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Sho Nuff Did - Mel Lewis - And Friends (CD, Album)

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  1. The set has Lewis in different groupings with an excellent set of the friends mentioned in the title – a top-shelf lineup that includes Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, Michael Brecker on tenor, Gregory Herbert on alto, Hank Jones on piano, and Ron Carter on bass – working their way through a mix of different material that really takes on some.
  2. Feb 04,  · Mel Lewis, the jazz drummer and orchestra leader, died of melanoma Friday evening at Cabrini Hospice in Manhattan. He was 60 years old. In Mr. Lewis.
  3. Apr 03,  · The Sho'nuff Mixtape: Volume One by True Masterz, released 03 April 1. The Sho'nuff Mixtape: Volume One Taking hip hop back in time to it's true essence, DJ Grazzhoppa and MighGawd deliver a powerful mix of neck breaking beats and head spinning cuts. Pure hip hop, plain and simple. Let the music speak for itself.
  4. Sho Nuff CD Discography of Music Albums Alistair Hennessey, Chen Dacan's Chinese Ensemble, Dark Blue World, David Scance, Snazzy D, Spiritmerchants, Takt32, Victoria Mushkatkol cdu4sr music xartist vercdu cdu4all6/1/ AM.
  5. In , Lewis and trumpeter Thad Jones (Elvin’s brother) formed the Thad Jones–Mel Lewis Big Band, which began a steady Monday-night gig at the Village Vanguard in New York City in February ’ They also did a lot of recordings and tours, including a trip to the Soviet Union in
  6. Aug 21,  · Mel Lewis: “I own four sets of drums of which the number one set, the road set, is a Gretsch maple with a two tom-tom setup on top, an 8″ x 12″, 9″ x 13″, and a 16″ x 16″ on the floor. There’s a standard snare, 5 1/2″ x 14″, and a 20″ bass drum.
  7. Mel Lewis and Friends A rare small group date led by drummer Mel Lewis, this CD reissues some excellent straight-ahead music originally put out by A&M's Horizon subsidiary, which was run by producer John Snyder. and trumpeter Cecil Bridgewater makes a guest appearance on "Sho' Nuff Did 5/5(3).

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