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Although he has appeared on a countless number of studio sessions, this release was (with the exception of an obscure Japanese date in 1984) drummer Steve Gadd's debut as a leader. The Gadd Gang (comprised of the drummer, guitarist Cornell Dupree, bassist Eddie Gómez and Richard Tee on keyboards) was a likable unit that blended together jazz, R&B and some groovin' funk. With the addition of a horn section arranged by David Matthews, the group plays Bob Dylan's "Watching the River Flow," and Wilton Felder's "Way Back Home," a medley of "Honky Tonk" and "I Can't Stop Loving You," and some basic band originals that can appeal to a wide audience.

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Folks check out your history on the musicians in this band. Their session work is peerless. Richard Tee, the keyboardist has probably been heard on more recordings and copied more than any other keyboardist in modern times. Let's not forget Eddie Gomez with Bill Evans and everyone else. These guys set the standards for recording. Don't just listen to Gadd and these guys for the hot licks, listen to their music and the groove. If you can find it on vinyl, check out the band "Stuff", of course with Richard, Gadd, Eric Gale and A. Jackson. Not enough space here for the respect I have for these guys, but your drum teacher was right on the mark...and then some.

preety good

this music is pretty good it haas great drumming i would suggest it

i like it

my frum teacher told me to look up steve gadd. its preety cool heh


Born: 1945 in Rochester, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

A well-respected drummer who has appeared in many types of settings in many genres, Steve Gadd's impressive technique and flexibility have been influential during the past 20 years. He started playing drums at the age of three, sat in with Dizzy Gillespie when he was 11, and after extensive study and a stint in the Army, Gadd became an important studio drummer beginning in 1972. Among his more significant jazz associations have been with Chick Corea (starting in 1975), Bob James, Al DiMeola, Tom...
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The Gadd Gang, Steve Gadd
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  • $6.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Fusion
  • Released: Sep 08, 1987

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