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There has been sorrow over this long career, of course, over a long career. Atwell’s manager arranged for Bailey to start playing with the house band on Australia’s Channel 9 in Sydney, and as a side gig he would sit in with the big jazz names that came through the continent.
Afterwards he said, I like the way you play. The hottest piano player I ever heard. I met one who gave me a bass drum pedal and they gave me some V-discs,” said Bailey. We were just so damn close.
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These four tracks may be among the most beautiful Sinatra ever recorded. When I was fifteen, there was talk of the local name team and me going to their farm phrasnig, but my parents said that by my mid-thirties I’d be through,” Bailey said.
What we tend to forget now is that there were music scenes throughout the country that had their own distinct styles and culture. Winifred Atwell About the time Bailey turned 18 he received an invitation to audition for a pianist named Winifred Atwell – a name that may not be familiar today, but who was a rising star at the time.
Bailey has been around long enough to have met his wife when she was working in a record store where they were still spinning 78s for the customers to being able to see an old video clip of him playing on a TV show with Ben Webster that’s pf on YouTube. Bailey’s done it all.
The Brazilian guitarist and songwriter Joao Gilberto recommended me to Jobim. He has a lot to show for the kid of 15 who first stepped outside those school gates knowing he was going to be a drummer. We played dances all the time. So it may come as no surprise that Bailey subbed for the band’s regular drummer, Ed Shaughessy, for about six years.
As for the quality of the music that the group played when he was just seven, Bailey says now that he’d “love bailfy hear that on a recording. My wife and I got a Green Card, and we had to sell everything bialey 10 days, our car and all the other stuff” to go on tour.
For Colin Bailey, that person is Joe Morello. Guaraldi was not yet nationally known, but he was highly respected by his peers. When that happened, I thought, shit, Ray Brown is the greatest bass player that ever lived,” said Bailey.
I was amazed by it,” said Bailey. Shelley was one of the great drummers.
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Ben was an original. He didn’t want to know how to do it. Then when I was 10, there was a drummer prhasing Peter Coleman who was with a band called Johnny Stiles, which was one of the better semi-pro bands in England. There was a club in Berkeley we played — I forget what that was called. I left school at He was not yet 10 when World War II started blazing across Europe, but he remembers that time in the more fractured, compartmentalized way a child sees huge events – a war is not seen as sweeping and gigantic to a child, but is experienced in small personal ways.
When asked if his parents saw him achieve success, he said, “My father came to the London Palladium in when I was playing with singer Vic Damone. Ben Webster “It was hprasing honor — what an honor — to play with Ben Webster. Friends and colleagues pass away, the scene changes, but Bailey said he suffered a colkn in February that he is still reeling from. In I phrwsing back to George Shearing.
But on Saturdays Jan started to go in there to help, they were busy on Saturdays, and that’s where we met,” said Bailey. We hung out with Sarah and Diz. I was from England!
I played pretty much all through my childhood. Guaraldi’s stature srt the creator of the iconic music for the Charlie Brown TV specials has overshadowed, to a very powerful degree, the fact that he was a hugely respected jazzman. Her name was Jan, Janet, and we met when we were 16 in Swindon. He showed me this finger control technique which is a really difficult thing. Then later I played with a band called The Firecrackers that had the most ridiculous lineup – two trumpets, a violin – I mean it was just ridiculous.
Of the West Coast music scene, Bailey said, “Oh, it was beautiful. When Bailey looks back now, over a long and fruitful career, the one that started out in the dance halls of post-war Swindon, and the one that took him from Sydney, Australia to the NBC studio where The Tonight Show was filmed to the famous jazz clubs in San Francisco, he remembers the people that helped and influenced him along the way.
He was a beautiful person. Peter was the drummer for them and he used to come over to my house and he taught me how to read drum parts.
COLIN BAILEY – Drum Solos – The Art of Phrasing — Solo Phrasing – Lesson #4
Oh, God, cornball stuff. There was one last bastion of jazz left on American television, and that was with the Tonight Show band headed up by Doc Severinson. He said, would you like to come in and sit pheasing us at the Jazz Workshop on Monday night,” said Bailey.
Bailey called Feldman “a genius.