Jazz Star Coleridge Goode Has Died, Aged 100.
The double-bass player, who was born in Jamaica, passed away on 2 October (15), but no more details were known as WENN went to press.
Goode spent more than 70 years as a regular on the jazz circuit in the U.K. and was a founding member of the Ray Ellington Quartet.
He worked with stars including Johnny Claes, Eric Winstone, DICk Katz, Stephane Grappelli and Django Reinhardt, and also played in Tito Burns' band.
The musician continued playing into his eighties, and released his autobiography, Bass Lines, in 2002.
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