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INVENTIVE JAZZ PERCUSSIONISTS EXTANT
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AUGUST 1942
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BILLY COBHAM
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JACK DEJOHNETTE
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  1. Jack DeJohnette is a master on the drums.
  2. Jack DeJohnette is considered one of the finest jazz drummers ever. (Web site)
  3. Jack DeJohnette is considered one of the US's greatest living jazz drummers.
  4. Jack DeJohnette was in that band.

Inventive Jazz Percussionists Extant

  1. At his best, Jack DeJohnette is one of the most consistently inventive jazz percussionists extant.

Member

  1. He remained a member of this group for the rest of his life, and was also a member of Jack DeJohnette 's New Directions quartet. (Web site)

Piano

  1. Unity finds Watts among his favorite players; Jack DeJohnette (drums), Geri Allen (piano), with bass duties shared by Eddie Gomez and Steve Swallow.

Chicago

  1. Born in Chicago in 1942, Jack DeJohnette began formal piano training at age four. (Web site)

Davis

  1. Davis hired Foster on the spot as a replacement for Jack DeJohnette, who was then departing the ever-enlarging Davis group of that period. (Web site)

Jazz History

  1. Jack DeJohnette has collaborated with most major figures in jazz history. (Web site)

Peacock

  1. Since the 1980s, Peacock has been adding contemporary twists to old standards with pianist Keith Jarrett's trio including Jack DeJohnette on drums.

Cd Player

  1. Bruce Hornsby’s jazz debut, Camp Meeting with Jack DeJohnette and Christian McBride, had a lot of staying power in the CD player. (Web site)

Soloing

  1. Jack Dejohnette and Eddie Gomez have their share of soloing also. (Web site)

Drummer

  1. The pianist's trio included drummer Jack DeJohnette who recalls Davis being eager to get Holland a ticket to New York.
  2. A composer, a keyboardist, a drummer, and a musical visionary, Jack DeJohnette is truly a 'modern drummer'. (Web site)

August 1942

  1. Jack DeJohnette (born 9 August 1942)[ 1] is an American jazz drummer, pianist, and composer. (Web site)

Alice Coltrane

  1. A tribute to Alice Coltrane, led by her son Ravi, will feature jazz giants Charlie Haden, Jack DeJohnette, and Detroit's own Geri Allen. (Web site)

Jack

  1. The former features exciting performances by Jack and his band mates: Randy Brecker, Eddie Gomez and Jack DeJohnette. (Web site)

John Abercrombie

  1. Holland also played in Rivers' and Braxton's groups in the 70s, as well as in the occasional trio Gateway (with John Abercrombie and Jack DeJohnette).
  2. John Abercrombie had a futuristic-sounding organ trio with Jan Hammer on Hammond and Moog bass, and Jack Dejohnette on drums.

Studio Recordings

  1. The so-called "lost quintet" of Davis, Shorter, Corea, Holland and Jack DeJohnette was active in 1969 but never made any studio recordings as a quintet. (Web site)

Musicians

  1. Musicians who bring the work of jazz composers (Jack DeJohnette, Paul Motian, Paul Carman) into their own concept, or start from scratch. (Web site)
  2. Of course, it includes a great lineup of other musicians: bassist Charlie Haden, drummer Jack DeJohnette, and saxophonists Dewey Redman and Mike Brecker.

Great Drummer

  1. Jack DeJohnette is a great drummer. (Web site)

Album

  1. After the recording of this album, Tony Williams left to form his group Lifetime and was replaced by Jack DeJohnette. (Web site)
  2. The album featured world-class musicians, drummer Jack DeJohnette and bassist Eddie Gomez.

Duets

  1. Ruta & Daitya (1972), an album of duets with Jack DeJohnette, both fresh from Miles Davis' band and demonstrating his influence.

Ron Carter

  1. Beside some great improvising and some careful choices, Guitars also features the incomparable rhythm section of Jack DeJohnette and Ron Carter.

Roy Haynes

  1. Charts the history of Jazz Drumming throughout this period with enlightening commentary from Jack Dejohnette and Roy Haynes. (Web site)

Drummers

  1. As Jack DeJohnette says, It is definitely the time for drummers to make their contribution.
  2. Jack DeJohnette and the other drummers on this recording deserve a world of credit for their subtle, tugging playing. (Web site)

Drums

  1. It was recorded in August 2006 with Pat Metheny on guitar, John Patitucci on bass, Jack DeJohnette on drums and Herbie Hancock and Brad Mehldau on piano.
  2. CD, 2CD live release features Pat Metheny on guitar, Herbie Hancock on keys, Jack DeJohnette on drums & Dave Holland on bass.
  3. The well-integrated trio (Gary Peacock, bass; Jack DeJohnette, drums) plays three frequently performed tunes and three obscurities.

Billy Cobham

  1. Later John French, Billy Cobham, Lenny White and Jack Dejohnette were inspirational in fusion and more avant-garde styles of drumming.

Miles Davis

  1. Miles Davis on Al Foster: "I replaced Jack DeJohnette on the drums with Al Foster who I first heard at the cellar club on 95th street Manhattan. (Web site)

Keith Jarrett

  1. It would be a fool who protested the sublime trio music of Keith Jarrett with Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette, for example.
  2. I've personally been getting into Jack DeJohnette lately, especially his work with Chris Potter, but also on Keith Jarrett 's "Standards" albums. (Web site)
  3. Jack DeJohnette and Airto Moreira hold down the backbeat, shifting it into a multitude of forms; Keith Jarrett fills the down-tempo breaks admirably.

Jack Dejohnette

  1. Six months later, an even larger group of musicians, including Jack DeJohnette, Airto Moreira and Bennie Maupin, recorded Bitches Brew. (Web site)
  2. Six months later, an even larger group of musicians, including Jack DeJohnette, Airto Moreira and Bennie Maupin recorded the double LP Bitches Brew.
  3. Aside from his solo work he is known for his work with Billy Cobham, Jack DeJohnette, Michael Brecker and Randy Brecker. (Web site)

Categories

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  2. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Keith Jarrett
  3. Bitches Brew
  4. Music > Musicians > Drummers > Billy Cobham
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