Buddy Deppenschmidt

born on 16/2/1936 in Philadelphia, MS, United States

died on 20/3/2021 in Doylestown, PA, United States

Buddy Deppenschmidt

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Buddy Deppenschmidt (born February 16, 1936 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American jazz drummer. He recorded with Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd and Bill Reichenbach. Their album Jazz Samba, recorded live on February 13, 1962, started a craze in North America for Latin American music. It is the only jazz album to have reached the top place in the Billboard chart.[1]


With Charlie Byrd

  • The Guitar Artistry of Charlie Byrd (Riverside, 1960)
  • Charlie Byrd at the Village Vanguard (Riverside, 1961)
  • Blues Sonata (Riverside, 1961)
  • Jazz Samba (Verve, 1962) - with Stan Getz
  • Latin Impressions (Riverside, 1962)
  • Once More! Charlie Byrd's Bossa Nova (Riverside, 1963)


  1. Washington Post obituary of Bill Reichenbach, June 15, 2008


  • Jazz Bulletin Board

External links

  • http://www.adlermusic.com/C11977-1372/E1963307061/Media/Jazz%20Samba%20piece.pdf Drummer Buddy Deppenschmidt is

speaking out about his role in the recording of Stan Getz and Charlie Byrds 1962 classic Jazz Samba

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