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Dat Dere

Art Blakey Band

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Timmons: December 19, 1935 – March 1, 1974

Composed by pianist Bobby Timmons for the 1960 album “This Here is Bobby Timmons,” “Dat Dere” featured trumpet and sax solos. “Dat Dere” evokes the gospel soul-jazz style that made the pianist famous.

Notable for his implementation of block chords, Timmons would become famous for collaborating with Chet Baker, in addition to Blakey.

Personnel:

Art Blakey, drums
Bobby Timmons, piano
Wayne Shorter, sax
Lee Morgan, trumpet