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George S. Coleman was born in Memphis, TN. Coleman taught himself to play the alto saxophone in his teens, inspired (like many jazz musicians of his generation) by Charlie Parker. Among his schoolmates were Harold Mabern, Booker Little, Frank Strozier, Hank Crawford and Charles Lloyd.[1] After working with Ray Charles, Coleman started working with... See full bio »

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Freejack Sax Player
Convoy Septic Sam
Comédie! Music Department
The Preacher's Wife Sax Player


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 1996 The Preacher's Wife
Sax Player
 1992 Freejack
Sax Player
 1978 Convoy
Septic Sam
 1973 A Field of Honor (Short)
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 1987 Comédie! (musician: Tenor Sax - as Georges Coleman)

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Other Works:

Toured on Madonaa's "Truth Or Dare"

Alternate Names:

Georges Coleman

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Holding on with both feet, like a chicken in a high wind!

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