Andy Narell introduced the metal drums to jazz being a single instrument, playing not merely Caribbean and Latin melodies but R&B, funk, plus some straight-ahead jazz. After graduating from the College or university of California, Berkeley, in 1973, he founded the Hip Pocket label (which became connected with Windham Hill) and it has recorded frequently both being a leader so when a sideman since. In 1995, Andy Narell became a co-leader from the Caribbean Jazz Task alongside Paquito d’Rivera and Dave Samuals, an ideal shop for his virtuosic and colourful playing. After that, Narell provides released a small number of recordings including, amongst others, Reside in South Africa in 2001, Passing in 2004, and Tatoom in 2007.
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