Buddy Rich: Birdland by Glenn Astarita, published on June 26, 2015. Track Listing: Mexicali Rose; Birdland; Milestones; Just Friends; CTA; God Bless The Child; Moments Notice; I Hear A Rhapsody; Three Day Suckers; Parthenia; Keep The Customer Satisfied. Personnel: Alan Gauvin: alto saxophone,soprano saxophone, flute; Bill Blount or Frank Basile; alto saxophone; Steve Marcus: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone; Bobby Mintzer: tenor saxophone, flute; Turk Mauro: baritone saxophone; Rick Stepton: trombone; Dale Kirkland: trombone; David Boyle: trombone; Dave Stahl: trumpet; Dean Pratt: trumpet; Ross Konikoff: trumpet; John Marshall or Waymon Reed: trumpet; Barry.
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Buddy Rich, born in September of 1917 and died in April of ‘87, was (and still is) a legendary jazz drummer. He is known for his speed and incredibly complex drum fills and solos. Deemed the world’s greatest drummer, he is impossible not to check out when starting your journey into jazz. If you’re looking for a first experience, 2015’s compilation LP Birdland is the right place to start. Birdland is the quintessential Buddy Rich record, being a collection of his greatest performances and songs. Every song on this record and instrument on here has its moment to shine.
Buddy Rich - Birdland. Album: The Greatest Drummer That Ever Lived, 1990.
Tracklist: 01 Mexicali Nose (3:03) 02 Birdland (7:15) 03 Milestones (5:41) 04 Just Friends (7:38) 05 CTA (2:30) 06 God Bless The Child (5:17) 07 Moment's Notice (3:54) 08 I Hear A Rhapsody (5:00) 09 Three Day Suckers (7:13) 10 Parthenia (5:26) 11 Keep The Customer Satisfied (5:10)
Bernard "Buddy" Rich (September 30, 1917 – April 2, 1987) was an American jazz drummer and bandleader. He is considered one of the most influential drummers of all time and was known for his virtuoso technique, power, and speed. He performed with Tommy Dorsey, Harry James and Count Basie, and led a big band. Rich was born in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York, to Jewish-American parents Bess Skolnik and Robert Rich, both vaudevillians.