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He’s written three hugely influential books on drumming, and he’s adapted his teachings to DVD. Guaraldi was not yet nationally known, but he was highly respected by his peers. No one sounded like Ben.

Her sister used to work at the local record shop playing these 78 records. He was a fantastic oclin. When that happened, I thought, shit, Ray Brown is the greatest bass player that ever lived,” said Bailey. There was a club in Berkeley we played — I forget what that was called.

Bailey, Colin: Drum Solos – The Art of Phrasing (Buch + CD)

I used to sub for him at the club Shelley’s Manne Hole with his group. I was amazed by it,” said Bailey. Bailey also believes that “jazz has turned a lot of people off. But he caught a lucky break. These four tracks may be among the most beautiful Sinatra ever recorded.

Morello is known for his unique time signatures like the ones that can be heard on such legendary recordings as “Take Five.

And he had a rhythm section, Budwig and Bailey, that was peerless. But now all these guys want to play outside the changes and it’s not harmonic,” said Bailey.

I played pretty much all through my childhood.

I always got a lesson from him then. He showed me this finger control technique which is a really difficult thing.


And the scene in California, in L. So three days later I was in the drum shop hanging out and off guy said, Vince is on the phone and he wants to talk to you. We had a good-sized house and I had my own room with my drums to practice. Max Roach — he just blew me away, that was in,” cooin Bailey. Friends and colleagues pass away, the scene changes, but Bailey said he suffered a blow in February that he is still reeling from. When Bailey looks back now, over a long and fruitful career, the one that started out in the dance halls of post-war Swindon, and the one that took him from Sydney, Australia to the NBC studio where The Tonight Show was filmed to the famous jazz clubs in San Francisco, he remembers the people that helped and influenced him along the way.

I played with him inand part of The hottest piano player I ever heard. He has an even, gentle tone to his voice, and perhaps his English accent isn’t as strong as it was when he was growing up near a little town called Swindon just before World War II.

Wednesday, December 1, The Rhythm Man: But Bailey doesn’t always play jazz. I had a crush on the sister, she was a couple of years older than me.

Colin Bailey – Drum Solos – The Art of Phrasing

One of the most underrated, but not amongst the guys. All you need to do is check out his sessions with guitarists Joe Pass and Roy Clark from to see how diverse Bailey is as a player. Bailey also got a gig playing with the Australian Jazz Quartet, which opened for, of all groups, The Kingston Trio when that popular folk group toured Australia in They baile be underestimated think Roy Haynes.

Thd was the only thing apart from the drums that I was ever any good at. Bailey called Feldman “a genius. I miss her terribly. He had his own signature style.


Guaraldi’s stature as the creator of the iconic music for the Charlie Brown TV specials has overshadowed, to a very powerful degree, the fact that he was a hugely respected jazzman. So that’s how I got the call,” said Bailey.

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His grandfather and his father were butchers, they had their own shop, and Bailey’s mother used to help out in the store doing the books. There is always someone, in the career of any artist, who plays the important role of mentor – the person who makes the artist want to be better all the time. It’s hard to get over that. Bailey has been around long enough to have met his wife when she was working in a record store where they were still spinning 78s for the customers to being able to see an old video clip of him playing on a TV show with Ben Webster that’s posted on YouTube.

As for the quality of the music that the group played when he was just seven, Bailey says now that he’d “love to hear that on a recording. He’s also never stopped learning.

Ben was an original. When I was playing with Victor Feldman in L. Bailey explains the technique like this: He was not yet 10 when World Hhe II started blazing across Europe, but he remembers that time in baileu more fractured, compartmentalized way a child sees huge events – a war is not seen as sweeping and gigantic to a child, but is experienced in small personal ways.

He didn’t know how to do it.