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When Miles and the Band got to the club for a sound check there were some people there from some kind of board that said Tony, who was only 16 at the time, was too young to play in such a place! As a member of the rhythm section, Colin got to play for guest artists Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Mel Torme, and June Christy, among others. He played most week-ends with Red Garland at a club in Dallas.
Miles needed a drummer, and having heard Colin with Victor, he called him to fill in for a couple of nights until they could sneak Tony in. In 1967, Colin started a twelve year studio career in L. In 1983 Colin joined the Richie Cole group Alto Madness, travelled to Japan and Europe, and toured the U. It was tough because he was still doing the teaching job as well.
Colin was in the group that was opening for Brubeck. I knew he had tremendous chops, but when I saw and heard him play in person, I just had to have that technique.
For two weeks, as soon as Joe woke up every day, there I was with the practice pad. Six weeks later he joined the Vince Guaraldi Trio, and played clubs in San Francisco, including several months at the Trident in Sausalito, and other well known clubs such as The Blackhawk and Jazz Workshop.
“That,” says Colin, “was one of the thrills of my life.”In 1964-65 Colin was a member of Terry Gibbs’s six piece band on The Regis Philbin T. He also played with Carl Fontana, Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis, James Moody, Pepper Adams, and others during that period.
In 1985 Colin moved back to California and presently lives in the San Francisco area where he plays with his good friend, Piano player Dick Hindman.
In 1989 Joe Pass started up the Quartet that recorded For Django again. As Colin says “It was a bonus in life to have had that time playing with Joe and the group again.”Colin has toured extensively in the U. A., Japan, Europe, South America and Canada, with Benny Goodman, George Shearing, Richie Cole, Vic Damone, Ernestine Anderson, Al Hirt, Doc Severinsen, Carol Sloane, Susannah Mc Corkle and Joe Pass. Bain earned his place as the number one guitarist for many Hollywood studios in the 1950s and 60s.
They did seven recordings, and played the Blue Note clubs in Japan as well as venues in the U. He played on countless jingles, albums, and soundtracks for television and movies. Records by Frank Sinatra, including Young At Heart and Ive Got You Under My Skin, featured Bain on guitar, as did records with his favorite male vocalist, Nat King Cole including Unforgettable.
Joe Morello came to Australia on a tour with the Dave Brubeck Quartet.
Bain was playing with the Phil Moore band, when a record date for bebop.
Frank Sinatra wanted to record a bop record, so they decided Phils group was the one.
Joe Pass had recently signed with World Pacific Jazz records.
Using the same personnel (Clare, Albert and Colin) the album Catch Me was recorded. and on the road was extensive, playing and recording with, among others: Joe Pass, Victor Feldman, Joe Williams, Benny Goodman, George Shearing, Chet Baker, Hampton Hawes, Jim Hall, Red Mitchell, Roger Kellaway, Phil Woods, Pete Jolly, Ray Brown, Tommy Flanagan, Terry Gibbs, Buddy De Franco, Jimmy Rowles, Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis, Joao Gilberto, Peggy Lee, Tony Bennett, Coleman Hawkins, Gerry Mulligan, Michel Legrand, Dave Grusin, Harry ‘Sweets’ Edison, Clare Fischer, and Blossom Dearie. sound tracks that include: Emmy Awards, Fred Astaire Easter Show, Julie Andrews Show, Merv Griffin, and The Charlie Brown Christmas and A Boy Named Charlie Brown (Linus and Lucy specials with Vince Guaraldi.) He subbed for Ed Shaughnessy on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson for six years, and the Carol Burnett Show. shows he played for every kind of music, from Beverly Sills (Opera) to James Brown.