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Gene Krupa

The first drummer to be a superstar, Gene Krupa may not have been the most advanced drummer of the 1930s but he was in some ways the most significant. Prior to Krupa, drum solos were a real rarity and the drums were thought of as a merely supportive instrument. With his good looks and colorful playing, he became a matinee idol and changed the image of drummers forever.

Gene Krupa made history with his first record. For a session in 1927 with the McKenzie-Condon Chicagoans, he became the first musician to use a full drum set on records. He was part of the Chicago jazz scene of the 1920s before moving to New York and worked in the studios during the early years of the Depression. In December 1934 he joined Benny Goodman's new orchestra and for the next three years he was an important part of Goodman's pacesetting big band. Krupa, whose use of the bass drum was never too subtle, starred with the Goodman Trio and Quartet, and his lengthy drum feature "Sing, Sing, Sing" in 1937 was historic. After he nearly stole the show at Goodman's 1938 Carnegie Hall Concert, Krupa and Goodman had a personality conflict and the former soon departed to form his own orchestra. It took the drummer a while to realize with his band that drum solos were not required on every song! Such fine players as Vido Musso, Milt Raskin, Floyd O'Brien, Sam Donahue, Shorty Sherock, and the excellent singer Irene Daye were assets to the Krupa Orchestra and "Drum Boogie" was a popular number but it was not until 1941 when he had Anita O'Day and Roy Eldridge that Krupa's big band really took off. Among his hits from 1941-1942 were "Let Me Off Uptown," "After You've Gone," "Rockin' Chair" and "Thanks for the Boogie Ride." Krupa made several film appearances during this period, including a very prominent featured spot in the opening half-hour of the Howard Hawks comedy Ball of Fire, performing an extended version of "Drum Boogie" (with Roy Eldridge also featured), and William Dieterle's faux jazz history, Syncopation. Unfortunately, Krupa was arrested on a trumped-up drug charge in 1943, resulting in bad publicity, a short jail sentence, and the breakup of his orchestra.

In September 1943 he had an emotional reunion with Benny Goodman (who happily welcomed him back to the music world). Krupa also worked briefly with Tommy Dorsey before putting together another big band in them middle of 1944, this one with a string section. The strings only lasted a short time but he was able to keep the group working into 1951. Tenor saxophonist Charlie Ventura and pianist Teddy Napoleon had a trio hit in "Dark Eyes" (1945), Anita O'Day returned for a time in 1945 (scoring with "Opus No. 1") and, although his own style was unchanged (being a Dixieland drummer at heart), Krupa was one of the first swing big bandleaders to welcome the influence of bebop into his group's arrangements, some of which were written by Gerry Mulligan (most notably "Disc Jockey Jump"). Among the soloists in the second Krupa Orchestra were Don Fagerquist, Red Rodney, Ventura, altoist Charlie Kennedy, tenorman Buddy Wise, and in 1949 Roy Eldridge.

After breaking up his band in 1951, Krupa generally worked with trios or quartets (including such sidemen as Ventura, Napoleon, Eddie Shu, Bobby Scott, Dave McKenna, Eddie Wasserman, Ronnie Ball, Dave Frishberg, and John Bunch), toured with Jazz at the Philharmonic, ran a drum school with Cozy Cole and had occasional reunions with Benny Goodman. In 1959, Columbia Pictures released The Gene Krupa Story, a biographical drama based on Krupa's life starring Sal Mineo in the title role and Red Nichols in a supporting part. Gradually worsening health in the '60s resulted in him becoming semi-retired but Krupa remained a major name up until his death. Ironically his final recording was led by the same person who headed his first appearance on records, Eddie Condon. Gene Krupa's pre-war big-band records are gradually being released by the Classics label. ~ Scott Yanow
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Drummin' Man (2 CDs)

