Composed By – Aki Takase (tracks: 5), Marty Cook (tracks: 1-4, 6-8). Design – Michael Stückl. Engineer – Ahmed Chouraqui. Mastered By – Bo Kondren. Photography By – Andree Moehling.
Marty Cook (born May 1947) is an American jazz trombonist. Cook was born in New York and raised in Ohio, where he began playing trombone at age seven. He played in New York in the late 1960s, recording with Marzette Watts in 1968. He played in a rock band in California from 1971–72 and then returned to New York, playing with Sam Rivers and Ted Daniel. 1994: Ibn Battuda with Embryo (Schneeball). 1997: Theory of Strange (Enja). Gary W. Kennedy, "Marty Cook".
The Pilgrim is the 10th studio album of country music artist Marty Stuart, released in 1999. It is a concept album, telling the story of a man (The Pilgrim) from Marty Stuart's hometown of Philadelphia, Mississippi. Marty plays the role of the Pilgrim, as well as other roles. He played in a rock band in California from 1971 to 1972 and then returned to New York, playing with Sam Rivers and Ted Daniel. The album gained popularity in Europe, where Lee and Blake toured in 1963. At this point, Lees major influence was Abbey Lincoln, during the mid-1960s Lee was exploring sound poetry, Fluxus-influenced art, and other multidisciplinary approaches to art. In the late 1960s she returned to the scene and started performing and recording, quickly establishing herself as one of the most distinctively independent.
1997: Theory of Strange (Enja). Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Marty Cook are also acceptable encyclopedic sources. Additional terms may apply.