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Peter Erskine

A highly skilled, versatile drummer, Peter Erskine has anchored big bands and jazz-rock/fusion groups. He's known for sophisticated rhythms, distinctive accompaniment, and powerful, rippling solos. Erskine began drumming at three, and participated in Stan Kenton's National Stage Band Camps from the age of six. He studied with Alan Dawson and Ed Soph, attending the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan and Indiana University. He played with Kenton from 1972 to 1975, then from 1976 to 1978 with Maynard Ferguson. Erskine joined Weather Report in 1978, and was their drummer and percussionist until 1982. He also did several West Coast sessions in the late '70s, and was a member of Steps and Steps Ahead. During the '80s he worked with John Abercrombie's groups and the quartet Bass Desires. Erskine has recorded as a leader for Contemporary, Denon, Ah Um, RCA/Novus, and Passport Jazz. He's worked with Joe Farrell, Marc Johnson, Mike Brecker, Randy Brecker, John Scofield, Bob Mintzer, Lew Soloff, Kenny Kirkland, Mike Mandel, and Kenny Werner, among others. He has several sessions available on CD. ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi
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alfred_heath
His drumsticks are paintbrushes ; he makes his canvas the groove and dynamic pulse of the music. Love it.
brooksdrums
I love the cymbal work and the sophisticate d patterns he plays on the kit.
Scolastic rocks !!! X
Takes me back to a very happy time in my life. Had a good buddy that absolutely loved this session. Tipped a few scotch's and smoked a few cigars celebrating our successes with this as the soundtrack. My friend passed shortly after that, if your listening MN.......... . t h i s one's for you. I hope your resting easy, enjoying a Lake Michigan sunset, listening to some great jazz.
He is the roux and music the gumbo.
Erskine can pull a lot of color out of the kit. Cymbal work alone is great
erikputzrath
Ridiculous website that makes it so difficult (or impossible) to find out who the other musicians are. Piano? Bass?
The range of sounds and moods he can create from a set of drums is inspiring. He gives that instrument a voice that is human, animal, like a force of nature....Al i v e ! One of the best musicians around.
I like a drummer who doesn't overplay. Esrskine is great at this. He also surrounds himself with some heavy hitters...Br e c k e r brothers. I like this.
Jess

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