Disc 1

1. Apurksody

2. Drummin' Man

3. Rhythm Jam

4. Quiet And Roll 'Em

5. Tutti Frutti

6. Sweetheart, Honey, Darlin', Dear

7. Tuxedo Junction

8. Drum Boogie (1957)

9. Bolero At The Savoy

10. Let Me Off Uptown

11. Rockin' Chair

12. Massachusetts

13. After You've Gone

14. Skylark

15. Knock Me A Kiss

16. That's What You Think

Disc 2

1. Leave Us Leap

2. What's This?

3. Dark Eyes

4. Body And Soul

5. Opus #1

6. How High The Moon

7. Boogie Blues (1945)

8. Lover

9. Starburst

10. Gene's Boogie

11. Disc Jockey Jump

12. There Is No Breeze (To Cool The Flame Of Love)

13. Calling Doctor Gillespie

14. I Should Have Kept On Dreaming

15. Up An Atom

16. Lemon Drop

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Track List: Greatest Of Big Bands Vol 5: Gene Krupa - Part 1

1. Rhythm Jam

2. Tutti Frutti

3. Apurksody

4. Quiet And Roll'em

5. Jungle Madness

6. Old Black Joe

7. Drummin Man

8. Say Si Si

9. Love In My Heart

10. The Sargeant Was Shy

11. Who

12. Rhumboogie

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Track List: The Orchestra Ledgends

1. Boogie Blues

2. Stop The Red Light's On

3. Tea For Two

4. Let Me Off Uptown

5. Rockin' Chair

6. Begin The Beguine

7. How 'Bout That Mess?

8. Sing, Sing, Sing

9. Opus One

10. Grandfather's Clock

12. Swing Is Here

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Track List: Volume 10

1. The Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square

2. Two Dreams Met

3. You're Breaking My Heart All Over Again

4. Down Argentina Way

5. Moon Over Burma

6. High On A Windy Hill

7. I Hear Music

8. Like The Fella Once Said

9. Somewhere

10. I'd Know You Anywhere

11. How 'Bout That Mess

12. You Danced With Dynamite

13. When You Awake

14. It All Comes Back To Me Now

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Track List: Jazz Spectrum

1. Midget

2. Coronation Hop

3. Payin' Them Dues Blues

4. Capital Idea

5. Swedish Schnapps

6. Gene's Solo Flight

7. Showcase

8. Overtime

9. Bloozy Woozy

10. Meddle My Minor

11. Drum Boogie

12. Jumpin' At The Woodside

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Track List: Georgia On My Mind

Disc 1

1. Opus

2. Georgia On My Mind

3. Stop, The Red Light's On

4. Green Eyes

5. Slow Down

6. Tea For Two

7. Harriet

8. Chickery Chick

9. In The Middle Of May

10. Thanks For The Boogie Ride

Disc 2

1. Just A Little Bit South Of North Carolina

2. That Feeling In The Moonlight

3. The Walls Keep Talking

4. Let Me Off Uptown

5. That's What You Think

6. Massachusetts

7. Murder, He Says

8. Skylark

9. Boogie Blues

10. Bolero At The Savoy

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Track List: Drummer Man

Disc 1

1. Let Me off Uptown

2. Rockin' Chair

3. Opus One

4. Fish Fry

5. Drummin' Man

6. Drum Boogie

7. Boogie Blues

8. Leave Us Leap

9. Slow Down

10. Wire Brush Stomp

11. That's What You Think

12. After You've Gone

Disc 2

1. Margie

2. Mulligan Stew

3. Begin the Beguine

4. Sugar

5. The Way of All Flesh

6. Disc Jockey Jump

7. Birds of a Feather

8. Sometimes I'm Happy

9. How High the Moon

10. If You Were the Only Girl

11. Yardbird Suite

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Track List: The Very Best Of Gene Krupa

1. Bugle Call Rag

2. Drum Boogie (1957)

3. Out Of Nowhere

4. Ellington Medley

5. King Porter Stomp

6. The Man I Love

7. I'll Never Be The Same

8. Rockin' Chair

9. All By Myself

10. It's Up To You

11. USO

12. Indiana

13. How High The Moon (1946)

14. Opus One

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Track List: Greatest Of Big Bands Vol 5 - Gene Krupa - Part 2

