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Jamal Dickerson

A native of Camden, New Jersey, Jamal P. Dickerson started formal music studies during grade school. By high school he was studying with many Philadelphia jazz greats, including Terrell Stafford, Tim Warfield, Shirley Scott, Cullen Knight, and Leon Mitchell. He is a trumpeter and world percussionist, with emphasis on West African music. He received a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from Morgan State University in 1999 and a Masters in Public Administration from Rutgers in 2010. During a thirty day intensive in Guinea, West Africa he studied Djembe family percussion, Balafon and Kora, under the direction of Moussa Diabate, with the African National Ballet, Les Ballet Africain De Guinea

Album

Time & Space

Label: Independent Release
Released: 2010
Track listing: Work Hard; What's Wrong?; Time & Space I; Don't Fit; One + One; Wonderland; Pickin' Up; Time & Space II; Finally; Love Souldier; Blue Light


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