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Dat Dere

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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.


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

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