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Lionel Hampton Presents Buddy Rich is a jazz album recorded by Buddy Rich and released by the Who's Who in Jazz record label in 1977. The album has been re-issued by different labels under different names including, Buddy's Cherokee, The Lionel Hampton Sessions and Sounds of Jazz Vol. 10. LP side A: "Moment's Notice" (Coltrane) – 5:28. Giant Steps" (Coltrane) – 5:32. Buddy's Cherokee" (Noble) – 7:26. LP side B: "Take the 'A' Train" (Strayhorn) – 6:13.

One in the series of albums Hampton produced and issued on the Who's Who label in the '70s, this one featured Buddy Rich's late '70s orchestra. It was a well-polished, cohesive group, although it lacked dynamic soloists other than tenor saxophonist Steve Marcus. Still, Rich drove them hard and provided his own excitement with powerhouse drumming.

Buddy Rich, Lionel Hampton, Harry Sweets Edison, Buddy Rich Art Tatum, Barney Kessel, Jimmy Rowles. Milestones of a Jazz Legend - Buddy Rich, Vol. 8. Buddy Rich (drs, Buddy Rich, Benny Golson (ts) Steve Perlow, perc) Harry "Sweets" Edison, Emmett Berry, Stan Fishelson. Buddy Rich, Don Goldie, Gene Krupa, Sam Most, Wilbur Wynne, Al Stewart. 7. Buddy Rich, Buddy Rich (drs) Flip Phillips (ts) Ronnie Ball (p) Peter Ind, Phil Leshin, Max Roach, Tommy Turrentine, Julian Priester. 2. Lester Young (ts) Buddy Rich (drs) Nat King Cole, Buddy Rich, Joe Newman, Harry Edison, Ben Webster, Sonny Criss. 4.

This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/169 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Lionel Hampton Presents: Buddy Rich. BPM Profile Lionel Hampton Presents: Buddy Rich. Album starts at 119BPM, ends at BPM (-119), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Buddy Rich.

Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich - What Is This Thing Called Love 07:02. Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich - More Than You Know 04:17. Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich - Hallelujah 04:53. Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich - RLX - How High The Moon 05:09. Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich - What Is This Thing Called Love 07:06. Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich - Please Be Kind 04:50. Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich - Hallelujah 02:40. Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich - More Than You Know 04:14. Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich - Perdido 05:03

Bernard "Buddy" Rich (September 30, 1917 – April 2, 1987) was an American jazz drummer and bandleader. Widely considered one of the most influential drummers of all time and known for his virtuoso technique, power, and speed, Rich was billed as "the world's greatest drummer" during his career. He performed with many bandleaders, most notably Tommy Dorsey, Harry James, Count Basie, and led his own big band. On one album, 1955's The Lionel Hampton Art Tatum Buddy Rich Trio, Rich played with brushes almost exclusively throughout. In 1942, Rich and drum teacher Henry Adler co-authored the instructional book Buddy Rich's Modern Interpretation of Snare Drum Rudiments, regarded as one of the more popular snare-drum rudiment books. One of Adler's former students introduced Adler to Rich.

Buddy Rich Plays and Plays and Plays is a big band jazz album recorded by Buddy Rich and released by RCA Records in 1977. The album also marked his last for the label. This album was nominated for the "Best Jazz Performance By A Big Band" at the 20th Annual GRAMMY Awards (1977) and lost to Prime Time by Count Basie. Class of '78. Class of '78 is a big band jazz album recorded by Buddy Rich in 1977