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- Dave Holland (born October 1, 1946) is a jazz bassist and composer who is a significant representator of avant-garde jazz.
- Dave Holland is a highly skilled performer, composer, and educator.
- Dave Holland is a highly charged educator, versatile performer, and founder of Beatin' Path Drum Circles.
- Dave Holland is a fluid composer; the potency of his melodies are the essence of his being, and it's all on the page.
- Dave Holland is a key figure in international jazz.
- 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.
- He is currently touring with pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Dave Holland, and drummer Brian Blade.
- In earlier years, the orchestra often performed pieces by guest composers such as Julius Hemphill, Henry Threadgill, Dave Holland, and Maria Schneider.
- Like his brother Robin Eubanks, a jazz trombonist, he has played on record with Dave Holland.
- Braxton - Well, my first exposure to the British musicians who came around the same time period as myself was through Dave Holland.
- Big band. Bassist Dave Holland is a musician who transcends all categories.
- Several highly influential figures appeared, like Ron Carter and Dave Holland along with many others.
- Both times I caught the show, the highlight was a long central section featuring solos by bassist Dave Holland and Hancock on acoustic piano.
- His playing on this trio set with bassist Dave Holland and drummer Jack DeJohnette is really beyond any simple categorization.
- By the final sessions for Filles de Kilimanjaro in September 1968, Hancock had been replaced by Chick Corea and Carter by Dave Holland.
- 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.
- 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).
- 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.
- Dave Holland does it again, giving us a wonderful, richly creative album with a slightly different slant, but still definitively Holland.
- 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.
- Dave Holland deserves all the credit for putting together a Big Band that is capable of taking his music to new heights.
- Dave Holland and Al Foster had, as the liner notes said, played together not long prior to recording this album, and it shows.
- Circle was a free jazz ensemble that included Dave Holland on bass.
- 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.
- 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.
- The quintet has also recorded as the Dave Holland Big Band, augmented by eight brass and saxophone players.
- A 1971 record with Dave Holland, Music from Two Basses, was probably the first record of bass duets.
- The first record with the open improvising that is characteristic of that group, well, Dave Holland, Kenny Wheeler, Derek Bailey, myself, and John Stevens.
- 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.
- A studio version was released on Metheny's 1990 trio album, "Question And Answer" (Dave Holland, bass, and Roy Haynes, drums).
- Chick Corea lived on the 1st floor, Dave Holland on the 2nd and Dave Liebman on the 3rd.
- Instead, this quartet which includes John Scofield, Joe Lovano, Dave Holland, and Al Foster is a lesson in musical chemistry.
- Al Foster on drums, Joe Lovano on sax and Dave Holland on bass.
- A bird told me that John Scofield would be touring with old friend and bandmate, Joe Lovano, Al Foster, and Dave Holland.
- Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland and Brian Blade collaborated to bring back some of the glories of jazz at Carnegie Hall on Friday.
- The keyboards of Corea and Zawinul create a haunting, riffing groove echoed and accented by the two basses of Harvey Brooks and Dave Holland.
- Further associations included playing with Circle, led by Chick Corea and the group included Dave Holland and Anthony Braxton.
- Bassist and composer Dave Holland has a long and illustrious career.
- Dave Holland (born October 1, 1946) is a British jazz bassist and composer who is a significant representator of avant-garde jazz.
- Dave Holland (born October 1, 1946) is a British jazz bassist and composer who is a significant representative of avant-garde jazz.
- CD, 2CD live release features Pat Metheny on guitar, Herbie Hancock on keys, Jack DeJohnette on drums & Dave Holland on bass.
- 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.
- Dave Holland has had a spectacular career as a jazz bassist and composer.
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