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Roy Haynes

A veteran drummer long overshadowed by others, but finally gaining recognition for his talents and versatility, Roy Haynes has been a major player since the 1940s. He worked early on with the Sabby Lewis big band, Frankie Newton, Luis Russell (1945-1947), and Lester Young (1947-1949). After some engagements with Kai Winding, Haynes was a member of the Charlie Parker Quintet (1949-1952); he also recorded during this era with Bud Powell, Wardell Gray, and Stan Getz. Haynes toured the world with Sarah Vaughan (1953-1958); played with Thelonious Monk in 1958; led his own group; and gigged with George Shearing, Lennie Tristano, Eric Dolphy, and Getz (1961). He was Elvin Jones' occasional substitute with John Coltrane's classic quartet during 1961-1965, toured with Getz (1965-1967), and was with Gary Burton (1967-1968). In addition to touring with Chick Corea (1981 and 1984) and Pat Metheny (1989-1990), Haynes has led his own Hip Ensemble on and off during the past several decades. When one considers that he has also gigged with Miles Davis, Art Pepper, Horace Tapscott, and Dizzy Gillespie, it is fair to say that Haynes has played with about everyone. He led dates for EmArcy and Swing (both in 1954), New Jazz (1958 and 1960), Impulse (a 1962 quartet album with Roland Kirk), Pacific Jazz, Mainstream, Galaxy, Dreyfus, Evidence, and Storyville. In 1994, Haynes was awarded the Danish Jazzpar prize, and two years later, he received the prestigious French Chevalier des l'Ordres Artes et des Lettres. In the late '90s, Haynes formed a trio with pianist Danilo Perez and bassist John Pattitucci, and they released their debut album, The Roy Haynes Trio Featuring Danilo Perez & John Pattitucci, in early 2000 on Verve. Haynes' son Graham is an excellent cornetist. Haynes paid tribute to Charlie Parker in 2001 with Birds of a Feather, his fourth release for the Dreyfus Jazz label, which was subsequently nominated for a Grammy in 2002; Fountain of Youth followed two years later. Also released in 2004, Quiet Fire compiled two of his prior releases for Galaxy (1977's Thank You Thank You and 1978's Vistalite) into one back-to-back record. Whereas appeared in mid-2006, and it earned Haynes a Grammy nomination for Best Jazz Instrumental Solo. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi
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poppa_bear49
Roy Haynes is truly...Roy- A l t y ! ! !
Wow, I 've been telling people about Mr.Haynes, my father put me down in the "60s" what a dad!!!
Saw Haynes at Jacksonville , Fl. Jazz Festival a few years ago. What energy for a guy in his 80's! fabulous!
MOODS NEVER STAY THE SAME. And what ever they are there is a Pandora station to keep them company. No, moods never stay the same...and aren't you glad. ( I should be a Pandora ad writer)
SOUL.Soul in that sax,FISH AND GRITS,LIMA BEANS AND HAMHOCKS
billoright
Could be Craig Handy on tenor. Kikoski is blistering good on this date as well. Great stuff.
its actually Phineas Newborn Jr. on the keys...
It is incomplete! It would be nice to know all of the instrumental players (and singers for sung pieces in general)
It is traditional in jazz recording to list the players on the date. That's probably Hank Jones on piano in After Hours from We Three, and the playing is masterful, but it would be wonderful to know for sure. This Genome project is just incomplete without this kind of documentatio n .
David Kikoski does a fascinating job of playing piano on Roy Haynes' album, Homecoming.
keypp9
Haynes is like a second father to me; that's my elder & teacher.
I REGRET SLEEPING ON HAYNES TALENT YEARS AGO BUT IS TRULY BLESS TO HAVE COME UPON HIS TALENTS HE'S TRULY A MASTER DRUMMER !!
Tenor night - keep it right there!
After Hours is a great tune with exceptional work by overlooked Phineas Newborn
twomedicine1
First time I've listened to him. Very cool!!
seen roy at gullivers w.paterson nj 1971 was on fire
I had the oportunity to see Mr Roy Haynes like 3 years ago in Washington DC at the Covention Center,and for me was like to see play Chano Pozo,Art Blake,Tony Willian,Max Roach,Elvin Jones all together in one solo. That much energe comes out that cat.
mwolfson8
After Hours by Roy. Have you ever heard anything better?
very very very swinging
thank you Roy Haynes
very smooth very real one of the best of all time
very good.
One of the greatest of all jazz drummers. I saw him on his 80th birthday celebration with Chick Corea, Gary Burton, Christian McBride, Nicolas Payton, Kenny Garrett and Mr. Haynes was PHENOMENAL. Played like he was a 25 year old genius... So much energy and love... Inspiring!
seen roy at gullivers in west paterson nj in 1971. mr snap crackle pop
Very, very tasty . . .
Wow!
hmorrisjr
The master is still among us.

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