Rhythm Is My Business (CD, Album). Evidence (5). ECD 22041-2.
If the rhythm is swinging, chances are Lewis is providing the pulse. Nash can boast one of the lengthiest discographies in jazz. The drummer has also recorded three solo albums, Rhythm Is My Business (1989), It Don’t Mean A Thing (2004), and Stompin’ At The Savoy (2005).
Lewis Nash's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates. Rhythm Is My Business. Stompin' at the Savoy.
Rhythm Is My Business" is the title of his debut recording as a leader, and rhythm is a booming business as far as Lewis Nash is concerned. He is the drummer of choice for an incredible array of artists - from the masters of the music to the hottest young players of today - and is equally in demand as a clinician and educator. Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Lewis developed an early interest in music and began playing drums at age 10.
Steve Wilson/Lewis Nash: Duologue by Dan Bilawsky, published on July 27, 2014.
Nash once released an album called Rhythm Is My Business (Evidence, 1993), and he wasn't kidding. Bestowing an album with the "classic" designation upon its release may seem a bit presumptuous, but this appears to be one of those if-the-shoe-fits cases that says otherwise. A classic, by its own definition, is something "of the first or highest quality, class, or rank," and this surely fits the bill.
Rhythm Is My Business Lewis Nash. Highest Mountain Lewis Nash Quintet. Stompin at Savoy Nash, Lewis. Moody 4A James Moody.
|1||Let Me Try|
|3||Sing Me A Song Everlasting|
|4||My Shining Hour|
|7||When You Return|
- Bass – Peter Washington, Ron Carter
- Drums – Lewis Nash
- Engineer – Jim Anderson
- Percussion – Steve Kroon
- Piano – Mulgrew Miller
- Piccolo Flute – Ron Carter
- Producer – Lewis Nash, Naosuke Miyamoto
- Vibraphone – Steve Nelson
- Vocals – Teresa Nash
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