Jimmy Cobb

Jimmy Cobb
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Jimmy Wilbur Cobb (born January 20, 1929 in Washington, D.C.[1]) is an American jazz drummer.

Probably his most famous work is on Miles Davis' Kind of Blue (1959), considered by many to be the quintessential jazz record.[2][3] As of 2012, Cobb is the last surviving player from the session. He also played on other famous Davis albums, including Sketches of SpainSomeday My Prince Will ComeMiles Davis at Carnegie HallIn Person Friday and Saturday Nights at the Blackhawk, Complete, and briefly on Porgy and Bessand Sorcerer.

He has worked extensively with a wide range of artists, including Dinah WashingtonPearl BaileyClark TerryCannonball AdderleyDizzy GillespieJohn ColtraneSarah VaughanBillie HolidayWynton KellyStan GetzWes MontgomeryGil EvansMiles DavisPaul Chambers,Kenny BurrellJ. J. JohnsonSonny StittNat AdderleyHank JonesRon CarterGeorge ColemanFathead NewmanGeri AllenEarl BosticLeo ParkerCharlie RouseErnie RoyalPhilly Joe JonesBobby TimmonsWalter BookerJerome RichardsonKeter BettsJimmy ClevelandSam JonesRed GarlandJoe HendersonEddie GomezBill EvansStefan KarlssonJeremy SteigRichard WyandsPeter BernsteinRichie Cole,Nancy WilsonRicky FordDavid Amram, and many more