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Terry Gibbs (born Julius Gubenko in 1924) is a Jewish American jazz vibraphonist and band leader.[1]

He has performed and/or recorded with Tommy Dorsey, Chubby Jackson, Buddy Rich, Woody Herman, Benny Goodman, Louie Bellson, Charlie Shavers, Mel Tormé, Buddy DeFranco, and others. Gibbs also worked in the film and TV studios in Los Angeles, California. He was a popular guest on The Steve Allen Show on television in the late 1960s where he regularly played lively vibraphone duets with the entertainer and composer. He also appeared on Steve Allen's 75th Birthday Celebration PBS-TV special in the United States in 1997. Gibbs was also the band leader on the short lived That Regis Philbin Show. As an instrumentalist, together with his big band The Dream Band, Gibbs has won prestigious polls, such as those of Downbeat and Metronome.

Gibbs has written his autobiography, Good Vibes: A Life in Jazz, with Cary Ginell.

Discography

  • Good Vibes, 1951
  • Terry Gibbs with Terry Pollard, Herman Wright, 1953
  • Terry Gibbs Sextet, 1954
  • Vibes on Velvet, 1955
  • Mallets A-Plenty, 1956
  • Swingin' with Terry Gibbs with Bob Brookmeyer, Al Cohn, Al DeRisi, Don Elliott, Al Epstein, Bernie Glow, Urbie Green, Sam Marowitz, Hal McKusick, Thomas withchell, Terry Pollard, Ernie Royal, Jerry Segal, Frank Socolow, Nick Travis, Turk VanLake, Chauncey Welsch, Herman Wright, 1956
  • Jazz Band Ball [live] with Max Bennett, Larry Bunker, Victor Feldman, Lou Levy, Mel Lewis, 1957
  • Terry Gibbs Plays the Duke, 1957
  • More Vibes on Velvet, 1958
  • Launching a New Sound in Music with Max Bennett, Conte Candoli, Bob Enevoldsen, Med Flory, Vern Friley, Bill Holman, Pete Jolly, Charlie Kennedy, Mel Lewis, Joe Maini, Jackie Paris, Al Porcino, Frank Rosolino, Jackson Schwartz, Ray Triscari, Stu Williamson, 1959
  • Dream Band, Vol. 1 with Max Bennett, Joe Cadena, Conte Candoli, Bob Enevoldsen, Med Flory, Vern Friley, Bill Holman, Pete Jolly, Charlie Kennedy, Mel Lewis, Joe Maini, Al Porcino, Jack Schwartz, Ray Triscari, Stu Williamson, 1959
  • The Dream Band, Vol. 2: The Sundown Sessions [live] with John Audino, Bob Burgess, Conte Candoli, Buddy Clark, Med Flory, Vern Fryley, Frank Higgins, Charlie Kennedy, Lou Levy, Mel Lewis, Joe Maini, Bill Perkins, Jack Schwartz, Bill Smiley, Stu Williamson, 1959
  • Dream Band, Vol. 3: Flying Home with Benny Aronov, John Audino, Max Bennett, Bob Burgess, Joe Cadena, Conte Candoli, Buddy Clark, Bob Edmondson, Bob Enevoldsen, Med Flory, Vern Friley, Bill Holman, Frank Huggins, Pete Jolly, Lee Katzman, Charlie Kennedy, Lou Levy, Mel Lewis, Joe Maini, Pat Moran, Jack Niwithz, Bill Perkins, Al Porcino, Frank Rosolino, Jack Schwartz, Bill Smiley, Ray Triscari, Stu Williamson, 1959
  • Vibrations, 1959
  • Swing Is Here, 1960
  • Music from Cole Porter's Can Can, 1960
  • Steve Allen Presents Terry Gibbs at the Piano with Steve Allen, Herb Ellis, Donn Trenner, 1960
  • Dream Band, Vol. 4: Main Stem with Conte Candoli, Buddy Clark, Bob Edmondson, Vern Friley, Frank Huggins, Richie Kamuca, Charlie Kennedy, Mel Lewis, Joe Maini, Pat Moran, Jack Niwithz, Bill Perkins, Al Porcino, Ray Triscari, Stu Williamson, 1961
  • The Dream Band, Vol. 5: Big Cat, 1961
