New Orleans Jazz and Second Line Drumming
This book & CD traces the evolution of New Orleans jazz and second-line drumming from the early styles of ragtime and traditional jazz to their modern applications in contemporary jazz.
What people are saying - Write a review
Nicholas Payton Oh Didnt He Ramble
The Drum and Dance are One
James Black and Freddie Kohlman by Val Wilmer
Live at the Village Vanguard New York City
Ahmad Jamal arum Baby Dodds bass drum bassist Blackwell cats CD TRACK Charlie Chicago cymbal dance David Lee Dixieland drumset Earl Palmer Earl Turbinton Ed Blackwell Ellis Marsalis Ernie Elly feel Freddie Kohlman funk funky groove guys hear heard Herlin Riley hi-hat influence James Black John Boudreaux Johnny Vidacovich Lastie listen Louis Armstrong m m m Max Roach melody Modern Drummer musicians Orleans Orleans drummers Orleans drumming Orleans Jazz parade Paul Barbarin photograph courtesy piano player Play 12 Poinciana press roll Professor Longhair record rhythm right hand RLRLR RRLRRLRL s s s s second line Smokey Johnson snare drum sound stick stuff style Suhor swing syncopation thing Thress Tony trio trumpet tune Vernel Fournier Willie Tee woodblock Wynton X X X X X X X X Yeah York Zutty