Thursday, October 31, 2013

R.I.P. my friend Donald Duck Bailey the great Jazz musician drummer harmonicist Jon Hammond

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Donald Duck Bailey Jon's archive Jon Hammond here with Donald Duck Bailey Donald Duck Bailey legendary jazz drummer and harmonica recording artist here, performing on Fathers Day 2011 at The Tunnell Rehabilitation Center in San Francisco and interview with Jon Hammond of HammondCast. Concert sponsored by Jazz Foundation of America, Donald Duck Bailey drums & harmonica, Dewayne Oakley bs, Christopher L. Clarke tpt., Wayne Anderson gtr., camera: Jennifer and Jon Hammond - Special Thanks Stuart Cohen Director of Activities The Tunnell Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare SF CA, Marianne Pillsbury Jazz Foundation of America 
HammondCast Youtube Wiki Donald Orlando "Duck" Bailey (March 26, 1933 – October 15, 2013) was an American jazz drummer.[1][2] Donald Bailey, Sr., known to many in the jazz world as "Duck", was born in Philadelphia into a musical family. Bailey was a constant student and disciple of the jazz genre. Unbeknownst to his brothers and sisters, Bailey's father, Morris Bailey, Sr., was also a drummer. Donald's brother, Morris Bailey, Jr., is also an arranger, composer, producer and saxophonist and Bailey's nephew is the bassist Victor Bailey, best known for his work with the group Weather Report. Bailey got his big break in the jazz world and he is probably best known as the drummer in the trio of jazz organist Jimmy Smith from 1956 to 1964 and also for his work with The Three Sounds on Blue Note Records.[3] Bailey also worked as a sideman for some of the most famous musicians in jazz including Sarah Vaughan, Carmen McRae, Hampton Hawes, Sonny Rollins, Freddie Hubbard, and Red Mitchell. He also played with John Coltrane in their early Philadelphia years. Bailey is also known as "The King of Organ Trio Drummers". In the mid 70s, he moved to Japan where he lived for six years and in 1978, released an album called "So In Love" (Trio Records) which featured Hideo Ichikawa (piano), Hideyuki Kikuchi, Yoshio Ikeda (bass), Takaaki Nishikawa, Toshihiko Ogawa. This jazz album, featuring Bailey playing harmonica, received rave reviews and is a sought after jazz collectible. His last project "Blueprints of Jazz Vol.3 featuring Donald Bailey" which featured Charles Tolliver (trumpet), George Burton (piano), and Odean Pope (tenor, tenor saxophone) was issued on the Talking House record label in 2009. Bailey performed around the San Francisco Bay Area[4] in the United States until his late 70s and moved to Montclair, California shortly before his death at age 80 in October 2013 Donald Orlando Bailey, Sr. Born March 26, 1933 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. Died October 15, 2013 (aged 80) Montclair, California, U.S. Genres Jazz Occupations Musician Instruments Drums, harmonica, trombone Labels Blue Note Associated acts Jimmy Smith Hampton Hawes Blue Mitchell Jimmie Rowles Carmen McRae Sarah Vaughan Albums Donald Bailey Blueprints of Jazz - Vol.3 (Talking House, 2009) Produced by Marc Weibel, Stephen Smith Featuring: Donald Bailey (harmonica, drums), Charles Tolliver (trumpet), George Burton (piano), Odean Pope (tenor, tenor saxophone) Plant Life (Composer Odean Pope) Blues It (Composer Hasaan Ibn Ali) Gone Now (Composer Tyrone Brown) Variations (Composer Morris Bailey, Jr) Fifth House (Composer Odean Pope) For All We Know (Composer J. Fred Coots / Sam M. Lewis) Family Portrait (Composer Odean Pope) U.S.O. Triology (Composer Odean Pope/Tyrone Brown) Blue Gardenia (Composer Lester Lee / Robert Russell) Trio - (Capri Records, 1990) Produced by Thomas C. Burns Featuring: Donald Bailey (drums), Red Mitchell (bass), Jimmy Rowles (piano) Have You Met Miss Jones? Day Dream After School You People Need Music Crazy He Calls Me Yes Sir, That's My Baby Dreamer's Lullaby Life's A Take My One And Only Love My Silent Love What Are We Here For? So In Love (Trio Records, Recorded in Japan 1978) Featuring: Donald Bailey (harmonica, drums), Hideo Ichikawa (piano), Hideyuki Kikuchi, Yoshio Ikeda (bass), Takaaki Nishikawa, Toshihiko Ogawa So in Love Alone Together Half Nelson The Lady Is A Tramp St. Louis Blues Invitation The Three Sounds: Live at the Lighthouse (Blue Note Records, July 1967) Produced by Dick Bock Featuring: Gene Harris (piano, organ), Andrew Simpkins (bass), Donald Bailey (drums) Still I'm Sad" (Jim McCarty, Paul Samwell-Smith) Crying Time" (Buck Owens) June Night (Just Give Me a June Night, the Moonlight and You)" (Abel Baer, Cliff Friend) I Thought About You" (Johnny Mercer, Jimmy Van Heusen) I Held My Head in Shame (Gene Harris) Summertime (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward) Makin' Bread Again (Gene Harris) Here's That Rainy Day" (Johnny Burke, Van Heusen) Blues March" (Benny Golson) Takin' It Easy (Gene Harris) Drown in My Own Tears (Henry Glover) Why (Am I Treated So Bad) (Roebuck Staples) Never Say Yes (Nat Adderley) River Shallow (AndrĂ© Previn, Dory Previn) Sunny (Bobby Hebb) Bad, Bad Whiskey (Maxwell Davis, Amos Milburn) C Jam Blues" (Barney Bigard, Duke Ellington) As sideman[edit] With George Braith Two Souls in One (Blue Note, 1963) With Jimmy Smith The Incredible Jimmy Smith at the Organ (Blue Note, 1956) At Club Baby Grand (Blue Note, 1956) The Sounds of Jimmy Smith (Blue Note, 1956) Plays Pretty Just for You (Blue Note, 1957) Jimmy Smith Trio + LD (Blue Note, 1957) Groovin' at Small's Paradise (Blue Note, 1957) House Party (Blue Note, 1957) The Sermon! (Blue Note, 1958) Softly as a Summer Breeze (Blue Note, 1958) Cool Blues (Blue Note, 1958) Six Views of the Blues (Blue Note, 1958) Home Cookin' (Blue Note, 1958–59) Crazy! Baby (Blue Note, 1960) Open House (Blue Note, 1960) Plain Talk (Blue Note, 1960) Straight Life (Blue Note, 1961) Plays Fats Waller (Blue Note, 1962) I'm Movin' On (Blue Note, 1963) Bucket! (Blue Note, 1963) Rockin' the Boat (Blue Note, 1963) Prayer Meetin' (Blue Note, 1963) With The Three Sounds Live at the Lighthouse (Blue Note, 1967) Coldwater Flat (Blue Note, 1968) With Jack Wilson Song for My Daughter (Blue Note, 1969) Also performed on projects with (as referenced in Jimmy Smith (musician) Jimmy Rowles Harold Land Bobby Hutcherson Buster Williams Pianist Hasaan Ibn Ali Joe Sample George Braith Grant Green Hampton Hawes Red Mitchell Sarah Vaughan Carmen McRae Kenny Burrell Donald Duck Bailey, Drums, Harmonica, Jazz, Musician, Jon Hammond, HammondCast, Local 802, Musicians Union, Jimmy Smith, Organ, Beats

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