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GREAT JAZZ TRIO
JAPAN
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MASTERS
WILLIAMS
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BRANFORD MARSALIS
YOUNG PIANIST
ELECTRIC BASS
PIANIST
BASSIST RON CARTER
HUBERT LAWS
NUMEROUS RECORDINGS
LEWIS NASH
TEACHING DUTIES
GEORGE COLEMAN
RHYTHM SECTION
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HANK JONES
MUSIC
BILL FRISELL
JACK DEJOHNETTE
MILES DAVIS
BASS
DRUMS
BILL EVANS
JIM HALL
FREDDIE HUBBARD
WAYNE SHORTER
HERBIE HANCOCK
TONY WILLIAMS
RON CARTER
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Definitions

  1. Ron Carter is a pipe smoker and has been featured in a few advertisements for tobacco pipes, clothing lines, and basses.
  2. Ron Carter is a pipe smoker and has featured in adverts for smoking pipes as well as clothing lines and basses.
  3. Ron Carter is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music.
  4. Ron Carter (born May 4, 1937) is an American jazz double-bassist. (Web site)
  5. Ron Carter is a master at the jazz bass and gives you all the help you need in this excellent book and CD package. (Web site)

Great Jazz Trio

  1. He teamed with the bassist Ron Carter and the drummer Tony Williams, alumni of the Miles Davis Quintet, to form the Great Jazz Trio in 1976. (Web site)

Japan

  1. He toured with Tony Williams and Ron Carter in 1981, recording Herbie Hancock Trio, a five-track live album released only in Japan.

Strong

  1. Ron Carter provides a strong, flexible anchor.

Masters

  1. Upright jazz bassists such as Scott LaFaro and Ron Carter are masters of improvisational accompaniment, a concept you apply in many musical situations. (Web site)

Williams

  1. First came bassist Ron Carter, followed by teenage drum prodigy Tony Williams, who first played with Miles when Williams was just 17 years old. (Web site)

Advertisements

  1. Ron Carter appears in the advertisements for a Tully's chilled coffee beverage in Japan.

Branford Marsalis

  1. He has toured and recorded extensively with many top jazz artists, including Branford Marsalis, Buster Williams, Dave Grusin and Ron Carter.

Young Pianist

  1. This young pianist studied with some of the masters, including Ron Carter, Clark Terry, Barry Harris and Jackie McLean. (Web site)

Electric Bass

  1. He has said his early influences included Ray Brown and Ron Carter on upright bass; and James Jamerson, Paul McCartney and Chuck Rainey on electric bass.

Pianist

  1. The pianist earned much of his acclaim via collaborations with groups and has worked with bassists Charlie Haden, Ron Carter and saxophonist Joe Lovano.
  2. For this release, the pianist is teamed with tenor-saxophonist Joe Henderson, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Elvin Jones for five of his originals.

Bassist Ron Carter

  1. Produced and arranged by Randy, the album featured saxophonist Joe Henderson, bassist Ron Carter, drummer Al Foster and a young pianist named Dave Kikosky. (Web site)
  2. Along with Miles on trumpet, tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Tony Williams are heard on this album.
  3. He quickly got to work putting together a new group, including tenor saxophonist George Coleman and bassist Ron Carter. (Web site)

Hubert Laws

  1. Hubert Laws plays the melody, with Eric Gale (using the wah-wah pedal) and Ron Carter (on the piccolo bass) taking the solo spots.
  2. Jobim's still hanging out with the in-studio jazz crowd -- bassist Ron Carter, trombonist Urbie Green, Hubert Laws and others. (Web site)

Numerous Recordings

  1. He appeared on numerous recordings with the likes of George Shearing, Ron Carter, Philly Joe Jones, Wynton Kelly, and also his own brothers.

Lewis Nash

  1. Ron Carter and Lewis Nash do a master's job in understating the rhythm behind Horace's driving comping and solo work.

Teaching Duties

  1. In 2002, John began teaching at The City College of New York upon the retirement of Ron Carter from his teaching duties there.

