Once Forgotten – Pamela Baskin-Watson

This warm, relatively simple bossa is associated with Roy Hargrove; he played it on his first recording with the octet Superblue, and it became part of his quintet's repertoire.

Pamela Baskin-Watson

born on July 22, 1953

Kansas-born Pamela Baskin-Watson is a versatile pianist, vocalist, composer, arranger and educator. She began studying the piano during her high school years at the Conservatory of Music at the University of Missouri. She continued her music education studying piano and accompaniment at the University of Miami. In 1976, upon moving to New York City, she developed a strong reputation as a freelance accompanist. A number of Pamela’s compositions and arrangements have been recorded by major jazz musicians such as Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, Betty Carter, Bobby Watson, Roy Hargrove, Victor Lewis, Terell Stafford, James Williams and Kevin Mahogany. Read more...

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