Bernard "Buddy" Rich (September 30, 1917 – April 2, 1987) was an American jazz drummer and bandleader. He is considered one of the most influential drummers of all time and was known for his virtuoso technique, power, and speed. He performed with Tommy Dorsey, Harry James and Count Basie, and led a big band. Rich was born in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York, to Jewish-American parents Bess Skolnik and Robert Rich, both vaudevillians.
Milestones of a Jazz Legend - Buddy Rich, Vol. 5. Buddy Rich, Lionel Hampton, Harry Sweets Edison, Buddy Rich Art Tatum, Barney Kessel, Jimmy Rowles. Milestones of a Jazz Legend - Buddy Rich, Vol. 8. Buddy Rich (drs, Buddy Rich, Benny Golson (ts) Steve Perlow, perc) Harry "Sweets" Edison, Emmett Berry, Stan Fishelson. 10. Buddy Rich, Don Goldie, Gene Krupa, Sam Most, Wilbur Wynne, Al Stewart.
Rich and Famous (Buddy Rich album). Rich and Famous is a recording made by jazz drummer Buddy Rich released in 1983. Originally released by Amway in the US, it has since been re-issued under different titles by different labels (The Magic of Buddy Rich (HMC Records), Buddy Rich, The Man (Synergie OMP),. LP side A: "Red Snapper" (Bobby Shew) – 4:34. Time Will Tell" (Joe Roccisano) – 5:07. Ballad Of The Matador" (Frank Strazzeri) – 5:23. Dancing Man" (Pat LaBarbera) – 4:59.
Big Swing Face (Buddy Rich album). Big Swing Face is a 1967 live album and the second album by Buddy Rich and his 1960s big band. The Beat Goes On" is a feature for Rich's daughter Cathy, whose vocal performance was overdubbed later at United Recording in Hollywood. A reissue in 1996 doubles the listing with nine previously unreleased performances from the same engagement at the Chez Club in Hollywood.
Buddy Rich continued touring and performing until the end of his life. On April 2, 1987, he died of heart failure following surgery for a malignant brain tumor. He was interred in the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles. He was 69. Influences, technique, and performances. Buddy Rich performing at a concert in Cologne, Germany on March 3, 1977. On one album, 1955's The Lionel Hampton Art Tatum Buddy Rich Trio, Rich played with brushes almost exclusively throughout. In 1942, Rich and drum teacher Henry Adler co-authored the instructional book Buddy Rich's Modern Interpretation of Snare Drum Rudiments, regarded as one of the more popular snare-drum rudiment books. One of Adler's former students introduced Adler to Rich. Adler said, "The kid told me Buddy played better than Krupa.
Buddy Rich, Buddy Rich and His Orchestra, John Deflon, Wayne Naus, Jeff Stout, Bruce Paulson, Tony DiMaggio, John Leys, Brian A. Grivna, Jimmy Mosher, Pat LaBarbera, Don Englert, Joe Calo, Bob Dogan & Paul Kondziela. Buddy Rich, Pat LaBarbera, Don Englert, Joe Romano, Brian A. Grivna, Richard Centalonza, Lin Biviano, Wayne Naus, Greg Hopkins, John De Flon, Eric Culver, Alan Kaplan, William Reichenbach, Walt Namuth, Joel Di Bartolo & George McFetridge. 9. Space Shuttle (Short Version)
Buddy Rich (born September 30, 1917, Brooklyn, New York, USA - died April 2, 1987, Los Angeles, California, USA) was an American jazz drummer and band leader. He died of heart failure following surgery for a malignant brain tumor.
|A1||That's Rich, Man||5:26|
|A2||I've Heard That Song Before||2:45|
|A3||Song Of The Islands||4:09|
|A4||Down The Old Ox Road||2:21|
|A5||I Can't Give You Anything But Love||3:02|
|B1||I Don't Want To Walk Without You||2:55|
|B2||Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie||3:04|
|B3||It's Been A Long Long Time||2:56|
|B4||When The World Was Young||3:57|