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Definitions

  1. Billy Higgins was an American jazz drummer.

Piano

  1. Lamont Johnson (piano), Scott Holt (contrabaixo) e Billy Higgins (bateria) fazem o pleno da secção rítmica.
  2. The session also featured trumpet er Don Cherry, drummer Billy Higgins, bassist Don Payne and Walter Norris on piano.

Jazz Music

  1. Dedicated to drummers Eddie Blackwell and Billy Higgins for their contribution to jazz music.

Walton

  1. Walton is a classic old-school player and has worked with everyone from John Coltrane to Billy Higgins to Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers.

Playing

  1. You should have heard the night Ed Blackwell came into Bradley's and sat behind Billy Higgins while he was playing with Hank Jones and Ray Drummond.
  2. Berg remained with Walton for five years, playing alongside the legendary rhythm section of bassist Sam Jones and drummer Billy Higgins.

Jazz Drummers

  1. A profile of Billy Higgins, one of the most recorded jazz drummers in history.

Haden

  1. In 1959, Haden he teamed with Ornette Coleman to form the saxophonist's pioneering quartet (alongside trumpeter Don Cherry and drummer Billy Higgins).

Rhythm Section

  1. In the rhythm section, Haden and Billy Higgins both could play with a classic jazz feel, but they also could experiment.

Pretty High

  1. Billy Higgins would be pretty high on my list, top 5 definetely; maybe Gene Krupa would be on it.

Art Blakey

  1. He was a big influence as well as Art Blakey, and more so than anybody, Billy Higgins.

Joshua Redman

  1. Before he was eighteen, Ambrose had already performed with such famed musicians as Joe Henderson, Joshua Redman, Steve Coleman, and Billy Higgins.

Greatest Drummers

  1. Billy Higgins will always be ranked high on any list of the greatest drummers in jazz.

Years Back

  1. Played with him and Billy Higgins in LA a few years back.

Ron Carter

  1. At Blue Note in the 1960's, "stock rhythm" meant bassists and drummers such as Ron Carter, Joe Chambers and Billy Higgins.
  2. The shining example of this is the trio of Cedar Walton, Ron Carter, and Billy Higgins.

Roy Haynes

  1. Eric McPherson's drums are brilliantly tuned: snare and toms like Roy Haynes, cymbals like Billy Higgins, bass drum like Peter Gabriel(!) - it's wonderful.

Charlie Haden

  1. That fall saw the release of Wish, where Joshua was joined by the all-star cast of Pat Metheny, Charlie Haden and Billy Higgins.
  2. Don Cherry is the trumpeter, Charlie Haden the bassist, Billy Higgins the drummer.
  3. That same year saw the release of Wish, where Redman was joined by an all-star supporting cast of Pat Metheny, Charlie Haden and the late Billy Higgins.

Billy Higgins

  1. On the Atlantic recordings, Scott LaFaro sometimes replaces Charlie Haden on double bass and either Billy Higgins or Ed Blackwell features on drums.
  2. In the left speaker is a quartet featuring Ornette (alto sax), Don Cherry (trumpet), Scott LaFaro (bass), and Billy Higgins (drums).
  3. Land is supported by a stellar group of musicians: Bill Henderson on piano, James Leary on bass, Billy Higgins on drums, and Alan Pasqua on synthesizer.

Categories

  1. Charlie Haden
  2. Don Cherry
  3. Musicians > Drummers > Jazz Drummers > Roy Haynes
  4. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Ron Carter
  5. Years Back
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