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Focus on women drummers in Jazz Fusion

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Women drummers in jazz fusion, including Gayelynn McKinney and Cindy Blackman Santana.

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  • GayeLynn McKinney "Ode to Africa" from McKinfolk: The New Beginning (Detroit Music Factory) 00:00
  • Gayelynn McKinney "Just a Little Bass And Drums" from Zoot Suit Funk (Self Produced) 06:17
  • Gayelynn McKinney "Gwendolyn" from Zoot Suit Funk (Self Produced) 12:29
  • Cindy Blackman-Santana "Velocity" from Give The Drummer Some (Present Future) 18:41
  • Cindy Blackman Santana "Seven" from Music For The New Millennium (Sacred Sound) 24:53
  • Terri Lyne Carrington "Facets Squared" from Structure (A C T) 31:07
  • Terri Lyne Carrington "Omega" from Structure (ACT) 37:30
  • Anika Nilles "Dark Chocolate" from For A Colourful Soul; (Sakurai Records) 43:50
  • Senri Kawaguchi "Blue Rondo" from Triangle Live in Yokohama (King Records) 49:57

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