1. Drum Boogie

2. Freen Eyes

3. Let Me Off Uptown

4. After You've Gone

5. Rockin' Chair

6. The Walls Keep Talking

7. Bolero At The Savoy

8. Thanks For The Boogie Ride

9. Ball Of Fir

10. That's What You Think

11. That Drummer's Band

12. Massachusetts

13. Leave Vs Keep

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Track List: Forever Blowing Bubbles

1. Watch Out (Feat. Dolores Hawkins & Roy Eldridge)

2. Swiss (Feat. Delores Hawkins, Bill Black & Roy Eldridge)

3. Why Fall In Love With A Stranger (Feat. Bill Black)

4. Dust (Feat. Bill Black)

5. These Foolish Things

6. Ain't Misbehavin'

7. Honeysuckle Rose

8. Handful Of Keys

9. Black And Blue

10. I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling

11. Blue Turning Grey Over You

12. Cincinnati Dancing Pig (Feat. Bobby Scoots)

13. Swingin' Doors (Feat. Bobby Scoots)

14. Off And On (Feat. Joe Tucker)

15. At The Jazz Band Ball

16. I Want Gold In My Pockets (Feat. Bobby Scoots)

17. Bonaparte's Retreat (Feat. Bobby Scoots)

18. My Scandinavian Baby (Feat. Bobby Scoots)

19. Walkin' The Blues (Feat. Bobby Scoots)

20. Panhandle Rag (Feat. Bobby Scoots)

21. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles

22. Blues My Naughty Sweety Gives To Me (Feat. Bobby Scoots)

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Track List: Ten Best

1. Indiana

2. Bugle Call Rag

3. How High The Moon

4. I'll Never Be The Same

5. Rockin' Chair

6. U.S.O

7. Drum Boogie

8. It's Up To You

9. The Man I Love

10. Opus One

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Track List: Drummin' Man

1. Drummin'man

2. Let Me Off Uptown

3. Ball Of Fire

4. Drum Boogie

5. After You've Gone

6. Opus One

7. Lover

8. Massachussetts

9. How 'bout That Mess

10. Rockin'chair

11. Rhumboogie

12. Apurksody

13. Georgia On My Mind

14. Quiet & Roll'em

15. No Name Jive

16. Bolero At The Savoy

17. Leave Us Leap

18. Swing Is Here

19. I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music

20. Sing! Sing! Sing!

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Track List: The Chronological Classics: Gene Krupa 1952-1953

1. St. Louis Blues

2. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone

3. Stardust

4. Perdido

5. Fine's Idea

6. Drum Boogie

11. Moon Over The Ruined Castle

12. How High The Moon

15. Capital Idea

16. Coronation Hop

17. Paradise

18. Overtime

19. Imagination

20. Don't Take Your Love From Me

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Track List: Drumming Man

1. Leave Us Leap

2. Tuxedo Junction

3. Drummin' Man

4. That's What You Think

5. Tiger Rag

6. Knock Me A Kiss

7. Bolero At The Savoy

8. That Feeling In The Moonlight

9. I Don't Want To Be Loved

10. Chickery Chick

11. Just A Little Fond Affection

13. We'll gather lilacs

16. It's a Good Day

19. Dreams Are A Dime A Dozen

20. How High The Moon

21. Same Old Blues

22. Up An Atom

23. Old Devil Moon

24. Calling Doctor Gillespie

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Track List: Diamond Master Series - Gene Krupa

1. Drummin' Man

2. Sing! Sing! Sing!

3. How High The Moon

4. After You've Gone

5. Ball Of Fire

6. Lover

7. Massachussetts

8. Rockin' Chair

9. Let Me Off Uptown

10. Drum Boogie

11. Opus One

12. How 'bout That Mess

13. Rhumboogie

14. Georgia On My Mind

15. No Name Jive

16. Leave Us Leap

17. I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music

18. Apurksody

19. Quiet & Roll'em

20. Bolero At The Savoy

21. Swing Is Here

22. The Lady's In Love With You (Feat. Irene Daye)

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Track List: 1946 Live!

