The Melting Pot Drum Group The Melting Pot Drum Group

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02/08/10    Community Articles

The Melting Pot Drum Group Back In The Studio

Drum Group Continues To Expand Jazz Group Ideas As Major Artists Inquire About Using Multi-Drummers As An Entity Within An Entity.

11/03/09    Community Articles

The Melting Pot Drum Group

These drummers do it with or without horns,piano or bass players as they can all create the harmonics to simulate a regular unit of trios,quartets,quintets or big bands as each drummer becomes the piano,bass,drummer or any set of horns using raw drums from...

11/03/09    Community Articles

The Melting Pot Drum Group

These drummers do it with or without horns,piano or bass players as they can all create the harmonics to simulate a regular unit of trios,quartets,quintets or big bands as each drummer becomes the piano,bass,drummer or any set of horns using raw drums from...

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About The Melting Pot Drum Group The Melting Pot Drum Group

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The concept of drum groups is not a new one but this group has a history of recording harmonic,simulated quartet,quintet,sextet and larger formats and playing music without the horns,piano and bass that is traditional in a Jazz Group Setting. Instead, composer/performer and drummer Steve Habib becomes the timpani or bass player using timpani and floor toms to replicate a walking bass and also chord structures. Other players in the group are Thomas DeSteno and many others too numerous to mention here but all well known major Jazz Performers. Officially, CD's have not yet been released and the music has been compsed and documented since 2000.

The Melting Pot Drum Group The Melting Pot Drum Group joined the JazzTimes community on Nov 03, 2009