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Andrew Cyrille

Andrew Cyrille
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Andrew Charles Cyrille (born November 10, 1939, Brooklyn, New York) is an American jazz drummer. He gained widespread attention in 1964 when he joined Cecil Taylor's band, an association which lasted ten years. He has worked with a wide variety of other musicians, mostly in the avant-jazz realm.
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Aruán Ortiz with Andrew Cyrille and Mauricio Herrera — Inside Rhythmic Falls Aruán Ortiz with Andrew Cyrille and Mauricio Herrera — Inside Rhythmic Falls
(Intakt 339, 2020, CD)
Mikko Innanen with William Parker and Andrew Cyrille — Songs for a New Decade Mikko Innanen with William Parker and Andrew Cyrille — Songs for a New Decade
(M.O.D. Technologies TUM042, 2015, 2CD)
Andrew Cyrille with Greg Osby — Low Blue Flame Andrew Cyrille with Greg Osby — Low Blue Flame
(TUM Records 016, 2006, CD)
John Greaves / Peter Blegvad / Lisa Herman — Kew.Rhone. John Greaves / Peter Blegvad / Lisa Herman — Kew.Rhone.
(Voiceprint VP200CD, 1977/2006, CD)
Andrew Cyrille / Milford Graves — Dialogue of the Drums Andrew Cyrille / Milford Graves — Dialogue of the Drums
(IPS ST001, 1974, LP)
Charlie Haden — Liberation Music Orchestra Charlie Haden — Liberation Music Orchestra
(Impulse! AS-9183, 1970, LP)
Andrew Cyrille — What About? Andrew Cyrille — What About?
(BYG 529.316, 1969, LP)

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