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Gerry Gibbs

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Gerry Gibbs was born in New York City on January 15, 1964. His father is jazz vibraphone legend & bandleader Terry Gibbs. Gerry grew up in Southern California and started playing the drums at the age of 4. By the time he was 7 years old, Gerry had already appeared on a few Television shows. On The Steve Allen Show in 1971, Gerry played a 3 minute drum solo and later, on the show To Tell The Truth, Gerry traded drum choruses with TV celebrity Bob Crane (who played Hogan on the hit TV show Hogan’s Heroes). By the time he was 18, Gerry had already become a professional musician

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Trios, Duos and Solos

Read "Trios, Duos and Solos" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This show focuses mainly on the smallest units of jazz interaction, trios and duos, with a couple of solo performances thrown in along the way. Artists heard on the program include Matthew Shipp, the collective trio Air, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Adam Larson and Bill Frisell. There is also a special mention of bassist Charnett Moffett, who passed ...

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Article: Year in Review

Doug Hall's Best Recordings Of 2021

Read "Doug Hall's Best Recordings Of 2021" reviewed by Doug Hall


To echo the converging sentiments and “high-fives" for a slew of extraordinary releases under a continued full-frontal assault of Covid Revenge part 2, there is a lot to embrace. I found myself sweeping though streaming releases and recordings of a vast variety of jazz genre. Seeing new faces and old and making discoveries. Such a wide ...

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Songs from My Father

Label: Whaling City Sound
Released: 2021
Track listing: Disc 1: Kick Those Feet; Smoke ‘Em Up; Bopstacle Course; Nutty Notes; Take It from Me; Sweet Young Song of Love; The Fat Man; Lonely Days; Hey Chick. Disc 2: Townhouse; T&S; 4 AM; Waltz for My Children; Hippie Twist; Lonely Dreams; For Keeps; Pretty Blue Eyes; Gibberish; Tango for Terry.

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Gerry Gibbs, Billy Test & John Armato

Read "Gerry Gibbs, Billy Test & John Armato" reviewed by Joe Dimino


From a musician whose album is making waves, we kick of this episode with Kansas City drummer John Armato and a track from his 2021 release The Drummer Loves Ballads. From there, it's Brother Malcom via Christian McBride from his album Relief, Gerry Gibbs and a song from his Songs From My Father (with Chick Corea). ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Singing Their Praises

Read "Singing Their Praises" reviewed by H William Stine


Don't you love it when Nat Cole sings one of his signature songs, for instance, "Smile?" Someone else sang that this week. What about any recordings of Sinatra singing “Angel Eyes?" Someone else sang that too, because this week great singers and musicians paid tribute to other great singers and musicians in a two-hour love fest of ...

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Article: Album Review

Gerry Gibbs: Songs from My Father

Read "Songs from My Father" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Drummer Gerry Gibbs pays tribute to father Terry Gibbs on the amazing nineteen-track double-CD set Songs from My Father featuring a guest appearance by the ninety-seven-year-old vibraphonist on one track, among other surprises, including the last studio performance by the late jazz icon Chick Corea, who also wrote “Tango for Terry" for this homage and is ...

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Article: Album Review

Gerry Gibbs Thrasher Dream Trios: Songs from My Father

Read "Songs from My Father" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Songs from My Father. What a marvelous idea!—and not simply for the sentiment. Drummer Gerry Gibbs' father happens to be Hall of Fame vibraphonist (and sometime song writer) Terry Gibbs, who is still on the scene at ninety-seven (and, in fact, making a guest appearance on the first disc of this superlative two-CD set). Eighteen of ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Gerry Gibbs & The Electric Thrasher Orchestra, Djabe, John McLaughlin, Dave Holland and Ant Law

Read "Gerry Gibbs & The Electric Thrasher Orchestra, Djabe, John McLaughlin, Dave Holland and Ant Law" reviewed by Len Davis


Music today from Gerry Gibbs playing the music of Miles Davis. Hungarian band Djabe, live with Steve Hackett, English guitarist Ant Law, and bassist Dave Holland from his latest Another Land . John McLaughlin introduces the tune “Dear Dalai Lama." Playlist Gerry Gibbs “Miles Runs The Voodoo Down" from The Music of Miles Davis ...

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Distant Duos -Cheryl Pyle and Friends

Label: 11th Street Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Cheryl Pyle-c flute /alto flute 1 -Distant Duo with Max Ridgway 2 -Distant Duo with Haruna Fukazawa 3-Distant Duo with Axel Weiss 4-Distant Duo with Premik Russsell Tubbs 5- Distant Duo with Judi Silvano 6-Distant Duo with Christiaan De Jong 7-Distant Duo with Hans Peter Salentin 8-Distant Duo with Tom Shad 9-Distant Duo with Gerry Gibbs 10-Distant Duo with Biggi Vinkeloe 11-Distant Duo with Puma Perl 12-Distant Duo with Susan Yung 13- Distant Duo with Michael Eaton


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