George Coleman

  1. It was great to play with these guys Ron Carter, who I love, George Coleman, whos an incredible player and Jimmy Cobb.

Rhythm Section

  1. His first album as a leader featured the rhythm section from Miles Davis' great mid-'60s band—Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams—as sidemen. (Web site)

Bassists

  1. At Blue Note in the 1960's, "stock rhythm" meant bassists and drummers such as Ron Carter, Joe Chambers and Billy Higgins.

Piano

  1. The rhythm section Davis organized was young but effective, comprising bassist Ron Carter, seventeen year old drummer Tony Williams, and Hancock on piano. (Web site)

Hank Jones

  1. In the mid to late 1970s, Williams recorded with Hank Jones and Ron Carter for a two-volume collection entitled The Great Jazz Trio at the Village Vanguard.

Music

  1. Ron Carter and Al Foster have made numerous recordings with Horace Silver and know his music well. (Web site)

Bill Frisell

  1. The project featuresBaron's southern r&b-flavored original songs played by an all star band of Ron Carter, Arthur Blythe and Bill Frisell.

Jack Dejohnette

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

Miles Davis

  1. En 1964, il intègre le nouveau quintette de Miles Davis (trompette) avec Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (basse) et Tony Williams (batterie). (Web site)
  2. Shorter then joined Miles Davis 's remarkable mid-1960s group, which included Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter (b. (Web site)

Bass

  1. Jimmy has just completed a "Four Generations of Miles" album with guitarist, Mike Stern, Ron Carter (bass), and George Coleman (tenor) for Chesky records. (Web site)

Drums

  1. The rhythm section includes Jaki Byard on piano, Ron Carter on bass and Roy Haynes on drums. (Web site)
  2. The rest of the group has, none other than, Ron Carter on bass and Lewis Nash on drums.

Bill Evans

  1. His live and recorded collaborations with Bill Evans, Paul Desmond, and Ron Carter, are legendary. (Web site)

Jim Hall

  1. In the 1960s, guitarists tended to play in small groups, such as Jim Hall, who did his best work in duos with Bill Evans, Ron Carter and others.

Freddie Hubbard

  1. As a pianist, he has toured and recorded with the likes of Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Tom Harrell, Ron Carter and Kenny Garrett. (Web site)

Wayne Shorter

  1. By age 12, Ben had received one-on-one instructions from the great Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter and others.

Herbie Hancock

  1. This ensemble (Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, Ron Carter and Miles) is not well-represented from live shows on disc.
  2. Miles starts his second quintet-- Tony Williams on drums, Wayne Shorter on Sax, Herbie Hancock on keys, Ron Carter on bass.
  3. Herbie Hancock on fender rhodes,Ron Carter on electric & acoustic bass,Lenny White on drums & Joe Henderson on tenor sax & alto flute.

Tony Williams

  1. George Coleman on saxophone and Freddie Hubbard on trumpet were great choices, while Tony Williams on drums and Ron Carter on bass were obvious choices.
  2. The June sessions featured Wayne Shorter on saxophone, Herbie Hancock on the electric Rhodes piano, Ron Carter on electric bass, and Tony Williams on drums. (Web site)
  3. This recording features the original Great Jazz Trio dream team of Hank Jones on piano, Ron Carter on bass and Tony Williams on drums.

Ron Carter

  1. The band includes Freddie on trumpet with Hancock (piano), George Coleman (tenor sax), Ron Carter (bass), and Tony Williams (drums).
  2. That group eventually included Ron Carter on bass, Tony Williams on drums and Wayne Shorter on saxophone along with Hancock and the leader, Miles Davis. (Web site)
  3. The fourth important Miles group of this period included Wayne Shorter on saxophone, Herbie Hancock on piano, Ron Carter on bass, and Tony Williams on drums. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Tony Williams
  2. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Herbie Hancock
  3. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Wayne Shorter
  4. Jim Hall
  5. Freddie Hubbard
  6. Books about "Ron Carter" in Amazon.com

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