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     Harvey Mason Sr.
 
 

Born: Feb 22, 1947 in Atlantic City, NJ
Styles: Jazz-Funk, Hard Bop, Crossover Jazz, Disco
Instruments: Drums

Throughout his career, Harvey Mason has been a busy studio musician and a highly versatile drummer able to excel in many different situations. Mason attended Berklee and graduated from the New England Conservatory. Early gigs included four months with Erroll Garner in 1970 and a year with George Shearing from 1970-71. Soon after leaving Shearing, Mason moved to Los Angeles and quickly became established in the studios, working in films and television. In addition to his anonymous work through the years, Mason has often been part of the jazz world. He played with Herbie Hancock's Headhunters in 1973, Gerry Mulligan during a 1974 Carnegie Hall concert, Freddie Hubbard, Grover Washington Jr. (appearing on Mister Magic), Lee Ritenour, Victor Feldman, George Benson (playing drums on "This Masquerade") and Bob James, among many others. In 1998, Mason paid tribute to Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers in some local Los Angeles club gigs. Mason's two albums as a leader (commercial efforts for Arista in 1975 and 1981) feature fellow studio vets.

-Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)


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www.soulwalking.co.uk/Harvey%20Mason.html About
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=9141 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvey_Mason About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvey_Mason About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
   
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Harvey Mason Sr. - 'Groovin You' - 1979, BMG (Japan), Arista
 Harvey Mason Sr. - 'With All My Heart' - 2004, RCA Victor, BMG, Bluebird
  как соисполнитель ...
 Gerald Albright - 'Live At Birdland West' - 1991, Atlantic
 Herb Alpert - 'Rise' - 2007, Shout! Factory
 George Benson - 'Tell It Like It Is. In Flight' - 1969, A&M, Warner Bros.
 George Benson - 'Weekend In L.A.' - 1977, Warner Bros., Stress Records
 Mary J Blige - 'The Breakthrough' - 2005, Ceffen Records
 Rick Braun - 'Kisses In The Rain' - 2001, Warner Bros.
 Ron Carter - 'When Skies Are Grey..' - 2001, Blue Note
 Will Downing - 'Invitation Only' - 1997, Mercury
 Will Downing - 'Pleasures Of The Night' - 1998, Verve
 Lorraine Feather - 'Cafe Society' - 2003, Sanctuary
 Roberta Flack - 'Oasis' - 1988, Atlantic
 Fourplay - 'Elixir' - 1994, Warner Bros.
 Fourplay - 'Fourplay' - 1991, Warner Bros., Grammy Records
 Fourplay - 'Let's Touch The Sky' - 2010, Heads Up International
 Fourplay - 'Snowbound' - 1999, Warner Bros.
 Fourplay - 'Yes, Please!' - 2000, Warner Bros.
 Michael Franks - 'Objects Of Desire' - 1982, Warner Bros.
 Michael Franks - 'The Best Of Michael Franks: A Backwards Glance' - 1998, Warner Bros.
 Dave Grusin - 'Two For The Road: The Music Of Henry Mancini' - 1997, GRP
 Don Grusin - 'The Hang' - 2004, Sovereign Artists
 Herbie Hancock - 'Man-Child' - 1976, CBS Records
 Gene Harris - 'Astral Signal' - 1974, EMI Japan
 Eddie Henderson - 'Sunburst' - 1975, Blue Note
 Bobbi Humphrey - 'Blacks And Blues' - 1974, Blue Note
 Bobbi Humphrey - 'Fancy Dancer' - 1975, Blue Note
 Bobbi Humphrey - 'Satin Doll' - 1974, Blue Note
 Paul Jackson Jr. - 'Still Small Voice' - 2003, Blue Note
 Bob James - 'One, Two, Three & BJ4: The Legendary Albums' - 2003, Metro
 Jessy J - 'Hot Sauce' - 2011, Heads Up
 Quincy Jones - 'I Never Told You' - Universal
 John Klemmer - 'Touch' - 1975, Mobile Fidelity
 Earl Klugh - 'Earl Klugh' - 2005, Blue Note
 Hubert Laws - 'The San Francisco Concert' - 1991, CTI Records
 Chuck Loeb - 'Plain N' Simple' - 2011, Tweety Records
 Eric Marienthal - 'Walk Tall' - 1998, Verve, Polygram
 Phil Perry - 'The Heart Of The Man' - 1991, Capitol
 Doc Powell - '97th & Columbus' - 2003, Heads Up
 Lee Ritenour - 'Overtime' - 2005, Concord Jazz
 Lee Ritenour - 'Rit' - 1981, Collectables
 Lee Ritenour - 'Stolen Moments' - 1975, GRP
 Diane Schuur - 'Blues For Schuur' - 1997, GRP, Ars Nova
 Diane Schuur - 'Friends For Schuur' - 2000, Concord Jazz
 Tom Scott - 'Smokin' Section' - 1999, Windham Hill
 Marlena Shaw - 'Who Is This Bitch, Anyway?' - 1975, Blue Note
 Jimmy Smith - 'Dot Com Blues' - 2001, Verve
 Grover Washington Jr. - 'A Secret Place' - 2009, Verve
 Grover Washington Jr. - 'The Best Is Yet To Come' - 1982, Elektra
 Grover Washington Jr. - 'The Best Of Grover Washington Jr.' - 1996, Motown
 


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