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Playlist of Tony Williams Quintet

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    Tony Williams Quintet - NY Live 1989. Part 1 of 2


    Tony Williams Quintet live in NY. 1989 Part 1 of 2

    Track Listing:
    City Of Lights
    Geo Rose - 7:50
    Warrior - 17:50
    Sister Cheryl - 25:23

    Wallace Roney, trumpet;
    Bill Pierce, soprano sax, tenor sax;
    Mulgrew Miller, piano;
    Ira Coleman, acoustic double bass;
    Tony Williams, drums.

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    Tony Williams Quintet 1989


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    Tony Williams Quintet - NY Live 1989. Part 2 of 2


    Tony Williams Quintet - NY Live 1989. Part 2 of 2

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    Tonny Williams Quintet - Juicy Fruit


    Live at Mt Fuji Jazz Fes with Blue Note 1989. Tonny Williams:ds,Don Braden:ts,Wallance Ronery:tp,Mulgrew Miller:p,Ira Coleman:b

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    Tony Williams Quintet / Sister Cheryl


    Tony Williams:ds
    Wallace Roney:tp
    Billy Pierce:ts
    James Williams:p
    Ira Coleman:b
    Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival with Blue Note

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    Tony Williams Quintet - Geo Rose - 1989


    Tony Williams (drums) - Ira Coleman (bass) - Mulgrew Miller (piano) - Bill Pierce (sax) - Wallace Roney (trumpet)

    From New York Live (Blue Note, 1990, directed by Richie Namm)

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    Extreme Measures - Tony Williams Quintet


    Native Heart - 1989

    Tony Williams (d)
    Wallace Roney (tp)
    Bill Pierce (ss, ts)
    Mulgrew Miller (p)
    Ira Coleman & Robert Hurst (b)

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    Miles Davis Quintet, Stockholm 1967/AMAZING concert!!


    Miles Davis: trumpet, Wayne Shorter: sax, Herbie Hancock: piano,
    Ron Carter: bass, Tony Williams: drums
    The ultimate jazz ensemble at its best!!!!
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    Tony Williams Drum cover - The Miles Davis Quintet - Walkin


    Ray 15years old Drummer

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    Tony Williams Quintet - Subway, Köln 1987


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    VSOP The Quintet Reunion / Eye Of The Hurricane


    Freddie Hubbard:tp
    Joe Henderson:ts
    Herbie Hancock:p
    Ron Carter:b
    Tony Williams:ds
    Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival with Blue Note

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    Tony Williams Quintet / Civilization


    Tony Williams : ds
    Wallace Roney : tp
    Billy Pierce : ss
    Mulgrew Miller : p
    Bob Hurst : b
    Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival with Blue Note

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    Tony Williams Quintet - Geo Rose


    Tony Williams Quintet - Geo Rose - New York Live 1989.

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    Tony Williams Quintet - Red Mask part 1 - U. Jazz 88.wmv


    Tony Williams - Drums
    Wallace Roney - Trumpet
    Billy Pierce - Tenor Sax
    Mulgrew Miller - Piano
    Bob Hurst - Bass

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    Miles Davis Quintet Live at Teatro dellArte in Milan, Italy on October 11, 1964


    Trumpet: Miles Davis
    Saxophone: Wayne Shorter
    Piano: Herbie Hancock
    Bass: Ron Carter
    Drums: Tony Williams

    Sunday, October 11, 1964
    Teatro dell'Arte
    Milan, Italy

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    Stan Getz Quartet - Captain Marvel


    The tenor player Stan Getz legendary, official release! 1972, live in 1972, which marked the members Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, Tony Williams is a return-to-Forever at the time giant Stan Getz tenor finally genius drummer in addition to two of Stanley Clarke and Chick Corea have just formed, had the world by storm in the life-time left the Miles Davis band further, super band greeted drum Tony Williams I formed a. That year, in a bold sound that announced album plus original drummer of the return-to-Forever, eye art Captain Marvel, incorporating the sound of crossover-fusion system, the advent of the Getz new era fan it was a big topic among. The four months later, a valuable live in Montreux Jazz Festival appearances in tradition, this work is that of Japan's first public video in particular. It can be said with one piece Anthem official board has been a long-awaited this member only when it becomes fan. Live recording in July Montreux Jazz Festival in 1972.