  • The Exciting Terry Gibbs Band with Conte Candoli, Buddy Clark, Bob Edmondson, Vern Friley, Frank Higgins, Richie Kamuca, Charlie Kennedy, Mel Lewis, Joe Maini, Pat Moran, Jack Niwithz, Bill Perkins, Al Porcino, Frank Rosolino, Ray Triscari, Stu Williamson, 1961
  • That Swing Thing, 1961
  • Straight Ahead, 1962
  • Explosion [live] with Conte Candoli, Bob Edmondson, Vern Friley, Frank Huggins, Richie Kamuca, Charlie Kennedy, Mel Lewis, Joe Maini, Pat Moran, Jack Niwithz, Bill Perkins, Al Porcino, Frank Rosolino, Ray Triscari, Stu Williamson, 1962
  • Terry Gibbs Plays Jewish Melodies in Jazztime with Alice Coltrane, Al Logan, Herman Wright, 1963
  • El Nutto, 1963
  • Gibbs/Nistico, 1963
  • Hootenanny My Way with Jimmy Raney, 1963
  • Take It from Me with Kenny Burrell, Louis Hayes, Sam Jones, 1964
  • Latino, 1964
  • It's Time We Met with Jake Hanna, Sal Nistico, Nat Pierce, Turk VanLake, 1965
  • Terry Gibbs Quartet with Steve Allen, Hal Blaine, Frank DeVito, Jim Horn, Larry Knechtel, Donald Peake, Don Rader, 1965
  • Reza, 1966
  • Bopstacle Course (1974; Xanadu Records)
  • Sessions, Live: Terry Gibbs, Pete Jolly and Red Norvo, 1976
  • Live at the Lord, 1978
  • Smoke 'em Up, 1978
  • Air Mail Special with Frank Collett, Buddy DeFranco, Andy Simpkins, Jimmie Swithh, 1981
  • Jazz Party: First Time Together with Buddy DeFranco, 1981, Palo Alto Records
  • The Latin Connection with Sonny Bravo, Jose Madera, Frank Morgan, Tito Puente, Bobby Rodriguez, Orestes Vilato, 1986
  • Chicago Fire [live] with John Campbell, Todd Coolman, Buddy DeFranco, Gerry Gibbs, 1987
  • Holiday for Swing, 1987
  • Kings of Swing [live] with Buddy DeFranco, Herb Ellis, Milt Hinton, Butch Miles, Larry Novak, 1991
  • Tribute to Benny Goodman: Memories of You with Buddy DeFranco, Herb Ellis, Milt Hinton, Butch Miles, Larry Novak, 1991
  • Big Cat 5, 1991
  • Play That Song: Live at the 1994 Floating Festival with Uri Caine, Gerry Gibbs, Boris Koslov, 1994
  • Wham with Buddy DeFranco, Gerry Gibbs, Aaron Goldberg, Darek Oleszkiewicz, Flip Phillips, 1999
  • Plays Steve Allen with Dave Carpenter, Buddy DeFranco, Gerry Gibbs, Tom Ranier, 1999
  • Dream Band, Vol. 6: One More Time with Benny Aronov, John Audino, Max Bennett, Bob Burgess, Joe Cadena, Conte Candoli, Buddy Clark, Bob Enevoldsen, Med Flory, Vern Friley, Bill Holman, Pete Jolly, Lee Katzman, Charlie Kennedy, Irene Kral, Lou Levy, Mel Lewis, Joe Maini, Bill Perkins, Al Porcino, Jack Schwartz, Bill Smiley, Ray Triscari, Stu Williamson, 2002
  • From Me to You: A Tribute to Lionel Hampton with Dave Carpenter, Pete Christlieb, Joey DeFrancesco, Jeff Hamilton, Mike Melvoin, Barbara Morrison, Franz Pusch, Anthony Wilson, 2003
  • 52nd & Broadway: Songs of the Bebop Era with Karen Elaine Bakunin, Dave Carpenter, Alexis Carreon, Ted Falcon, Ludvig Girdland, Terence Glenny, Jeff Hamilton, Gerardo Hilera, Norm Hughes, Victor Lawrence, Alan Mautner, Joe Meyer, Sam Most, Don Palmer, Nicholas Payton, Tom Ranier, James V. Ross, Harry Scorzo, Howie Shear, Kurt Snyder, Jean Sudbury, Francine Walsh, 2004
  • Feelin' Good: Live in Studio with Eric Alexander, Ray Armando, Joey DeFrancesco, Dan Faehnle, Gerry Gibbs, 2005
  • Findin' the Groove, 2006

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