Robert Feldman, clarinet; Monty Feldman, accordion; Vic Lewis, guitar; Bert Howard, bass; Victor Feldman, drums. London, England, November 4, 1944. Esquire (E) 32-005 Jimmy Skidmore, Keith Christie, Bruce Turner, Victor Feldman - Royal Festival Hall Concert, Vol. 2 Esquire (E) EP 43 Victor Feldman Quartet, Trio - Festival Hall Concert, Vol. 3. Victor Feldman Trio. Victor Feldman, vibes; Lennie Bush, bass; Tony Crombie, drums. London, England, March 17, 1954.
Trio is the first studio album from the Northern German band of the same name. It was released on October 27, 1981, by Mercury Records. It included a bonus single and has a handle attached to the cover.
Victor Feldman (born 7 April 1934 in Edgware, Middlesex, England, UK - died 12 May 1987, Los Angeles, California, USA) was an English jazz musician who played vibraphone, keyboards, drums, piano and other assorted percussion instruments. Feldman immigrated to the United States in the mid-1950's, where he continued working in jazz and also as a session musician with a variety of pop and rock performers.
Victor Stanley Feldman (7 April 1934 – 12 May 1987) was an English jazz musician who played mainly piano, vibraphone and percussion. He began performing professionally during childhood, eventually earning acclaim in the UK jazz scene as an adult. Feldman emigrated to the United States in the mid-1950s, where he continued working in jazz and also as a session musician with a variety of pop and rock performers.
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The Victor Feldman Trio - To Chopin With Love, 1997. Mr. T. (C Minor Prelude) 04:27. Star Drift (Berceuse) 05:29. The Victor Feldman Trio - Theme From "David & Lisa" (An Unusual Love Story), Theme From "Lawrence of Arabia", 2015. Theme From "David & Lisa" (An Unusual Love Story) 02:13. Theme From "Lawrence of Arabia" 02:14.
Victor Feldman Trio songs download, free online mp3 listen. Elaine Delmar, Victor Feldman & the Dill Jones Trio - Am I Blue. album: A Swingin' Chick - EP. The Victor Feldman Trio - Waltz For Scotty (A-Flat Major Waltz). album: To Chopin With Love. album: Modern Jazz Concert: National Jazz Federation. Victor Feldman & His Trio - Drumming Man. album: Swing Britannia (British Jazz of the 30s and 40s).
In 1958, he had his own working band on the west coast, which included the innovative bassist Scott LaFaro. His 1958 Album The Arrival of Victor Feldman includes LaFaro and Stan Levey on drums. He recorded with many jazz artists, including Benny Goodman, George Shearing, Cannonball Adderley and Miles Davis, most notably on Davis' 1963 album Seven Steps to Heaven, the title tune being his own composition. Davis invited Feldman to join his group full-time, but Feldman declined, preferring the stability of studio work to the career of a touring musician.
Drummer, vibraphonist and pianist Victor Feldman was such a superbly talented musician and accomplished reader that he made his primary living in the Hollywood studios during their heyday in the 1960’s and 1970’s. He was also dependable, prompt and courteous, not to mentioned very well-liked by the coterie of contractors and first-call studio players that populated that scene. Although he didn’t have to go on the road, occasionally some great opportunities to do so came up such as his stint with Cannonball Adderley’s sextet in 1961.
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