Interview with jazz and blues drummer Clyde Andrews

Date: December 2, 1981

Source: S1576 , T83-150

Type: Sound

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Description

  • One reel to reel. Andrews, son of musician Harold Andrews and a Pensacola native, discusses his interest in music as a child; the similarities between various styles of music; playing progressive jazz, rock and roll, swing and other music styles; learning to read music; his favorite jazz styles and his opinions on other types of music; the public's interest in jazz music; improvisation; drumming; Charles Marby, a drummer; and playing brass instruments. The cassette is damaged and does not play well. Copied onto audiocassette C83-50.

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