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Examples of "omar_hakim"
Miles Smiles (Wallace Roney, Rick Margitza, Larry Coryell, Darryl Jones, Joey DeFrancesco, Omar Hakim)
Omar Hakim played a Gretsch drum set and a Simmons SDS-V electronic drum kit.
Omar Hakim- filling in for Deen Castronovo for the shows in other countries and 2015 North American dates
Largely produced by Jimmy Iovine, the album includes contributions from various session musicians such as T. M. Stevens, Omar Hakim and Herb Alpert.
The song features Neil Hubbard and Keith Scott on lead guitar, Dire Straits' Guy Fletcher on keyboards, Omar Hakim on drums, and Tony Levin on bass guitar.
1989 hallmarked Skoota's ascending career when New York's premier studio drummer, Omar Hakim, chose him to be his drummer for the Rhythm Deep Project. Omar said "Skoota nails it! He's a drummer's drummer."
The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Harmonica George Smith, Louisiana Red, Lowell Fulson, Smokey Wilson, Isaac Scott, Phillip Walker, Queen Ida, Rod Piazza, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Guitar Curtis, Omar Hakim Khayam, Mark Naftalin, Ron Thompson, Mark Hummel, Charles Houff
Dave Alexander (born David Alexander Elam), also known as Omar Sharriff, Omar Shariff, Omar Hakim Khayam (March 10, 1938 – January 8, 2012) was an American Texas blues singer and pianist.
his first feature-film is "Payback", which he wrote, directed and composed the soundtrack. Percussionist Omar Hakim and bassist Lee Sklar perform in the film with André. André is also the founder and owner of Autorama Films.
Song arrangements were written by Larry Williams and Jerry Hey. The band LiPuma put together included Omar Hakim on drums, John Patitucci on bass and Larry Williams on keyboards. Ben Watt played guitar and piano, as well as doing some singing. Tracey Thorn sang only. LiPuma produced, in Thorn's words, "a fully realised, immaculately performed and produced modern American soul-pop record".
Wolfgang Haffner, Omar Hakim, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Jim Hall, Lynden David Hall, Mercedes Hall, Lionel Hampton, Herbie Hancock, Tramaine Hawkins, Nona Hendryx, Nicole Henry, Vincent Henry, D’Atra Hicks, Utadu Hikaru, Mel Holder, Jennifer Holliday, Host Streak, Caroline Horn, Whitney Houston, Miki Howard, Andrew Hugger
In 2013–14 Rachel Z recorded and toured as additional synth for The Omar Hakim Experience. She played synth with Wayne Escofferey for his US and Euro tour of 2014 release of Live at Firehouse 12. She toured with Terri Lyne Carrington in 2014 for the Mosaictour and recorded on the 2015 release of Mosaic 2 "Love and Soul" on Concords Records.
Husband is an internationally respected drum clinician and has performed over the years in this capacity alongside Ricky Lawson, Omar Hakim, Dennis Chambers, Vinnie Colaiuta, Denny Seiwell, Todd Sucherman, Paul Wertico, Terry Bozzio, Simon Phillips and Billy Cobham among many others.
This John Scofield album consists of John Scofield (guitar); David Sanborn (alto saxophone); Mitchel Forman, Robert Aries, Don Grolnick (keyboards, Hammond B-3 organ); Pete Levin (synthesizer); Hiram Bullock (guitar); Anthony Cox (double bass); Gary Grainger, Darryl Jones (bass); Dennis Chambers (bass, drums); Terri Lyne Carrington, Steve Jordan, Omar Hakim (drums); Don Alias (percussion).
The album was his second on Gramavision, and was recorded while Scofield was still in Miles Davis's band or just leaving it; he used two of the musicians from Davis's band, Omar Hakim and Darryl Jones. The album was critically acclaimed, though "The Penguin Jazz Guide" notes that "even some Scofield devotees seem unpersuaded of its considerable merits".
Tommy Lipuma produced the band's 1990 album "The Language of Life", which featured the single "Driving." "Driving" received heavy rotation on American adult alternative radio. The album featured a host of leading west coast session musicians including Omar Hakim, Joe Sample and Michael Brecker. Stan Getz contributed a tenor sax solo on the song "The Road".
Past members have included the following artists: bassists Kim Stone, 1990–2008, Steve Bailey and Bill Lanphier; saxophone players Brandon Fields, Kenny G, Kirk Whalum and Nelson Rangell; pianists/keyboard players Dave Kochanski, David Benoit, Gregg Karukas, Tom McMorran and Mark Portmann; drummers Tony Morales, David Anderson, Omar Hakim, and Dave Hooper; and percussionists Scott Breadman, Ray Yslas and Steve Reid.
In the late 1990s Zu-Arets moved to New York and studied music composition and theory at Juilliard School and later at Mannes College. In addition to his academic studies, Zu-Arets wrote music for theater and recorded with various artists including Taking Back Sunday and Omar Hakim.
Procession is the thirteenth album from Weather Report. It is the first album to feature Victor Bailey replacing Jaco Pastorius as the bassist. Omar Hakim is credited with finding Bailey and percussionist José Rossy; they were all signed with Weather Report before Zawinul or Shorter even met them.
In 2010 Rachel formed a new band with husband Omar Hakim, called "The Trio Of OZ" which released its first CD and began touring; Z and Hakim also launched OZmosis Records in 2010. This group performed internationally adding Solomon Dorsey on bass and joined Pino Daniele for La Grande Madre Tour in 2012 while also performing OZ tour dates.