Victor Feldman was a kid prodigy who was simply a specialist from age seven and sat in on drums with Glenn Miller’s Military Air Force Music group in 1944 when he was 10. He was energetic in his indigenous Britain through the bebop years (mainly on drums), debuting like a innovator in 1948. By 1952, Feldman was obtaining better-known for his vibes playing and he documented extensively through the 1950s. After touring with Woody Herman (1956-1957), he made a decision to proceed to the U.S. in 1957, where he worked well in the Lighthouse with Howard Rumsey. Feldman documented (on vibes and piano) for Setting, Modern, and Riverside during 1957-1961, an interval where he became a occupied studio room musician. Feldman was with Cannonball Adderley’s Quintet (mainly like a pianist) for half a year in 1960-1961 and documented with Kilometers Davis in 1963 (who provided him employment with his fresh quintet and documented his unique “Seven Methods to Heaven”), but continued to be in L.A. as well as the studios. He lower jazz times for Choice, Concord, Palo Alto, and TBA and in the 1980s until his loss of life he led a soulful crossover group (the Era Music group) that frequently featured his boy, Trevor Feldman, on drums.