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    JoJo Mayer on Tony Williams


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    Tony Williams is known to music lovers as one of the most important and influential drummers and composers in music history. The Tony Williams Tribute will explore his unique life and work through interviews with his peers and today's great artists including, John McLaughlin, Howard Johnson, Juini Booth, Steve Potts, Wallace Roney, René McLean, Lenny White, Cindy Blackman Santana, Jojo Mayer, Billy Ward, John Riley, Carl Allen, Billy Hart, Mike Clark, Will Calhoun, Michael Cuscuna, Craig Woodson, and more.

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    Tony Williams Quintet 1989 Drum Solo


    Tony Williams Quintet 1989 Drum Solo.
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    tony williams Quintet - Umbria Jazz 88


    Tony Williams - Drums
    Wallace Roney - Trumpet
    Billy Pierce - Tenor Sax
    Mulgrew Miller - Piano
    Bob Hurst - Bass

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    Miles Davis, tr ,&, TONY WILLIAMS ,drums - solo ,Live 1967..


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    Miles Davis, tr ,5t Live stage in Karlsburg , 1967 ..
    with Herbie Hancock ,p ,,Wayne Shorter ,sax ..
    Ron Carter.cb ,,Tony Williams .dr - solo ,, t.43' minutes..
    It is sad to ..say.. but in my (modest) oppinions , this is NOT
    a good 'drums solo' !?!. It seams played with NO control ,..
    and NO logical sense .. Ciao fabio .

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    Tribute to Miles Davis by Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter & Tony Williams


    From the Klaviersommer in Munich,
    Members of Miles Davis quintet pay tribute to one of the most influential figures in jazz history: trumpeter Miles Davis

    Herbie Hancock – piano, calliope
    Wayne Shorter – saxophone
    Wallace Roney – trumpet
    Ron Carter – bass
    Tony Williams – drums

    0:00 Miles Davis - So What
    12:12 Ron Carter - R.J.
    19:43 Herbie Hancock - Little One
    32:43 Wayne Shorter - Pinoccio
    40:05 Miles Davis - All Blues
    55:23 Tony Williams - Elegy
    1:09:35 Wayne Shorter - Orbits/Paraphernalia

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    This tribute was played by the legendary formation with Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter, Tony Williams. The trumpet was played by the youg star trumpet player Wallace Roney who did not try to emulate Miles but instead played his music. This group has produced in the sixties unforgettable record documents, such as Filles de Kilimanjaro“, Miles in the Sky“, Seven Steps to Heaven“, E.S.P.“, Sorcerer“, Miles Smiles“, Nefertiti“.These titels have written jazz history. The quality of the music and the atmosphere in the audience leave nothing to be desired.

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    Tony Williams Drop-Catch Technique / Inside the Teaching Studio


    Presented by Niko Embry

    In this installment of Inside the Teaching Studio, Niko Embry demonstrates the drop-catch 5 stroke technique, often used by Tony Williams.

    Audio Engineering by Aaron Walk


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    In this new educational series from Vic Firth, we take you Inside the Studio of some of the world's top instructors to give you a peek into the time-proven curriculum that has motivated and educated generations of successful teachers and performers.

    In our second series, we take you inside the jazz drumming studio of Peter Erskine from USC's Thornton School of Music. With each student's presentation, you'll see the immediate application of curriculum to the real world of performance and explanation.

    Whether you're an educator or student, you'll be sure to benefit from the concepts and lessons from this series. We encourage your thoughts and questions in the discussion below.


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    Tony Williams Quintet My Michelle - Live


    Top drumming and the rest too!

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    Tony Williams Drum Clinic 1985 pt.1/3


    Drum solo from Zildjian Day drum clinic 1985.

