COLIN BAILEY THE ART OF PHRASING PDF

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When that happened, I thought, shit, Ray Brown is the greatest bass player that ever lived,” said Bailey. For Colin Bailey, that person is Joe Morello. The music hits a beautiful, easy stride.

Ben Webster “It was an honor — what an honor — to play with Ben Webster. He had a Dixieland band. In I went back to George Shearing. Jobim had asked Joao if he knew anybody in L. 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.

George was a great player but he was very organized,” said Bailey. It must have sounded like hell.

We just knew we were meant for each other, you know? He showed me this finger control technique which is a really difficult thing.

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These four tracks may be among the most beautiful Sinatra ever recorded. V-disc was short for “victory discs. He said, would you like to come in and sit with us at the Jazz Workshop on Monday night,” said Bailey.

There were two accordions, biley banjo and drums,” he said. When Joe came to L. Bailey also got a gig playing with the Australian Jazz Quartet, which opened for, of all groups, The Kingston Hailey when that popular folk group toured Australia in He had his own signature style.

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The Brazilian guitarist and songwriter Joao Gilberto recommended me to Jobim. Bailey was hired as her personal drummer and she would go on to become quite famous.

They can be underestimated think Roy Haynes. Ben was an original. When I was fifteen, there was talk of the phraaing name team and me going to their farm team, but my parents said that by my mid-thirties I’d be through,” Bailey said. Of the West Coast music scene, Bailey said, “Oh, it was beautiful. I played pretty much all through my bialey. So he offered me the gig and fired his drummer and got me.

I was playing with these terrible groups but it was wonderful. There was one last bastion of jazz left on American television, and that was with the Tonight Show band headed up phrasinf Doc Severinson.

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We played dances all the time. So that’s how I got the call,” said Bailey. When asked if his parents saw him achieve success, he said, “My father came to the London Palladium in when I was playing with singer Baoley Damone.

I miss her terribly. No one sounded like Ben. We hung out with Sarah and Diz.

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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. He’s made a career by staying true to his sterling artistry — a craft that he’s been able to adapt to the unique demands of big band swing to jazz to movie soundtracks to the crazy versatility that’s required for in-house TV studio bands.

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Then when I was 10, there was a drummer named Peter Coleman who was with a band called Johnny Stiles, which was one of the better semi-pro bands in England. It would be like 3 o’clock in the morning and he would eat this big bowl of chili. He was one of the most beautiful players who ever played.

The defining jazz records bziley the s through the s had been recorded, and rock and roll, such as it was, bsiley completely taken over the airwaves and the great jazz clubs started to close down.

He was not yet 10 when World War II started blazing across Europe, but he remembers that time in the 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. What we tend to forget now is that there were music scenes throughout the country that had their own distinct styles and culture.

Oh, God, cornball stuff. He was wonderful to me. Talk about heaven, to play with him and Monty bassist Monty Budwig on a regular basis, it was unbelievable. He was a fantastic player. The first track on the album “Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus” begins simply enough: Peter was the drummer for them and he used to come over to my house and he taught me how to read drum parts. It’s all over when the great Joe Pass has to play this crap.