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Ted Brown: Guestbook

Quentin Bryar

May 23, 2019

Love those records with Warne Marsh et al. You are a living treasure, a Free Spirit and a great musician.

Richard Tabnik

May 21, 2019

you are one of the all time greats

Jim Cameron

May 10, 2015

Hey Ted, I just happened to stumble on this site from something that Buddy Dearant sent me - I'm glad you are still playing; remember when we played together with Charlie Bechler up in Newburyport(?) wow that must be at least 30 or 40 years ago!. Stay cool, Jim

Peter J Scott

December 2, 2014

Hello Ted,
Jack Goodwin tells me you have been in the hospital.Hope you are recovering well.Look forward to seeing you in Japan again.

George Coppens

April 18, 2014

Good to have, Ted! Just received this from Joop. I'll be visiting him on a day in May next month. Stay with us!

Best wishes,


Steve Hartman

December 23, 2013

i much admire your playing. We played Smog Eyes in our workshop recently. Hip composition. Can you put me on your mailing list? I live in NJ close to NYC and look forward to hearing you live.

Rich Sigberman

July 6, 2013

I love your playing, your style and approach and particularly the recordings I've heard of you and Warne Marsh....thanks for the integrity with which you've conducted your career.

Bob Field

June 4, 2013

Ted, the website is great. You are a true inspiration to jazz musicians everywhere to keep on doing it no matter what. It was wonderful hearing you at Joe Solomon's last Sunday and thank you so much for the kind words regarding my playing.

Bob Arthurs

May 19, 2013

Nice website Ted. Feel free to add mine as a link if you'd like; Really enjoyed the session at Joe's the other night. See you soon. Bob.

Anita Brown

March 2, 2013

Hey Dad!! Great site! Hope you tell everyone that you are interviewed in, and on the cover of The Saxophone Journal this month, the March/April 2013 edition!! xoxo

Bill Chattin

February 18, 2013

Ted, I love your website. Very well done. Looks very cool and still has a very "personal" presentation.

Gilles Sniatecki

October 11, 2012

I'm a French jazz and sax fan from more than fifty years.
You are, dear Ted, one of my sax hero. Sometimes I dream of my favorite sax section: Prez, Yardbird, Warne Marsh, Lee Konitz, Lenny Popkin, Ted Brown, Stan Getz (I know its to much for a sax section, but nevermind !)

When will you come again in France ?

Al Hutton

August 18, 2012

Love your tenor playing! I am listening to Jazz of Two Cities. I play clarinet, tenor & alto saxes .... only as a hobby these days.

Jack Goodwin

March 6, 2012

Great site Ted and it's wonderful to keep in touch with someone from those great days of improvised jazz with Lennie, Lee, and of course Warne Marsh. Keep playing the way you do.
Jack Goodwin

Ben Weiss Levi

February 28, 2012

Thank you a lot for the inspiration you give me every time i listen to you plaing in the beautifull recordings you did together with my others "eroes" WARNE MARSH and

Michael Kanan

February 27, 2012

Congratulations, Ted, the website looks great!
Playing with you has been one of the greatest musical experiences I've ever had. You teach and inspire with every note. I look forward to many more sessions and gigs together.

brian kinder

February 21, 2012

This will be great Ted Best Wishes Brian

Kris Hutchings

February 19, 2012

Hi Uncle Ted,
I like the website! I enjoyed your bio especially -- lots of info that I didn't know.

And, I remember Mom having your Free Wheeling Album... I'll be sure to return and listen to some of the recordings.

Rick Koler

February 14, 2012

Congratulation on getting up and on with your own website. I like your (back-of-your-mind) intention to teach via skype.
I know your playing from a large collection of Warne Marsh c.d.'s also I met Peter Ind when he was out here in Sydney, Aust. for the Manly Jazz Festival three years ago. What city do you live in now. I also have had some communications with Rick Bell Tenor in Atlanta, Georgia
Hope to hear back from you when you can. Best till then, Rick Koler

Natalie Rae

February 14, 2012

Congratulations on your site, Ted.
We go back a long way, don't we....when we
were both students of Lennie's and were
part of the studio sessions. Love your
Jazz of Two Cities!

Phyllis Terrazzano Rosania

February 13, 2012

Love the site - thanks for sharing. Learned a lot about my cousin that I was not aware of! Keep making beautiful music!

Robin Hutchings

February 13, 2012

Wonderful website!! Congratulations!!!

Howard Brofsky

February 13, 2012

Hi Ted:
Congratulations on your nice new site.
Let's get together and play sometime.
Love to all,

Bill Chattin

February 13, 2012

good start, Ted. You spur me on to do that also,.....amazing how time flies by before getting it done.

See you soon!


Peter J Scott

February 12, 2012

Congratulations! It was a great pleasure seeing you in Yokohama. That concert recording is a classic in the great tradition. Best wishes.

Bill Crow

February 12, 2012

Handsome website, Ted! I hope to see you one of these days.
Best wishes.

Rose Hendrick

February 12, 2012

What an impressive musical history. Hope you continue it for years to come!

mark ratcliffe

February 12, 2012

congrats mr. brown , welcome to the 21st crntury . i just arrived in it myself .haha .i like it .

Charley Krachy

February 12, 2012

Great site Ted, Thanks for sending me the link....It was a thrill for me to be on the Birdland bandstand with you a few years ago....Your music has inspired me for many years...hope we get to play again....Charley


February 12, 2012

Thanks for your great performances in Japan a few years ago.Many jazz fans in Japan are impressed by your sincere music.
Please come again to Japan as soon as possible.

Woody Brown

February 12, 2012

Great site PaPa!

Donald Clarke

February 12, 2012

Congrats! One of the nicest sites I've ever seen, and will be worth visiting often. More power to you!

george ziskind

February 12, 2012

Site is great, Ted. Congrats!
I hope to play with you before I leave the planet.