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  1. In this month’s Jazz Drummer’s Workshop, the Brooklyn-based drummer and educator Mike Alfieri demonstrates ways to develop unique ride patterns inspired by the jazz great Tony Williams. To coincide with the piece, we asked our readers and social media followers to name one album that Williams played on that best sums up his enduring drumming.
  2. Jul 03,  · The late Tony Williams may have been the best drummer popular music has seen. Technically adept, yes, but more important, he naturally played in ways no other drummer could think of. This goes from his s work with Miles Davis through his work with Lifetime. Joy Of Flying is from, when synthesizers and shiny production stamped much jazz rock/5(6).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Best Of Tony Williams on Discogs/5(9).
  4. The New Lifetime. In the spring of , Williams put together a quartet he called The New Tony Williams Lifetime featuring bassist Tony Newton, pianist Alan Pasqua, and guitarist Allan Holdsworth. Prior to settling on Tony Newton as the choice for bass player, a number of bassists auditioned for the spot including Jaco darkfurymoongrovemightfont.infoinfo: Jazz fusion.
  5. Oct 02,  · When Tony Williams died on February 23, he left behind not only a rich legacy of extraordinary drumming, but also the promise of incredible things to come. He entered the Seton Medical Center in Daly City, California, on Thursday, February 20, for minor gall bladder surgery and was in the process of recovering when he suffered a fatal heart attack.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tony Williams* - The Best Of Tony Williams at Discogs. Complete your Tony Williams* collection.4/4(10).
  7. Tony performed with his own version of the Platters, known as the International Platters, featuring his wife Helen Williams. Musical director William Gulino worked with Tony Williams and the Platters off and on from to
  8. The Best of Tony Williams culls highlights from the records the drummer made with his late-'80s quintet for Blue Note. While jazz purists may find the sampler nature of the record frustrating, it offers a good introduction to latter-day Williams for the curious.8/

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