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Joe Chambers

Joe Chambers

born on 25/6/1942 in Stoneacre (VA), Canada

Joe Chambers

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Joe Chambers (born June 25, 1942, near Philadelphia[1]) is an American jazz drummer, pianist, vibraphonist and composer. He attended the Philadelphia Conservatory for one year.[2] In the 1960s and 1970s Chambers gigged with many high-profile artists such as Eric Dolphy, Charles Mingus, Wayne Shorter, and Chick Corea. He has released eight albums as a bandleader and been a member of several incarnations of Max Roach's M'Boom percussion ensemble.[3]

He has also taught, including at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City, where he leads the Outlaw Band.[4][5][6][7] In 2008, he was hired to be the Thomas S. Kenan Distinguished Professor of Jazz in the Department of Music at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.[8]

Discography

As leader

  • 1974: The Almoravid (Muse)
  • 1976: New World (Finite)
  • 1977: Double Exposure (Muse)
  • 1981: New York Concerto (Baystate)
  • 1991: Phantom of the City
  • 1998: Mirrors (Blue Note)
  • 2006: The Outlaw (Savant)
  • 2010: Horace to Max (Savant)
  • 2012: Joe Chambers Moving Pictures Orchestra (Savant)
  • 2016: Landscapes (Savant)

As sideman

With Franck Amsallem

With Chet Baker
  • Peace (Enja, 1982)

With Donald Byrd

  • Mustang! (Blue Note, 1964)
  • Fancy Free (Blue Note, 1969)

With Chick Corea

  • Tones for Joan's Bones (Atlantic, 1966)

With Stanley Cowell

  • Brilliant Circles (Freedom, 1972)
  • Back to the Beautiful (Concord, 1989)

With Miles Davis

  • The Complete In a Silent Way Sessions (Columbia, 1969)

With Art Farmer

  • Something Tasty (Baystate, 1979)

With Don Friedman

With Joe Henderson

  • Mode for Joe (Blue Note, 1966)
  • Big Band (Verve, 1992)

With Andrew Hill

  • Andrew!!! (Blue Note, 1964)
  • One For One (Blue Note, 1965)
  • Compulsion!!!!! (Blue Note, 1965)

With Freddie Hubbard

  • Breaking Point (Blue Note, 1964)

With Bobby Hutcherson

  • Dialogue (Blue Note, 1965)
  • Components (Blue Note, 1965)
  • Happenings (Blue Note, 1966)
  • Spiral (Blue Note, 1965–1968)
  • Oblique (Blue Note, 1967)
  • Patterns (Blue Note, 1968)
  • Total Eclipse (Blue Note, 1968)
  • Medina, (Blue Note, 1969)
  • Now!, (Blue Note, 1969)
  • Blow Up, (JMY, 1969 released 1990)

With Lee Konitz

  • Figure & Spirit (Progressive, 1976)

With Hubert Laws

  • Wild Flower (Atlantic, 1972)

With M'Boom

  • Re: Percussion (Strata-East, 1973)
  • M'Boom (Columbia, 1979)
  • Collage (Soul Note, 1984)
  • To the Max! (Enja, 1990–91)

With Charles Mingus

  • Charles Mingus and Friends in Concert (Columbia, 1972)
  • Something Like a Bird (Atlantic, 1978)
  • Me, Myself an Eye (Atlantic, 1978)

With Sam Rivers

  • Contours, (Blue Note, 1965)

With Woody Shaw

  • In the Beginning (Muse, 1965 [1983])
  • The Iron Men with Anthony Braxton (Muse, 1977 [1980])

With Archie Shepp

  • Fire Music (Impulse!, 1965)
  • On This Night (Impulse!, 1965)
  • New Thing at Newport (Impulse!, 1965) (also features a set by John Coltrane)
  • For Losers (Impulse!, 1969)
  • Kwanza (Impulse!, 1969)
  • On Green Dolphin Street (Denon, 1978)

With Wayne Shorter

  • Et Cetera (Blue Note, 1965)
  • The All Seeing Eye (Blue Note, 1965)
  • Adam's Apple (Blue Note, 1966)
  • Schizophrenia (Blue Note, 1967)

With Ed Summerlin

  • Sum of the Parts (Ictus, 1998)

With The Super Jazz Trio

  • The Super Jazz Trio (Baystate, 1978)
  • Something Tasty (Baystate, 1979)
  • The Standard (Baystate, 1980)

With Hidefumi Toki

  • City (Baystate, 1978)

With Charles Tolliver

  • Paper Man (Freedom, 1968 [1975])

With McCoy Tyner

  • Tender Moments (Blue Note, 1967)

With Miroslav Vitous

  • Infinite Search, (Embryo, 1969)

With Tyrone Washington

  • Natural Essence (Blue Note, 1967)

With Joe Zawinul

  • Zawinul (Atlantic, 1970)

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