Born in Philadelphia, PA, Robert Landham began his formal musical studies in grade school at age 10, and in three years, began attending the prestigious Settlement Music School, where he received conservatory training in clarinet performance. During this time, he also began studying the saxophone, and by age 16, toured Europe with the Odean Pope Saxophone Choir. Graduating from the University of The District of Columbia with a bachelor's degree in music performance, Mr. Landham went on to study harmony with famed John Coltrane mentor, Dennis Sandoli.
Profile: American jazz saxophonist.
Free at Last is the fifth studio album by English rock band Free. The band had broken up in April 1971 due to differences between singer Paul Rodgers and bassist Andy Fraser but had now reformed. All members of the band made a concerted effort to work smoothly and efficiently for guitarist Paul Kossoff's sake as he was suffering due to an addiction to Mandrax (Quaaludes).
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In 1998, Landham and his brother Robert Landham (an alto saxophonist) recorded an album as the Landham Brothers: At Last was released on the Straight Street label. Landham was still based in Philly in the early 2000s, but by that point, his playing was so in-demand that he was spending an average of four to five months on the road every year. Terms and Conditions. SmallsLIVE 183 West 10th Street, Basement New York City, NY 10014 smallslivel.
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Landham’s last movie role was in 2009. Partially, it is his most famous role. While mostly in his career Landham portrayed villains of all sorts, he’s mostly remembered as a member of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s team in the cult classic Predator. Meanwhile, Landham also had memorable parts in Lock Up with Sylvester Stallone, 48 Hours with Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy and also Action Jackson with Predator co-star Carl Weathers
By Robert "bootsie" Barnes, Robert Landham, Bob Howell, Sam Reed, Julian Pressley, Odean Pope, David Gibson, Eddie Green, Gerald Veasley, 1 song. Epitome is an album by the American jazz saxophonist Odean Pope recorded in and. The Saxophone Shop is an album by the American jazz saxophonist Odean Pope recorded in and.