Classic Jazz Drummers: Swing Era and Beyond Trailer

Classic Jazz Drummers: Swing Era and Beyond Trailer (2002)

01 January 2002

This collection of vintage performance clips captures 20 of the greatest jazz drumming talents to ever hit the stage, spanning a range of styles from bop to hard bop, big band to Dixieland and swing. Highlights include footage of Sid Catlett performing with Louis Armstrong, Gus Johnson in a Count Basie small-group session, Panama Francis with Cab Calloway and Joe Harris drumming with the Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra.

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