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Richie Pratt

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Beginnings - Kansas City Richie Pratt (March 11, 1943 – February 12, 2015, born Richard Dean Tyree) was an American jazz drummer. He embarked upon a career as a professional musician on the New York scene in the early 1970s, it was as much due to an unanticipated sporting injury as anything else. Pratt was born into a musical family (his mother was a church pianist and a brother is saxophonist, Chris Burnett) and grew up in the Kansas City metro city of Olathe, Kansas. He first studied music via the piano, as well as, attended various music camps as a youth prior to attending college as a music major at the University of Kansas. Prolific Years - New York City Richie Pratt’s prolific tenure as a first-call percussionist on the highly competitive New York City music scene began after he suffered a career-ending injury during his second season with the Giants

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Terri Lyne Carrington: The Long Road

Read "Terri Lyne Carrington: The Long Road" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


"Better Git It in Your Soul," a perspicacious jazz man once communicated in a song title more than half a century ago. Drummer Terri Lyne Carrington wasn't even born yet, but she sure did have it in her soul upon arrival. Long before she was even aware of bassist Charles Mingus, the author of those words, ...

Album

Blues For Sarka

Label: Izuma Records
Released: 1998

Album

Surge

Label: Izuma Records
Released: 1992

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Oasis

Label: Stash Records
Released: 1981

Album

Frank Wess - Roland Hanna

Label: Stash Records
Released: 1980

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New York Jazz Quartet Goes Native

Label: Stash Records
Released: 1956


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