Son Of Drum Suite (LP, Album). Al Cohn And His Orchestra. Son Of Drum Suite (LP, Album).
Artist: Al Cohn & His Orchestra. Album: Son Of Drum Suite. Son Of Drum Suite: Best 2 songs. Al Cohn & His Orchestra - Five Drums In Four-Four Time 05:22. Al Cohn & His Orchestra - Drums Loco 04:56. Al Cohn & His Orchestra: best 2 tracks. Al Cohn & His Orchestra - Count Every Star Cool Jazz 2, 2014 03:11. Al Cohn & His Orchestra - Five Drums In Four-Four Time Son Of Drum Suite, 2011 05:22. Artist: Al Cohn & His Orchestra.
Son of Drum Suite is an album by Al Cohn and His Orchestra recorded in 1960 for the RCA Victor label. The album is a sequel to Manny Albam and Ernie Wilkins, The Drum Suite (RCA Victor, 1956). Studio album by Al Cohn and His Orchestra. First Movement: Son of a Drum" – 4:25. Second Movement: Brushmanship" – 5:03. Fourth Movement: Five Drums in Four-Four Time" – 5:19. Fifth Movement: Drums Loco" – 4:54. Sixth Movement: Drum Smoke" – 5:42.
A Drum Is a Woman is a musical allegory by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington and his long-time musical collaborator Billy Strayhorn. It tells the story of Madam Zajj, the personification of African rhythm, and Carribee Joe, who has his roots firmly in the jungle with his drums. Zajj travels out into the world seeking fame and sophistication and melds with the influences of cultures she weaves through the story, which gives a brief history of the rise of Jazz and Bebop Track listing. All tracks written by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn. Son of Drum Suite (Al Cohn, 1960). Afro-Jaws (Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, 1960).
Al Cohn & His Orchestra songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: Cool Jazz 2. Five Drums In Four-Four Time.
Al Cohn & His Orchestra. Al Cohn & His Orchestra. Spy Movie Music - Jazz Inspired By James Bond & Other Masterpieces. 04.
TRACKS from the 12" album SON OF DRUM SUITE (RCA Victor LSP-2312). AL COHN ORCHESTRA: Jimmy Maxwell, Nick Travis, Clark Terry, Bernie Glow (tp) Jim Buffington, Jim Barrows (fhrn) Frank Rehak, Urbie Green, Dick Hixson (tb) Bob Brookmeyer (v-tb) Gene Quill, Ed Caine (as) Zoot Sims, Romeo Penque (ts) Sol Schlinger (bs) Hank Jones (p) Mundell Lowe (g) Buddy Clark, George Duvivier (b) Mel Lewis, Don Lamond, Jimmy Cobb, Charlie Persip, and Louis Hayes.
The Drum Suite/Son of Drum Suite. Chant of the Witch Doctors. feat: Al Cohn, Ernie Wilkins.
Ernest Brooks "Ernie" WilkinsErnie Wilkins Almost Big BandErnie Wilkins and His Orchestra. The Drum Suite (subtitled A Musical Portrait of Eight Arms from Six Angles) is an album by American jazz composers and arrangers Manny Albam and Ernie Wilkins featuring performances recorded in 1956 and first released on the RCA Victor label. The album was followed by Al Cohn's Son of Drum Suite (RCA Victor, 1960).
|A1||First Movement: Son Of A Drum|
|A2||Second Movement: Brushmanship|
|A3||Third Movement: Dr. Skin And Mr. Hide|
|B1||Fourth Movement: Five Drums In Four Drums Time|
|B2||Fifth Movement: Drums Loco|
|B3||Sixth Movement: Drum Smoke|
- Copyright (c) – Radio Corporation Of America
- Bass – Buddy Clark, George Duvivier
- Conductor, Written-By – Al Cohn
- Drums – Charlie Persip, Don Lamond, Gus Johnson, Jimmy Cobb, Louis Hayes, Mel Lewis
- Engineer – Bob Simpson
- French Horn – Jim Buffington, John Barrows
- Guitar – Mundell Lowe
- Liner Notes – Dom Cerulli
- Piano – Hank Jones
- Saxophone – Ed Caine*, Gene Quill, Romeo Penque, Sol Schlinger, Zoot Simms*
- Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer, Frank Rehak, Dick Hixson*, Urbie Green
- Trumpet – Bernie Glow, Clark Terry, Jimmy Maxwell, Nick Travis
NotesRecorded in Webster Hall, New York City.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Matrix): L2PY-3874
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Matrix): L2PY-3875
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout Stamped): L2 PY-3874-1S
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout Stamped): L2 PY-3875-1S
|LPM-2312||Al Cohn And His Orchestra||Son Of Drum Suite (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LPM-2312||US||1961|
|SHP-5015||Al Cohn And His Orchestra||Son Of Drum Suite (LP, Album)||Victor||SHP-5015||Japan||1961|