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Genre: Jazz
Styles: Avant-Garde Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Modern Creative
Instruments: Drums

Although jazz drummer Gerald Cleaver has been known in the Detroit area as a great musician and educator since the early '90s, he was not so well-known to listeners outside of the Midwest until an explosion of recordings released starting in 1999 brought his powerful and tasteful drumming to the attention of jazz listeners everywhere.

Born and raised in Detroit, Cleaver became deeply involved with the jazz scene there, working with respected area musicians including bassist Ali Muhammad Jackson, trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, tenor saxophonist Donald Walden, bassist Rodney Whitaker (on Hidden Kingdoms), guitarist A. Spencer Barefield, reedsman Wendell Harrison, and many others. An NEA fellowship allowed Cleaver to study with drummer Victor Lewis; Cleaver then earned a music degree from the University of Michigan. During his years as a student, he had a band with keyboardist Craig Taborn called the Tracey Science Quartet. Cleaver went on to become a jazz educator after graduating and began teaching in Detroit in the early '90s, later joined the jazz faculty at the University of Michigan.

Splitting time between Detroit and NYC, Cleaver has worked with a long list of great jazz leaders including Roscoe Mitchell (most recently on 1999's Nine to Get Ready), Henry Threadgill, Jacky Terrasson, Hank Jones, Tommy Flanagan, Charles Gayle, Reggie Workman, and Eddie Harris, among others. In 2000, Cleaver is heard in a number of groups, including the Joe Morris Quartet (with releases on Omnitone and Knitting Factory), the Matthew Shipp Quartet (Pastoral Composure), young bassist Chris Lightcap's debut as a leader, Lay-Up, and on vocalist Rene Marie's Maxjazz release. Cleaver has been active in a number of other groups including the Roscoe Mitchell Trio, Bishop/Cleaver/Flood (with unrecorded Ann Arbor-based musicians reedsman Andrew Bishop and bassist Tim Flood), and his own sextet, Gerald Cleaver's Veil of Names, which includes guitarist Ben Monder, violinist/violist Mat Maneri, bassist Reid Anderson, saxophonist Andrew Bishop, and former college collaborator, Craig Taborn.

-Joslyn Layne (All Music Guide)


Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=15345 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_Cleaver_%28musician%29 About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_Cleaver_%28musician%29 About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
   
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Gerald Cleaver - 'Adjust' - 2001, Fresh Sound New Talent
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 Ivo Perelman - 'Living Jelly' - 2012, Leo Records
  как соисполнитель ...
 Ralph Alessi - 'Open Season' - 2009, Kindred Rhythm
 Lotte Anker - 'Live At The Loft' - 2005, Ilk
 Yaron Herman - 'Muse' - 2009, Sunnyside
 Rene Marie - 'How Can I Keep From Singing' - 2000, MaxJazz
 Pascal Niggenkemper - 'Upcoming Hurricane' - 2011, Nonesuch
 Jeremy Pelt - 'Men Of Honor' - 2010, High Note
 Jeremy Pelt - 'Soul' - 2012, High Note
 Jeremy Pelt - 'The Talented Mr. Pelt' - 2011, High Note
 Matthew Shipp - 'Equilibrium' - 2003, Thirsty Ear
 Matthew Shipp - 'Matthew Shipp's New Orbit' - 2001, Thirsty Ear
 Matthew Shipp - 'Pastoral Composure' - 2000, Thirsty Ear
 Wadada Leo Smith - 'Lake Biwa' - 2004, Tzadik
 Craig Taborn - 'Chants' - 2013, ECM
 Miroslav Vitous - 'Remembering Weather Report' - 2009, ECM
 Miroslav Vitous - 'Universal Syncopations II' - 2007, ECM
 


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