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Hadley Caliman, born January 12, 1932,[1] is a bebop saxophone and flute player.

After studying at the Jefferson High School with trumpeter Art Farmer and fellow saxophonist Dexter Gordon,[2] Caliman has performed or recorded with Carlos Santana,[2] Joe Henderson, Earl Hines, Freddie Hubbard,[3] Jon Hendricks,[1] Earl Anderza,[4] Patrice Rushen[5] and several other jazz notables.

In the late 60s he was briefly a member of a jazz-rock fusion group led by Ray Draper. He recorded his first solo album in 1971.

As of 2009, Caliman was still active leading a quartet and quintet in the Seattle area.[6]

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