1. Introduction (January 8, 1946 Palladium Los Angeles)

2. Begin The Beguine (January 8, 1946 Palladium Los Angeles)

3. Autumn Serenade (January 8, 1946 Palladium Los Angeles)

4. Bolero At The Savoy (January 8, 1946 Palladium Los Angeles)

5. I Surrender Dear (January 8, 1946 Palladium Los Angeles)

6. That Feeling In The Moonlight (January 8, 1946 Palladium Los Angeles)

7. Limehouse Blues (January 8, 1946 Palladium Los Angeles)

8. Just A Little Fond Affection (January 8, 1946 Palladium Los Angeles)

9. Leave Us Leap (January 8, 1946 Palladium Los Angeles)

10. Introduction (March 31, 1946 Culver City California)

11. Hop Skip And Jump (March 31, 1946 Culver City California)

12. We'll Gather Lilacs (March 31, 1946 Culver City California)

13. These Foolish Things (March 31, 1946 Culver City California)

14. Everybody Knew But Me (March 31, 1946 Culver City California)

15. The Man I Love (March 31, 1946 Culver City California)

16. Out Of Nowhere (March 31, 1946 Culver City California)

17. I Hear You Screaming (March 31, 1946 Culver City California)

18. Introduction (September 5, 1946 Navy Show)

19. How High The Moon (September 5, 1946 Navy Show)

20. I Don't Know Why (September 5, 1946 Navy Show)

21. Tea For Two (September 5, 1946 Navy Show)

22. Bird House (September 5, 1946 Navy Show)

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Track List: 1939-43 Broadcasts

1. Introduction (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

2. Cherokee (Noble) (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

3. Dialog (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

4. My Prayer (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

5. Three Little Words (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

6. Ciribiribin (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

7. Lilacs In The Rain (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

8. Dialog On Drumming (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

9. I'd Like To Call You My Sweetheart (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

10. Marcheta (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

11. Dialog (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

12. Symphony In Riffs -Closing- (September 1939 Show Of The Week)

13. Introduction (11/2/1939 Young Man With A Band Show)

14. On The Beam (11/2/1939 Young Man With A Band Show)

15. I'd Like To Recognize The Tune (11/2/1939 Young Man With A Band Show)

16. Krupa History (11/2/1939 Young Man With A Band Show)

17. I Want A Big Fat Mama (1/14/1943)

18. Who (1/9/1943)

19. Blue Skies (1/14/1943)

20. I Had The Craziest Dream (Panther Room Hotel Herman Chicago 2/7/1943)

21. Wire Brush Stomp (Panther Room Hotel Herman Chicago 2/7/1943)

22. Slender, Tender, And Tall (Panther Room Hotel Herman Chicago 2/7/1943)

23. Blue Rhythm Fantasy (Panther Room Hotel Herman Chicago 2/7/1943)

24. Drum Boogie (Panther Room Hotel Herman Chicago 2/8/1943)

25. Buster's Last Stand (Panther Room Hotel Herman Chicago 2/8/1943)

26. Ventura (Panther Room Hotel Herman Chicago 2/8/1943)

27. Knock Me A Kiss (Panther Room Hotel Herman Chicago 2/9/1943)

28. (Ya' Can't Get) Stuff In Your Cuff (Panther Room Hotel Herman Chicago 2/9/1943)

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Track List: Gene Krupa Plays Gerry Mulligan

1. Bird House

2. Margie

3. Mulligan Stew

4. Begin The Beguin

5. Sugar

6. The Way Of All Flesh

7. Disk Jocey Jump

8. Birds Of A Feather

9. Somtimes I`m Happy

10. How High The Moon

11. If You Were The Only Girl

12. Yarbird Suite

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Track List: The Big Noise From Winnetka

