Dear asht89,great playing mate, loved the video
Excellent choices. I can't find fault with any of these. Appreciate the thoughtful response Alex.So I include three (of the many):
* Max Roach: "Saxophone Colossus" (Sonny Rollins)
* Philly Joe Jones: "Art Pepper meets The Rhythm Section" (Art Pepper)
* Jimmie Cobb: "Gettin' Together" (Art Pepper)
For listening anyone of the first 13 drummers, but for STARTING TO ANALIZE the three previous records. Besides you should listen, even if you don't really understand what's going on, the kind of Jazz that excites you the most, whatever the direction is. The idea is that with those 3 records you can start developing some foundation for most types of Jazz.
Of course this is a simplified answer, the process is long, BUT BEAUTIFUL.
Alex Sanguinetti (Munich, Germany)
However in your second was sligtly different (at least to me):...what records should be recommended to a drummer who wants to learn about jazz drumming...
...suggestion for a beginning Jazz drummer, a piano trio.
Yeah. Sonny Clark! Great suggestion for a beginning jazz drummer, a piano trio.* Max Roach: "Saxophone Coloseus" (Sonny Rollins)
* Philly Joe Jones: "Sonny Clark Trio" (Sonny Clark)
* Art Blakey: "Giants of Jazz" (live tour with Dizzy, Al McKibbon, Monk, Stitt, etc
Dear Jay,... what records should be recommended to a drummer who wants to learn about jazz drumming...
Nope, that's actually my real name! Maybe if I'm lucky, someone will confuse me with him and invite me to a huge gig in some important place!Dear Clayton C.,
Thanks a lot for your very nice words!
Is that your real name or you pick it up as a tribute to the Brush Master?
Best regards and much succes in your drumming!