Al Foster



Al Foster

Rating
Active
1960
Born
January 18, 1943
Location
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Biography
Al Foster (born January 18, 1943) is an American jazz drummer. Foster played with Miles Davis during the 1970s, and was one of the few people to have contact with Davis during his retirement from 1975–1981. Foster also played on Davis's 1981 comeback album The Man with the Horn in 1981. He was the only musician to play in Davis's band both before and after his retirement. Foster has toured extensively with Herbie Hancock, Sonny Rollins, and Joe Henderson. He is a versatile drummer who has played in musical styles ranging from bebop to free form to jazz/rock.
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Top Songs by Al Foster


I'll Be Seeing You

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Desafinado

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'Round Midnight

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You Don't Know What Love Is

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I Must Have That Man!

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Portrait

Naima

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


O Que Sera

O Que Sera

Al Foster October 10, 2014

11 Tracks

The News

The News

Kirk Lightsey May 23, 2006

8 Tracks

McCoy Tyner With Stanley Clarke and Al Foster

McCoy Tyner With Stanley Clarke and Al Foster

Stanley Clarke January 25, 2000

11 Tracks

Brandyn

Brandyn

Al Foster January 1, 1997

8 Tracks

The Standard Joe

The Standard Joe

Al Foster November 20, 1991

7 Tracks

Presage

Presage

Eddie Gomez November 30, 1988

8 Tracks

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