from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A person who plays the vibraphone.
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- n. A vibraphone player; someone that plays the vibraphone.
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- n. a musician who plays the vibraphone
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On his other new reissue on the Nessa label, 1985's "Procession of the Great Ancestry," he and vibist Bobby Naughton play in a quartet plus guests.
Byron Wallen, vibist Jim Hart, double-bassist Karl Rashid Abel and drummer Graham Godfrey, he made fine contemporary work of Modal, Abstract and other Harriott lines.
He hasn't reached his mid-20s, but he has already performed in town, in 2004, as a sideman for vibist Gary Burton.
Tomeka Reid, reedist Greg Ward, and vibist Adasiewicz, which will release its second record,
Reed and bassist Josh Abrams lay down propulsive grooves, over which vibist Jason Adasiewicz floats spiky harmonic patterns; this gives alto saxophonist Greg Ward and cellist Tomeka Reid plenty to work with once they break out of their unison melodic lines and turn to improvising.
For tonight's concert he's collaborating with an excellent band of Chicago jazz musicians-Bishop, Berman, Lepine, percussionist Hamid Drake, flutist Nicole Mitchell, guitarist Jeff Parker, vibist Jason Adasiewicz, and bassist Joshua
Hot on the heels of Richard Galliano's Live in Marciac CD (which I reviewed here a few weeks ago) comes another Galliano album, this time with a quartet featuring vibist Gary Burton.
Martin Shaw and vibist Anthony Kerr, but the best moments come from pianist-MD Janette Mason, extracting maximum harmonic juice from the changes of Sleigh Ride, White Christmas, God Rest
The band now includes reedist Keefe Jackson, bassist Anton Hatwich, vibist Jason Adasiewicz, and drummer Marc Riordan (replacing Nori Tanaka, who played on the recording), and when I saw them a couple of weeks ago, they sounded even better than they do on this undeniably impressive album.
But the orchestra isn't just a training ensemble, and also includes veterans like Bradford, reedist Sabir Mateen, vibist Kevin Norton, and drummers Louis Moholo-Moholo and Hamid Drake (there are usually at least two drummers and two bassists at any given time).