bass) and Alan Turnbull (drums).

Burrows has played with world-renowned musicians such as Frank Sinatra, Dizzy Gillespie and Nat King Cole, Oscar Peterson, James Morrison, Tony Bennett, the Sydney Symphony, St├ęphane Grappelli and Cleo Laine.

Read more about Don Burrows:  Biography, Awards, Social Matters and Interests, Discography

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Don Burrows - Discography
... This is a partial discography 1966 The Jazz Sound of the Don Burrows Quartet, Columbia Records 2000 ... Weeks (OST), EMI SCXO-7883 1971 Just the beginning 1972 Live At Montreux ... Series 1985 Makin Whoopee, ABC 1985 Jazz at the Opera House 1986 Flute Salad, Don Burrows Chris Hinze, ABC 1994 Together at last, Julie Anthony Don Burrows 1994 Strings of Swing, Ian ...
John Sangster
... that includes Graeme Bell, Humphrey Lyttleton and Don Burrows, among others ... He played with Don Burrows in the early '60s ... He rejoined the Don Burrows Group briefly in 1967 when they represented Australia at Expo 1967 in Montreal, Canada ...