This is the discography for American jazz drummer, pianist and composer Jack DeJohnette. The DeJohnette Complex (Milestone, 1969). Have You Heard (Milestone, 1970). Time & Space (Trio, 1973). Jackeyboard (Trio, 1973). Sorcery (Prestige, 1974). Cosmic Chicken (Prestige, 1975). Untitled (ECM, 1976). Pictures (ECM, 1976). New Rags (ECM, 1977). New Directions (ECM, 1978) with John Abercrombie, Lester Bowie and Eddie Gómez.
CLASSIC JAZZ Jack DeJohnette Philly Joe Jones turned around. Roy Haynes was doing that even before Philly Joe, though. Several things become clear as you listen to Hudson, the debut album by the quartet of Jack DeJohnette (drums), Larry Grenadier (bass), John Medeski (keyboards) and John Scofield (guitar). Firs. iles Davis Award at Montreal Jazz Festival
Untitled (Jack DeJohnette album). Untitled is a /fusion jazz lp by Jack DeJohnette on ECM Records ECM-1-1-74, and is the second in a series of albums released under the heading Jack DeJohnette’s Directions. The lp consists of compositions by DeJohnette and the other musicians playing on the session, which was recorded in Oslo, Norway. Flying Spirits" (DeJohnette) – 13:50. Pansori Visions" (ie) – 2:20.
Jack DeJohnette (born August 9, 1942) is an American jazz drummer, pianist, and composer. An important figure of the fusion era of jazz, DeJohnette is one of the most influential jazz drummers of the 20th century, given his extensive work as leader and sideman for musicians including Charles Lloyd, Freddie Hubbard, Keith Jarrett, Bill Evans, John Abercrombie, Alice Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis, Joe Henderson, Michael Brecker, Herbie Hancock and John Scofield.
Premier percussionist and drummer often considered the finest modern jazz drummer of the '70s after Elvin Jones and Tony Williams.
JACK DEJOHNETTE is a Jazz Rock/Fusion, Progressive Rock artist from United States. Some of the great talents he has worked with are John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins, Sun Ra, Jackie McLean, Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, Stan Getz, Ron Carter, Lee Morgan, Charles Lloyd, Herbie Hancock, Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard, Abbey Lincoln, Betty Carter and Eddie Harris, who is responsible for convincing DeJohnette to stick with drums because he heard DeJohnette's natural.
Jack DeJohnette has collaborated with most major figures in jazz history. In 1968 he recorded his first album as a leader on the Milestone label, called The DeJohnette Complex, where Jack played the melodica along with his mentor Roy Haynes on drums. In the early 70's he recorded Have You Heard in Japan and two albums for Prestige, called Sorcery and Cosmic Chicken. These early sessions united Jack with Gary Peacock, Bennie Maupin, Stanley Cowell, Miroslav Vitous, Eddie Gomez, Alex Foster and Peter Warren.
Miles' Mode Album Version. Прослушать Скачать 10:55. Прослушать Скачать 06:37. Richard Beirach, George Mraz, Jack DeJohnette. Прослушать Скачать 08:14. Jack DeJohnette, Ravi Coltrane, Matt Garrison. Прослушать Скачать 02:24. Прослушать Скачать 22:01. Jack DeJohnette, Michael Cain, Steve Gorn. Healing Song For Mother Earth. Прослушать Скачать 08:35.
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Bass – Eddie GomezDrums – Jack DeJohnetteGuitar, Mandolin – John AbercrombieTrumpet – Lester Bowie
|A2||The Gri Gri Man
Congas, Drums, Organ, Timpani – Jack DeJohnette
|A3||To Be Continued
Bass – Miroslav VitousDrums – Jack DeJohnetteGuitar – Terje Rypdal
|B1||One For Eric
Alto Saxophone – Arthur BlytheBass – Peter WarrenBass Clarinet – David MurrayDrums – Jack DeJohnette
Drums – Jack DeJohnetteGuitar – John Abercrombie
Bass – Dave HollandMandolin – John AbercrombiePiano – Jack DeJohnette
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ECM Records
- Copyright (c) – ECM Records
- Composed By – Jack DeJohnette, John Abercrombie (tracks: B2)
- Cover [Cover Graphic] – Gerd Winner
- Design – Dieter Rehm
- Engineer – Jan Erik Kongshaug, Martin Wieland, Tony May
- Photography By [Liner Photo] – Roberto Masotti
- Producer – Manfred Eicher
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 81182 04274 2
|825 427-1||Jack DeJohnette||Works (LP, Comp)||ECM Records||825 427-1||Germany||1985|
|825 427-4||Jack DeJohnette||Works (Cass, Comp)||ECM Records||825 427-4||Germany||1985|
|825 427-2||Jack DeJohnette||Works (CD, Comp)||ECM Records||825 427-2||US||1999|
|825 427-2||Jack DeJohnette||Works (CD, Comp)||ECM Records||825 427-2||Germany||1999|