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Tentet plays six Parker originals and two standards. Teamwork in playing leader's quirky Monk-like themes is most evident. A fine outing. ~ Michael G. Nastos, Rovi


Born: 30 October 1926 in Oran, Algeria

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Errol Parker's music, though largely overlooked by the jazz establishment, was quite fresh and original. Utilizing poly-tonality (playing in two keys at once), simultaneous soloing, and his own drumming (which achieves an African sound by substituting a conga for the snare drum), Parker's tentet sounded unlike any other group. Mostly self-taught on piano, he moved to Paris in 1947 to study sculpture but was soon playing jazz. Parker (under his original name Raph Schecroun) recorded on sessions led...
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