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Black, Jim (Drummer)

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Personal name headingBlack, Jim (Drummer)
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See alsoCorporate body: Tim Berne's Bloodcount (Musical group)
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Corporate body: Tiny Bell Trio
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Corporate body: Human Feel (Musical group)
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Corporate body: Pachora (Musical group)
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LocatedSeattle (Wash.) New York (N.Y.)
Birth date1967
Place of birthSeattle (Wash.)
Field of activityJazz Rock music
Improvisation (Music)
Profession or occupationJazz musicians Rock musicians Drummers (Musicians) Percussionists
Found inDick, R. Third stone from the sun [SR] p1993: insert (Jim Black, drums)
Douglas, Dave. [Library of Congress Music Division concert, 2000-10-14] [SR] 2000: program notes (Jim Black, drums; b. 1967; grew up in Seattle; in Tiny Bell Trio)
Oxford music online, March 31, 2015: Encyclopedia of popular music (Black, Jim; born 1967, Seattle, Washington; jazz and rock drummer, percussionist, also occasionally plays Wurlitzer piano and melodica; following graduation from Berklee College of Music in 1992 he settle in New York City; jazz group with which he has worked include Tim Berne's Bloodcount, Ellery Eskelin's trio, and Dave Douglas' Tiny Bell Trio; has also worked with Human Feel and Pachora, the latter a band that blends traditional music from eastern Europe with contemporary improvised music)
Not found inBaker's, 8th ed.; New Grove dict. of American music; New Grove dict. of jazz; WW in American music, classical, 2nd ed.; Int'l ww in music, 11th-13th eds.