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  • Akinot says:
    Kenny Clare was born in London at the end of the s, and took up the drums as a boy. His first professional engagement came at the age of 20, when he joined Oscar Rabin's dance band, a .
  • Fejin says:
    Kenny Clarke was a highly influential if subtle drummer who helped to define bebop drumming. He was the first to shift the time-keeping rhythm from the bass drum to the ride cymbal, an innovation that has been copied and utilized by a countless number of drummers since the early '40s.
  • Gasar says:
    Some of the earliest material ever recorded by the Modern Jazz Quartet – early 50s sides that were originally issued as 78rpm singles! Some of the material was first released under the name of the Milt Jackson Quartet – but featured the lineup of Jackson on vibes, John Lewis piano, LP, Vinyl .
  • Fenrilkree says:
    Milt Jackson 's third album for CTI – part of a wonderful run that really helped him redefine his sound in the 70s! The album's got the electric approach you'd expect from the label – a great change from the sound of Jackson in the Modern Jazz Quartet, and a surprisingly great setting for his wonderful work on vibes! Milt 's laidback style is perfect for the CTI mode – open, flowing, and.
  • Tazahn says:
    Interessant, daß diese Rhythmusgruppe (John Lewis - p, Percy Heath - b, Kenny Clarke - dr) exakt die des späteren Modern Jazz Quartets werden sollte. Die nächsten 6 Titel entstanden im Januar in New York, in einer etwas merkwürdigen Besetzung, mit Kenny Dorham (tp), Julius Watkins (frh), Milt Jackson (p,vib), Billy Mitchell (ts 4/5(1).
  • Brajar says:
    2 LP reissue of some of the great early Stan Getz sessions for Savoy, with lots of great players like Serge Chaloff, Allen Eager, and Brew Moore. There's loads of unissued tracks on here, and a lot of stuff that was only out on The notes are good, and this stuff is hard to find elsewhere. LP, Vinyl record album.
  • Tygogrel says:
    Original pressing, later reissued as Kenny Clarke - Telefunken Blues Tracks A1 to A4: Recorded September 25, in Hollywood, Calif. Tracks B1 to B4: Recorded February 7, in Hackensack, NJ.
  • Mauzshura says:
    Find Kenny Clarke credit information on AllMusic. A key influence on the rhythmic development of bebop, drummer played with icons in the s, formed legendary Modern Jazz Quartet.

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