1. Big Noise From Winnetka

2. Take The A Train

3. Some Of These Days

4. Sweet Georgia Brown

5. Petit Fleur

6. Lonesome Road

7. Don't Be That Way

Comments

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My brother, also a drummer, was a friend of Gene Krupa's. Gene was performing in Washington, D. C. and my brother invited him over to our table and he was one of the nicest persons that I've ever met. Down to earth with a fantastic personality! If he had an ego, he never showed it. My brother said that whenever they spoke on the phone, he would close the conversation with God bless you. Not only a great musician, but an even greater human being. RIP Gene Krupa.
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m73bautch
Gene was and is THE BEST there ever was or will be. I admire him not only as a musician, but as a person. Swing it, Mr. Gene!
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Saw Gene Krupa lots of years ago...absolu t e l y astounding!
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My daughter is doing a project on Gene....she picked him because they share the same birthday. I love that she's into Jazz
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Paradise - Gene Krupa: Nice to hear Gene's band in a soft and subtle mood for a change instead of bashing us about the ears with his drumming artistry as though reminding us every time that he was the greatest.
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Just good stuff!! Aloha!! And glad my favorite uncle introduced me to all this way back)) It drives yeah!! Mahalo Nui Loa:-))
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hey studioarts give the drummer a chance!!
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gerardosanti a g o 3
Gene was and will always be my favorite drummer; big band & small group drummer and band leader. Saw him many times; met him at the Metropole, asked me if I wanted an autograph, I told him I just wanted to shake his hand. Last time I saw him was July 4, 1973 in Queens, N.Y.; next morning my son was born. Saw one of my favorite jazz people for the last time, and my son for the first time. Have all his records (78's, 45's,EP's, Lp's & CD's; also DVD's. God Bless you Gene.
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It violates Gene Krupa's God given sacred unique individualit y to compare him to anyone else.He is the greatest boogie woogie drummer that has ever been.The esoteric greatness of Buddy Rich cannot compare to the popular appeal of Krupa's easily understood simplicity.
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studioarts
Someone should mention how good his bands were. his drumming aside.
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had only we known...
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Met him in Chicago just after watching The Gene Krupa Quartet. Such a nice man &friendly!
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Love this so much
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Well I think Gene Krupa was very advanced as a drummer of the 1930s. If you would look at the great company he kept, like Buddy Rich! You just can't unring that bell.
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brazzcom
You missed mentioning one his most important recordings with Bud(dy?) Rich
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dmac333100 I pattern all my drumming after Gene Krupa's. His syncopated stye and rim shots are awesome.
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An incredible influence to my musical tastes and drum playing!!
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Turns out I'm another gene krupa lost cousin.
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levyaahron
I had the pleasure and opportunity to meet Gene and get to know him (a little). He was a pleasure to sit and talk to. My love of drums began with the first time I listened to Sing,Sing,Si n g . My drumming never approached his quality or dedication. Gene always practiced. He would go out into the woods behind his house and practice for hours-daily. What
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If only recording technology was better back then...
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I wish Gene could have stuck around longer and recorded more in his later years so that the full sound of his drumming could be appreciated; the old 30's and 40's stuff just doesn't do it justice. I love the Rich/Krupa Drum Battle; 2 of the best and most entertaining drummers ever. So different in style and technique yet so respectful of each other's talent.
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I have been playing drums for over 40 years - and Gene had a part in my style of drumming. I enjoyed listening to his free flowing driving beat and of course his verbal grunts and moans - To me he and Keith Moon had alot in common - Thank you Gene -
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hfmcgrail
Gene Krupa was family...he and my grandmother were first cousins and very close in their younger days.
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blwhit2
Gene Krupa was the greatest drummer that ever lived. I studied under him for several years before his deatth I have several of his recordings. Do you have any of his records?
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I met Gene at the Metropole Cafe in midtown..He was on the same bill as Cozy Cole, at the time I Was taking lessons from Cozy in between sets. Upstairs on the third floor.Otherw i s e at the school with Gene. I true gentlemen, and between him and
Cozy on the bill.. Good teaching. and great music. Both left us to early.. They must have some group up there now.

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