Layin' in the Cut is the seventh album by saxophonist James Carter released on the Atlantic label in 2000. Carter is a freewheeling dynamo on soprano and tenor saxes, not afraid to reach wildly to the outside even when the funk backgrounds are merely mild mannered".
Calvin Carter was born in Gary, Indiana, in 1925. He joined Vee-Jay Records, founded by his sister Vivian Carter and her husband James Bracken, in 1953 and became its principal A&R man and producer, in charge of recording sessions. B acts such as Elmore James, John Lee Hooker, Billy Emerson and Jimmy Reed. Bootleg album), by Blue Öyster Cult in 1975 on their On Your Feet or on Your Knees album, by The Blues Brothers in 1980 (on their Made in America album), and by the Belgian band The Baboons in 2011 (on their Back Scratch album).
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Calvin Holmes Carter (May 19, 1829 – September 18, 1887) was an American politician. Carter, son of Preserve W. and Ruth (Holmes) Carter, was born in Waterbury, Connecticut, May 19, 1829. He entered Yale College in 1846, but left the class at the end of the Sophomore year, and joined the next class a year later. After graduation in 1851 he spent a year in the Yale Law School, and was then for some months in the office of the Hon. Increase Sumner, of Great Barrington, Massachusetts