Morey Feld

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born on 15/8/1915 in Cleveland, OH, United States

died on 28/3/1971 in Colorado, United States

Morey Feld

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Morey Feld (August 15, 1915 – March 28, 1971) was an American jazz drummer born in Cleveland, Ohio, perhaps best known for his work with the bands of Ben Pollack (1936), Benny Goodman (1943–1945), Eddie Condon (1946), Bobby Hackett and Billy Butterfield. In 1960 Feld moved to Denver, Colorado and worked with Peanuts Hucko's quintet.

Feld died at age 55 while attempting to fight a fire at his Denver home.[1]

Select discography

As Morey Feld & His Straight-Ahead Six

  • Jazz Goes Broadway (Kapp)

With Stan Getz

  • The Complete Roost Recordings (Blue Note, 1950–54 [1997])

With Benny Goodman

With Ella Fitzgerald

  • Lullabies Of Birdland (Decca)
  • The First Lady Of Song (Decca)
  • For Sentimental Reasons (Decca)

With Slam Stewart

  • Slam Stewart Quintet (Continental)

With Billy Taylor

  • The Complete H.R.S. Sessions (Mosaic)

With Wild Bill Davison

  • Sweet And Hot (Riverside)
  • The Bill Davison Six (Circle)

With Bobby Hackett

With Bobby Sherwood

  • Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra' (Mercury)

With Bernie Leighton

  • Bernie Leighton and His Swing Seven (Brunswick)

With Stan Getz

  • The Complete Roost Recordings (Roost)
  • Moonlight in Vermont' w/ Johnny Smith (Roost)

With Sarah Vaughan

  • Sarah Vaughan and Her All-Stars (Continental)

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