9 thoughts on “ Margie - Jimmy Rowles With Buster Williams And Billy Hart - Grandpaws (CD, Album) ”

  1. Billy Hart Billy Hart is a jazz drummer and educator who has performed with some of the most important jazz musicians in history. Early on Hart performed in Washington, DC with soul artists such as Otis Redding and Sam and Dave, and was a sideman with the Montgomery Brothers, Jimmy Smith, and Wes Montgomery. Following.
  2. Biography. Hart was born in Washington, D.C., where early on in his career he performed with soul artists such as Otis Redding and Sam and Dave, and then later with Buck Hill and Shirley Horn, and was a sideman with the Montgomery Brothers (), Jimmy Smith (–), and Wes Montgomery (–68). Following Montgomery’s death in , Hart moved to New York, where he recorded with.
  3. Billy Hart was born in Washington D.C. on November 29, His first steady gigs of note were with Shirley Horn and Buck Hill. In the ’s he toured with Jimmy Smith, Wes Montgomery, Eddie Harris, and Pharoah Sanders.
  4. Forgive the silly pun in the title – and just dive in and dig this excellent 70s album from pianist Jimmie Rowles – a set that's maybe his hippest of the decade, thanks in part to work from Buster Williams on bass and Billy Hart on drums!
  5. Hart was a member of Herbie Hancock’s sextet (–), and played with McCoy Tyner (–), Stan Getz (–), and Quest (s), in addition to extensive freelance playing (including recording with Miles Davis on ’s On the Corner). At age 76, Billy Hart .
  6. Sep 11,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jimmy Rowles My Funny Valentine (Rodgers/Hart) transcription YouTube Bill Evans Emily (Mandel/Mercer) transcription - Duration: Raphaël Gest 18, views.
  7. Great work from Jimmy Rowles – a pianist that really hit new levels of creative activity in the 70s, and who maybe sounds different here than on most of his other recordings from the time! thanks in part to work from Buster Williams on bass and Billy Hart on drums! With Buster and Billy in the mix, the set's CD. Buddy DeFranco Free.
  8. Forgive the silly pun in the title – and just dive in and dig this excellent 70s album from pianist Jimmie Rowles – a set that's maybe his hippest of the decade, thanks in part to work from Buster Williams on bass and Billy Hart on drums! With Buster and Billy in the mix, the set's anything but standard – as there's a depth and freshness to the rhythmic conception that really offsets Jimmie's piano – Brand: Choice/Ultra Vybe (Japan) (Label).
  9. The opening weekend of the 18th Healdsburg Jazz Festival features four distinct bands led by the same person. His name is Billy Hart and he is a drummer. Billy is probably a familiar name to local jazz fans, because he has been a driving force in more Healdsburg Festivals than any other musician – 11 festivals and over a dozen bands in the drum seat.

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