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    Tony Williams Quintet. Sister Cheryl.


    A performance of drummer Tony Williams' composition Sister Cheryl, from a 1993 release on Blue Note records.
    Features an extended melodic drum solo from Tony to open the tune, Bill Pierce soloing on soprano sax, and a very fine piano solo from the late Mulgrew Miller.
    Tony Williams, drums. Bill Pierce, tenor and soprano sax, Wallace Roney, trumpet, Mulgrew Miller, piano, Ira Coleman, bass.

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    Tony Williams Life Time Experience - 1972


    Tony Williams Life Time Experience
    Jean Luc Ponty - Stanley Clarke - 1972
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    Tony Williams: DRUM SOLO: ME


    Tony Williams Life Time Experience
    Jean Luc Ponty - Stanley Clarke - 1972
    ...more Tony Williams here at DRUMMERWORLD:

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    Interview with Superstar Quintet at North Sea Jazz Festival • 1982 • World of Jazz


    The Superstar Quintet featured Freddie Hubbard, trumpet; Joe Henderson, saxophone; Ron Carter, bass; Tony Williams, drums and Kenny Barron piano.

    In this video recording with raw material from selected interviews, Freddie Hubbard, Ron Carter, Joe Henderson and Tony Williams talk about jazz musicians that influenced them in their career, such as Chet Baker, Clifford Brown, Art Blakey, Max Roach, Miles Davis, Count Basie, Dexter Gordon, Coleman Hawkins, Ben Webster, Don Byas and others.
    Freddie Hubbard toured with this Superstar Quintet extensively in Europe and Japan in 1982.

    The interviews were recorded in the intermission of their concert at the North Sea Jazz Festival 1982 at the Congress Gebouw, The Hague, The Netherlands, 17 July 1982.

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    Tony Williams Quintet - Red Mask part 2 - U. Jazz 88.wmv


    Tony Williams - Drums
    Wallace Roney - Trumpet
    Billy Pierce - Tenor Sax
    Mulgrew Miller - Piano
    Bob Hurst - Bass

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    Miles Davis - Herbie Hancock - Wayne Shorter - Ron Carter - Tony Williams


    Miles Davis - Herbie Hancock - Wayne Shorter - Ron Carter - Tony Williams - Agitation
    Stockholm 1963 live

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    Tony Williams Trio - On Green Dolphin Street


    Tony Williams Trio - On Green Dolphin Street
    Young At Heart / Rec.1996

    Tony Williams(ds)
    Mulgrew Miller(p)
    Ira Coleman(b)

    mogu select jazz piano trio

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    Wallace Roney: Tony Williams Innovations


    Full interview: Wallace Roney: The Great Jazz Drummers

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    Tony Williams MOST POWERFUL Drum Solo


    w. Herbie Hancock - Switzerland 1992

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    Tony Williams Quintet Civilization 1988 LC


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    Miles Davis - Around The Midnight Live


    Miles Davis Quintet

    Miles Davis -Trumpet
    Wayne Shorter - Sax
    Herbie Hancock - Piano
    Ron Carter - Bass
    Tony Williams - Drums

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    Miles Davis - Joshua


    Live at Teatro Dell'Arte, Milano 10/11/1964

    Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, Tony Williams

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    Tony Williams Quintet - Geo Rose


    Geo Rose - Tony Williams Quintet (live in NY, 1989)
    Tony Williams, drums
    Wallace Roney, trumpet
    Bill Pierce, soprano sax, tenor sax
    Mulgrew Miller, piano
    Ira Coleman, double bass

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    Herbie Hancock Quintet VSOP - So What


    Herbie Hancock,Wayne Shorter,Ron Carter,Wallace Roney,Tony Williams

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    Miles Davis - Four & More: Recorded Live in Concert



    00:00 01 So What
    09:10 02 Walkin'
    17:19 03 Joshua
    26:48 04 Go-Go (Theme And Announcement)
    28:31 05 Four
    34:51 06 7 Steps To Heaven
    42:39 07 There Is No Greater Love
    52:46 08 Go-Go (Theme And Announcement)


