Fire One – Carl Perkins
This bluesy head has an 18-bar form. To learn Carl Perkins's response fills to the melody, make sure to get the C lead sheet.
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- Recording: Richie Kamuca - The Richie Kamuca Quartet
- Recorded on: June, 1957
- Label: Mode (MOD LP 102)
- Concert Key: F minor
- Vocal Range: , to
- Style: Swing (medium)
- Tenor Sax - Richie Kamuca
- Piano - Carl Perkins
- Bass - Leroy Vinegar
- Drums - Stan Levy
For information about Carl Perkins's recordings, check out Noal Cohen's Jazz History website.
August 16, 1928 – March 18, 1958
Do not confuse this Carl Perkins with the rockabilly guitarist with the same name. This Carl Perkins was an exceptional pianist who developed a unique style of playing the piano with an inimitable left-hand technique. Not much is known about him, despite the fact that one of his compositions, Grooveyard, went on to become rather famous. Born in Indianapolis, IN, he worked with Tiny Bradshaw and Big Jay McNeely (1948-1949) there, then moved to Los Angeles, CA, in 1949. He did his first recording session (his own date) that year in Los Angeles for Savoy Records. Read more...