Greenberg, Chuck

Chuck Greenberg (March 25, 1950 - September 4, 1995), leader of the jazz fusion group Shadowfax, died of a massive heart attack September 4, 1995 at the age of 45 in Santa Cruz Island, California. He formed the group in the early 70's and played sax, keyboards, and produced the group. He helped developed the lyricon, the first electronic wind instrument, with engineer Bill Bernardi and it became the signature sound of Shadowfax.
Greenberg, Chuck
Chuck Greenberg - From a Blue Planet

Artist: Chuck Greenberg
P: 1991

A collection of nine quintessential Chuck Greenberg compositions featuring his trademark lyricon, flutes, and tenor & soprano saxes. Features Shadowfaxers Phil Maggini and Charles Bisharat, as well as Alex DeGrassi and a host of others. Experienced a very limited release in 1991, yet rose to #6 on the Gavin Report Adult Alternative and #12 on Billboards Top Adult Alternative.

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