    Miles Davis — Trumpet
    George Coleman — Tenor Saxophone
    Herbie Hancock — Piano
    Ron Carter — Double Bass
    Tony Williams — Drums

    'Four' & More: Recorded Live in Concert is a live album by Miles Davis, recorded at the Philharmonic Hall of Lincoln Center, New York City, NY on February 12, 1964, but not released until 1966. Two albums were assembled from the concert recording: the up-tempo pieces were issued on this album, while My Funny Valentine consists of the slow and medium-tempo numbers.

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    So What - Miles Davis Quintet 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival


    Live at the 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival

    Miles Davis (tp) George Coleman (ts) Herbie Hancock (pf) Ron Carter (b) Tony Williams (ds)

    Recorded at Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, CA, September 20, 1963

    Monterey Jazz Festival Records

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    Miles Davis Quintet feat. Ron Carter solo live 64


    Live from Milan, Italy. This is part two of Autumn Leaves and features solos by Wayne (end of pt 1 solo), Herbie and Ron. The '64 quintet was: Miles (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (tenor), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass) and Tony Williams (drums). Recorded October 11, 1964.

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    Tony Williams DRUM SOLO 1986 MAGNIFICAL


    Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter.

    Tony with his yellow Gretsch set with (EA)K Zildjians...

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    Miles Davis- Nefertiti


    Track 6 off of The Best Of The Miles Davis Quintet- 1965- 68.

    Miles Davis- Trumpet
    Wayne Shorter- Tenor Saxophone
    Herbie Hancock- Piano
    Ron Carter- Bass
    Tony Williams- Drums

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    “Footprints” - The Miles Davis Quintet Live In Sweden: October 31st, 1967


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    Herbie Hancock V.S.O.P. The Quintet ► Lawra HQ Audio 1977


    Tony Williams – drums
    Herbie Hancock – piano
    Wayne Shorter – saxophone
    Ron Carter – double bass
    Freddie Hubbard – flugelhorn, trumpet

    Recorded live at the Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA on July 16, 1977 and San Diego Civic Theatre, July 18, 1977.


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    Believe It - Tony Williams Lifetime - Full Album 1975


    Tony Williams Lifetime - Believe It - Columbia Records - 1975
    Allan Holdsworth – guitar
    Alan Pasqua – keyboards
    Tony Newton – bass
    Tony Williams – drums
    1. Snake Oil (Tony Newton) — 6:30
    2. Fred (Allan Holdsworth) — 6:48
    3. Proto-Cosmos (Alan Pasqua) — 4:02
    4. Red Alert (Newton) — 4:39
    5. Wildlife (Tony Williams) — 5:22
    6. Mr Spock (Holdsworth) — 6:15
    7. Celebration (Williams) — [Bonus Track] 4:01
    8. Letsby (Holdsworth) — [Bonus Track] 6:34

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    How to Play the Ride Cymbal like Tony Williams - The 80/20 Drummer


    - get the transcriptions at this link!

    Intro music by Oli Bernatchez -

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    Tony Williams Drum Clinic 1985 pt.2/3


    Zildjian Day drum clinic 1985

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    Tony Williams Quintet - U. Jazz 88 - Sister Cheryl part two.wmv


    Tony Williams - Drums
    Wallace Roney - Trumpet
    Billy Pierce - Soprano Sax
    Malgrew Miller - Piano
    Bob Hurst - Bass

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    Red Clay --- V.S.O.P. Quintet Live


    Red Clay ( Freddie Hubbard ) --- V.S.O.P. Quintet Live
    Freddie Hubbard (tp),
    Wayne Shorter (ts, ss),
    Herbie Hancock (p),
    Ron Carter (b),
    Tony Williams (ds)

    in V.S.O.P. The Quintet / Tempest in the Colosseum
    Recorded live at the Den-En Colosseum, Tokyo, July 23, 1977
     Sony Record・SRCS 7123



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