A good drummer in either totally free or very difficult bop configurations, Clifford Jarvis was featured on many ’60s and ’70s albums. He demonstrated both a regularly engaging, rhythmically varied, and audio drummer, and an excellent percussionist, adding textures and colours to African and Latin devices. Jarvis analyzed at Berklee with Alan Dawson within the middle- and past due ’50s, then relocated to NY. He documented with Chet Baker, Randy Weston, Yusef Lateef, Freddie Hubbard, Barry Harris, Jackie McLean, and Elmo Wish from 1959 to 1966, while also using Give Green and Rahsaan Roland Kirk. Jarvis caused Sunlight Ra from 1962 to 1976, trimming several information. He also used Pharoah Sanders, and documented with Sonny Simmons, Alice Coltrane, and Sanders in the first ’70s. Jarvis consequently documented with Kenny Drew and Walter Davis in the past due ’70s, along with Archie Shepp in 1985. He is able to be noticed on reissues by Sanders, Hubbard, among others.
|1||Had a son with avant-jazz vocalist Patty Waters.|
|2||Prolific jazz drummer who studied at Berklee College in Boston, possibly best noted for his collaborations with experimental artist Sun Ra.|
|Rage||1999||Drummer in montage sequence|
|Archie Shepp: I Am Jazz... It's My Life||1984||Documentary||Himself|
|The Magic Sun||1966||Short||Himself|
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