The Jazz Aficionado Posted August 20, 2016 Report Share Posted August 20, 2016 The Great African-American Classical Art-Form An interview with the great Jimmy Cobbhttps://www.facebook.com/keepingtheidiomalive/photos/rpd.100002234540944/1052537581466782/?type=3&theater The Great Jimmy Cobb's most famous work is on Miles Davis' Kind of Blue (1959), considered by many to be the quintessential jazz record. Cobb is the last surviving player from the session. Legendary jazz drummer, Jimmy Cobb, was born in Washington, D.C. on January 20, 1929. A superb, mostly self-taught musician, Jimmy is the elder statesman of all the incredible Miles Davis bands. Jimmy’s inspirational work with Miles, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderly and Co. spanned 1957 until 1963 and included the masterpiece "Kind of Blue", the most popular jazz recording in history. He also played on "Sketches of Spain", Someday My Prince will Come", "Live at Carnegie Hall, "Live at the Blackhawk", "Porgy and Bess", and many, many other watermarks Miles Davis recordings. At 87 Jimmy is still going strong teaching and performing. Set back and enjoy the journey with Jimmy Cobb. A special thanks go out to Rashid Booker for making it happen. Peace Hey! Thanks for stopping by, please like our page and share the content. The Most Influential African-American Cultural Network in the Universe! Keeping The Idiom Alive Rashid Booker Harlem USA 125th St Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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