Sheldon Manne (June 11, 1920 – September 26, 1984), professionally known as Shelly Manne, was an American jazz drummer. Most frequently associated with West Coast jazz, he was known for his versatility and also played in a number of other styles, including Dixieland, swing, bebop, avant-garde jazz and fusion, as well as contributing to the musical background of hundreds of Hollywood films and television programs.
Bass – George Duvivier Drums – Shelly Manne Piano – Hank Jones. Lobster Kikaku – LDC-1017 (Japan). Side A: Direct to Disc at Pioneer Studio, 17th April 1979 Side B: Digital recording at Yubin Chokin Hall, 20th April 1979. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. In Japan Jazz Alliance.
We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Hamilton was the drummer – ordinarily an odd choice to lead this kind of group, but Hamilton was probably the most musical drummer in jazz, equal to his contemporary, Shelly Manne, in subtlety and finesse, but tempered by his seven years with singer Lena Horne into a greater musical sensitivity. A west coast jazz deejay, Sleepy Stein, said of Hamilton, this man plays music, not drums.
Jones thad deus joseph (tr). Copenhagen, Danimarca. Fratello di Hank e Elvin, trombettista autodidatta sin dall’età di tredici anni. Nel 1939 insieme a Hank ha suonato nell’Arcadia Club Band, di cui suo zio William era il direttore. Thad Jones (tr) Barry Harris (p) Percy Heath (b) Max Roach (dr). I’ve Got A Crush On You. (Blue Note 1546). In seguito ha inciso con Horace Silver l’album Jazz Has a Sense of Humor (Impulse!) e con Roy Hargrove Moment To Moment e Hard Groove (Verve) oltre a Here (Max Jazz) di Eric Reed. Dal 1998 è un componente del Roy Hargrove Quintet. Jones ha inoltre realizzato due dischi come leader, nel 2000 Vol . traight Swingin' (WJ3) e nel 2002 Vol I. on’t Knock The Swing.
Trumpeter Roy Eldridge performs three numbers with pianist Tommy Flanagan, Mingus and drummer Jo Jones; of greatest interest is "Mysterious Blues" for it adds trombonist Jimmy Knepper and the unique altoist Eric Dolphy successfully to the group. The other selections match up drummers Max Roach and Jo Jones with Roach's quintet (featuring trumpeter Booker Little) on "Cliff Walk" and feature singer Abbey Lincoln on "Tain't Nobody's Bizness If I D. Track Listing.
Clifford Brown & Max Roach Quintet Study in Brown (Max Roach, 1955). From Modern Drummer’s December 2007 tribute issue to Max Roach: Although his earlier work with Charlie Parker established him as a major force of drumming innovation, it wasn’t until Max teamed up with rising trumpeter Clifford Brown that his true genius took hold. This album contains the track ‘Un Poco Loco,’ which features a drum solo that’s amazing for a couple reasons, Paul Wells explains. Shelly has a tambourine on the head of the floor tom, he has a brush in his right hand and nothing in his left hand, and his snares are off. So the sounds are completely unique. Also check out: Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Band Presenting Joe Williams (1966). 24. Ornette Coleman This Is Our Music (Ed Blackwell, 1961).
|A1||–Shelly Manne||Take The "A" Train|
|A4||–Elvin Jones||Dear John C.|
|B1||–Max Roach||It's Time|
|B2||–Max Roach||Another Valley|
|B3||–Max Roach||Living Room|