Elvin Jones

Real Name:Elvin Ray Jones

US jazz drummer (* September 09, 1927 in Pontiac, Michigan, USA; † May 18, 2004 in Englewood, New Jersey, USA).

Called by Life magazine "the world's greatest rhythmic drummer". He had two musician brothers: Hank Jones, a jazz pianist, and Thad Jones, a trumpet and flugelhorn player. Jones entered the Detroit jazz scene in the late 1940s after touring as a stagehand with the Army Special Services show Operation Happiness. After a brief gig at the Detroit club Grand River Street, he went to work at another club, backing up such jazz greats as Parker, Davis and Wardell Grey. Jones, with his rhythmic, innovative style, became one of jazz's most famous drummers under Coltrane. , Wikipedia ,
In Groups:Art Farmer Tentet, Barry Harris Trio, Bobby Jaspar Quartet, Bobby Jaspar Quintet, Elvin Jones McCoy Tyner Quintet, Elvin Jones Quartet, Elvin Jones Quintet, Elvin Jones/Jimmy Garrison Sextet, Gil Evans And His Orchestra, Herb Geller & His All Stars, Jaki Byard Trio, Javon Jackson Quartet, Jimmy Woods Sextet, Joe Henderson Quartet, John Coltrane Orchestra, John Coltrane Quintet, John Coltrane Trio, McCoy Tyner Trio, Paul Chambers Quintet, Pepper Adams Quintet
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