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Definitions

  1. Dave Holland (born October 1, 1946) is a jazz bassist and composer who is a significant representator of avant-garde jazz.
  2. Dave Holland is a highly skilled performer, composer, and educator.
  3. Dave Holland is a highly charged educator, versatile performer, and founder of Beatin' Path Drum Circles.
  4. Dave Holland is a fluid composer; the potency of his melodies are the essence of his being, and it's all on the page. (Web site)
  5. Dave Holland is a key figure in international jazz.

Instrument

  1. Following in the tradition of Dave Holland and Charlie Haden, it is hard to find a more focused master of his instrument than Joe Fonda.

Bassist

  1. He is currently touring with pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Dave Holland, and drummer Brian Blade. (Web site)

Earlier Years

  1. In earlier years, the orchestra often performed pieces by guest composers such as Julius Hemphill, Henry Threadgill, Dave Holland, and Maria Schneider. (Web site)

Jazz Trombonist

  1. Like his brother Robin Eubanks, a jazz trombonist, he has played on record with Dave Holland.

First Exposure

  1. Braxton - Well, my first exposure to the British musicians who came around the same time period as myself was through Dave Holland. (Web site)

Big Band

  1. Big band. Bassist Dave Holland is a musician who transcends all categories.

Ron Carter

  1. Several highly influential figures appeared, like Ron Carter and Dave Holland along with many others. (Web site)

Hancock

  1. Both times I caught the show, the highlight was a long central section featuring solos by bassist Dave Holland and Hancock on acoustic piano.

Playing

  1. His playing on this trio set with bassist Dave Holland and drummer Jack DeJohnette is really beyond any simple categorization.

Chick Corea

  1. By the final sessions for Filles de Kilimanjaro in September 1968, Hancock had been replaced by Chick Corea and Carter by Dave Holland. (Web site)

Judas Priest

  1. His big career move came about late in the decade as Judas Priest 's long time drummer, Dave Holland exited the band, citing personal reasons. (Web site)

Jazz

  1. On this album he is joined by two near- legends in jazz: John Surman (on bass clarinet and soprano sax) and Dave Holland (on double-bass). (Web site)
  2. For the past half decade or so, saxophonist Chris Potter has alternately traveled with two of the best bandleaders in jazz, Dave Holland and Dave Douglas. (Web site)

Holland

  1. Dave Holland does it again, giving us a wonderful, richly creative album with a slightly different slant, but still definitively Holland. (Web site)

Late Sixties

  1. In the late sixties he worked with Pete La Roca, Chick Corea, Dave Holland and Steve Swallow, amongst others, before joining Elvin Jones 's band.

Music

  1. Dave Holland deserves all the credit for putting together a Big Band that is capable of taking his music to new heights. (Web site)

Foster

  1. Dave Holland and Al Foster had, as the liner notes said, played together not long prior to recording this album, and it shows. (Web site)

Bass

  1. Circle was a free jazz ensemble that included Dave Holland on bass. (Web site)

Quintet

  1. Read more Published on February 27, 2003 Dave Holland still on top This album is as good as the previous recordings from the Dave Holland Quintet.
  2. Whether fronting a quintet, a big band, a trio, or an octet, Dave Holland is a bandleader and bassist extraordinaire who covers the full spectrum of jazz.
  3. The quintet has also recorded as the Dave Holland Big Band, augmented by eight brass and saxophone players.

First Record

  1. A 1971 record with Dave Holland, Music from Two Basses, was probably the first record of bass duets.
  2. The first record with the open improvising that is characteristic of that group, well, Dave Holland, Kenny Wheeler, Derek Bailey, myself, and John Stevens. (Web site)

Drums

  1. He also participated in 1998's Like Minds, which features Gary Burton on vibes, Pat Metheny on guitar, Dave Holland on bass and Roy Haynes on drums.
  2. A studio version was released on Metheny's 1990 trio album, "Question And Answer" (Dave Holland, bass, and Roy Haynes, drums).

Dave Liebman

  1. Chick Corea lived on the 1st floor, Dave Holland on the 2nd and Dave Liebman on the 3rd.

Joe Lovano

  1. Instead, this quartet which includes John Scofield, Joe Lovano, Dave Holland, and Al Foster is a lesson in musical chemistry.
  2. Al Foster on drums, Joe Lovano on sax and Dave Holland on bass.
  3. A bird told me that John Scofield would be touring with old friend and bandmate, Joe Lovano, Al Foster, and Dave Holland.

Herbie Hancock

  1. Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland and Brian Blade collaborated to bring back some of the glories of jazz at Carnegie Hall on Friday.

Corea

  1. The keyboards of Corea and Zawinul create a haunting, riffing groove echoed and accented by the two basses of Harvey Brooks and Dave Holland.

Anthony Braxton

  1. Further associations included playing with Circle, led by Chick Corea and the group included Dave Holland and Anthony Braxton.

Composer

  1. Bassist and composer Dave Holland has a long and illustrious career. (Web site)
  2. Dave Holland (born October 1, 1946) is a British jazz bassist and composer who is a significant representator of avant-garde jazz.
  3. Dave Holland (born October 1, 1946) is a British jazz bassist and composer who is a significant representative of avant-garde jazz.

Dave Holland

  1. CD, 2CD live release features Pat Metheny on guitar, Herbie Hancock on keys, Jack DeJohnette on drums & Dave Holland on bass.
  2. When he left Davis, Corea at first chose to play avant-garde acoustic jazz in Circle, a quartet with Anthony Braxton, Dave Holland, and Barry Altschul. (Web site)
  3. Dave Holland has had a spectacular career as a jazz bassist and composer.

Categories

  1. Jazz Bassist
  2. Saxophones > Saxophonists > Jazz Saxophonists > Anthony Braxton
  3. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Herbie Hancock
  4. Music > Musical Compositions > Albums > Joe Lovano
  5. Corea
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