Chico Hamilton - Dancing To A Different Drummer album FLAC
Dancing to a Different Drummer. CD - Soul Note (Italy)
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Recorded March 27, 28 an April 2, 1993 at Master Sound Astoria, Astoria, NYC.
Chico Hamilton - 1994 - Dancing To A Different Drummer (FLAC, Soul Note 291)/04 - Dance Of The Tympanies. Chico Hamilton - 1994 - Dancing To A Different Drummer (FLAC, Soul Note 291)/cover. Chico Hamilton - 1994 - Dancing To A Different Drummer (FLAC, Soul Note 291)/i. Chico Hamilton - 1994 - Dancing To A Different Drummer (FLAC, Soul Note 291)/05 - All Those Guys. Chico Hamilton - 1994 - Dancing To A Different Drummer (FLAC, Soul Note 291)/03 - Tap Drums.
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NEW YORK (AP) - Foreststorn "Chico" Hamilton, an influential jazz drummer and bandleader who was an architect of the West Coast cool jazz style and was known for discovering young talent, has died. Watts later was interviewed for the 1994 documentary "Chico Hamilton: Dancing to a Different Drummer" and made a guest appearance on Hamilton's 2001 album "Foreststorn. In 1955, Hamilton began his career as a bandleader. He recorded his first album as a leader for the Pacific Jazz label in a trio with bassist George Duvivier and guitarist Howard Roberts that was noteworthy because all three musicians played as soloists rather than strictly as rhythm section players.
With Chico Hamilton, Roman Polanski, Charlie Watts.
Chico Hamilton Quintet is a live album by drummer and bandleader Chico Hamilton released on the Pacific Jazz label. I Know (Theme)" (Jim Hall) - 0:55. Chanel (Carson Smith) - 4:36. Beanstalk" (Smith) - 5:13. September Song" (Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson) - 3:32. Siete-Cuartro" (Hall) - 4:51. Mr. Jo Jones" (Chico Hamilton) - 3:11. I Know (Theme)" (Hall) - 0:34. Satin Doll" (Duke Ellington) - 4:35. Lillian" (Freddy Catts) - 4:54.
But the groups of the American drummer Chico Hamilton, who has died aged 92, did feature such instrumentation and, contrary to the jazz orthodoxies of the 1950s, they were for a time runaway successes. He played at Billie Holiday's Carnegie Hall concert and on her album Lady Sings the Blues (both in 1956), but also struck out on his own. The 50s Chico Hamilton Quintets, immensely popular in their day, have received mixed reactions since. In 1994 Julian Benedikt made the documentary Chico Hamilton: Dancing to a Different Drummer and, in 2001, the indefatigable Hamilton brought back Blythe, Turre and others for a Euphoria reunion.
|1||In The Beginning||2:16|
|2||Conquistadore Rides Again||4:24|
|4||Dance Of The Tympanies||6:22|
|5||All Those Guys||4:40|
|6||Mr. Jo Jones||2:23|
|7||Cymbals Of Love||3:10|
|8||Waltz Of The Mallets||3:16|
|9||Universal Language Of Man||5:54|
|10||The Snare Drum||3:14|
- Recorded At – Master Sound Astoria
- Drums, Percussion [Slapaphone, Tympani], Tambourine, Gong, Vocals – Chico Hamilton
- Producer – Chico Hamilton