David Gilmore
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"David Gilmore" is an American session musician/session jazz guitarist.

Gilmore studied at New York University with Joe Lovano and Jim McNeely. In 1987 he began working professionally with the "M-Base Collective" and Ronald Shannon Jackson. In the 1990s he was a member of a jazz fusion band called Lost Tribe and has also appeared with Me'shell N'Degeocello, Monday Michiru and Tom Lang. He appeared on records by Steve Coleman, Cassandra Wilson, Michael Kamen, Steve Williamson, Elton John, M-Base Collective, Strata Institute, Lonnie Plaxico, Don Byron as well as Sun Ra/Sun Ra & His Intergalactic Arkestra.

In 1995, he became a member of Wayne Shorter's band. Together with his brother Marque Gilmore, Matt Garrison and Aref Durvesh, he founded Kindred Spirits' CD Ritualism in 2001. Together with Christian McBride, Jeff "Tain" Watts and Ravi Coltrane he recorded Unified Presence. Recorded in 2004–2005, the album received critical acclaim upon its release in 2006. Gilmore was the sole composer on all but one song, and also served as the Record producer/producer of the album.

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