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MUSICIANS
QUARTET
MEMBER
HIGGINS
STAN GETZ
BASS
HANK JONES
DRUMS
JACK DEJOHNETTE
CHARLES MINGUS
BASSISTS
CARLA BLEY
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PAT METHENY
ORNETTE COLEMAN
DON CHERRY
BILLY HIGGINS
PAUL MOTIAN
DEWEY REDMAN
ED BLACKWELL
CHARLIE HADEN
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Musicians

  1. Of course, it includes a great lineup of other musicians: bassist Charlie Haden, drummer Jack DeJohnette, and saxophonists Dewey Redman and Mike Brecker.

Quartet

  1. The word before the curtain rose was that she would perform in a quartet with Mr. Coltrane, the bassist Charlie Haden and the drummer Jack DeJohnette. (Web site)

Member

  1. As a member of saxophonist Ornette Coleman's early bands, bassist Charlie Haden became known as one of free jazz's founding fathers.

Higgins

  1. Coleman encountered double bassist Charlie Haden - perhaps his most important collaborator - and formed a regular group with him, Cherry, and Higgins. (Web site)

Stan Getz

  1. Here are some artists that played a lot of solos that meet these requirements: Chet Baker, Davis, Stan Getz, Red Garland, Charlie Haden.

Bass

  1. Solos on this number are by Ray Anderson (trombone), Branford Marsalis (sax), Charlie Haden (bass) and Ms. Myers is on vocals.

Hank Jones

  1. Most of those were straight ahead affairs with the likes of Stan Getz, Hank Jones, Charlie Haden and co. (Web site)

Drums

  1. Wanton Spirit further establishes him as a leader and teams him with bebop legend Roy Haynes on drums and Charlie Haden on bass. (Web site)

Jack Dejohnette

  1. Prior to this exclusive signing, TKA has booked Ravi as a member of the Alice Coltrane Quartet with Jack DeJohnette and Charlie Haden. (Web site)

Charles Mingus

  1. With the exception of Charles Mingus, Charlie Haden is perhaps the most important post-bop jazz bassist.

Bassists

  1. It is concentrated palying that deftly avoids the equally innovative use of rhythm by bassists like Charlie Haden, Scott La Faro or Jimmy Garrison. (Web site)

Carla Bley

  1. He has played with Charlie Haden, Milton Nascimento, and Carla Bley to name a few. (Web site)

Music

  1. In 2005 she arranged the music for and performed on Charlie Haden 's latest Liberation Music Orchestra tour and recording, Not in Our Name. (Web site)

Pat Metheny

  1. 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. (Web site)

Ornette Coleman

  1. Charlie Haden, best known for his work with Ornette Coleman, defined the role of the bass in Free Jazz. (Web site)
  2. Josh Haden (born 1968 in New York City) is the son of free jazz bassist Charlie Haden, famous for his jazz career with Ornette Coleman. (Web site)

Don Cherry

  1. He got together with musicians such as Don Cherry and Charlie Haden who understood what he was trying to do. (Web site)

Billy Higgins

  1. Don Cherry is the trumpeter, Charlie Haden the bassist, Billy Higgins the drummer.
  2. That fall saw the release of Wish, where Joshua was joined by the all-star cast of Pat Metheny, Charlie Haden and Billy Higgins. (Web site)

Paul Motian

  1. In 1988 came perhaps her first mature group statement, Etude, a cooperative trio effort with Charlie Haden and Paul Motian. (Web site)
  2. Jarrett also started to record as a leader at this time, in a trio with Charlie Haden and Paul Motian. (Web site)
  3. He soon led his own trio with Charlie Haden and Paul Motian (which in 1972 expanded to a quartet with the addition of tenor saxophonist Dewey Redman).

Dewey Redman

  1. Echoes of Keith Jarrett circa the mid 1970s and his band with Charlie Haden, Dewey Redman, and Paul Motian reverberate throughout her ECM debut. (Web site)
  2. He later collaborated with pianist Paul Bley and was part of the so-called Keith Jarrett "American" Quartet with Dewey Redman and Charlie Haden. (Web site)
  3. In 1976 he co-founded Old and New Dreams with former Coleman bandmates Cherry and bassist Charlie Haden, as well as Dewey Redman on saxophone. (Web site)

Ed Blackwell

  1. Most of Coleman's landmark free jazz albums of the '60s featured his legendary quartet: Charlie Haden, Ed Blackwell and Don Cherry. (Web site)

Charlie Haden

  1. On the Atlantic recordings, Scott LaFaro sometimes replaces Charlie Haden on double bass and either Billy Higgins or Ed Blackwell features on drums. (Web site)
  2. In the right speaker, we have Eric Dolphy (bass clarinet), Freddie Hubbard (trumpet), Charlie Haden (bass), and Ed Blackwell (drums).
  3. He formed a new quartet with Charlie Haden, Ed Blackwell (who had played with Ornette Coleman as well) and Dewey Redman.

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