Jack Turner


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Raised in Pittsburgh, Pa. Jack began playing guitar, after hearing a recording by Jazz organist Charles Earland called the "Daily Double". Upon graduating from high school and touring with an R&B band, it was in Atlantic city where Jack sat in with Charles, who was playing at Club Harlem. A few months later he received a call to join Charles band where for the next three to four years he would serve tenure, and appear on a hand full of recordings with "the mighty burner" from 1973-1977.

1973 Prestige records. Charles III

1975 Mercury records. Odyssey

1976 Mercury records. The Great Pyramid

1977 Mercury records. Revelation

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Jack Turner
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