from London, England
April 7, 1934 - May 12, 1987 (age 53)
Victor Feldman was a child prodigy who was a professional from the age of seven and sat in on drums with Glenn Miller's Army Air Force Band in 1944 when he was ten. He was active in his native England through the bebop years (mostly on drums), debuting as a leader in 1948. By 1952, Feldman was getting better-known for his vibes playing and he recorded extensively during the 1950s. After touring with Woody Herman (1956-1957), he decided to move to the U.S. in 1957, where he worked at the Lighthouse with Howard Rumsey. Feldman recorded (on vibes and piano) for Mode, Contemporary, and Riverside during 1957-1961, a period in which he became a busy studio musician. Feldman was with Cannonball Adderley's Quintet (mostly as a pianist) for six months in 1960-1961 and recorded with Miles Davis in 1963 (who offered him a job with his new quintet and recorded his original Seven Steps to Heaven), but remained in L.A. and the studios. He cut jazz dates for Choice, Concord, Palo Alto, and TBA and in the 1980s up until his death he led a soulful crossover group (the Generation Band) that often featured his son, Trevor Feldman, on drums. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi
Victor Feldman "Swinging On A Star" 1965
Victor Feldman Trio - 1965
Victor Feldman "In My Pocket" Full Album [Out of Print] Jazz Fusion ft Hubert Laws et al
Victor Feldman - To Chopin With Love full CD
World's Greatest Vibraphone Player - Victor Feldman
Victor Feldman - Just Do It!
Victor Feldman - The Venezuela Joropo (Jazz, Album, 1970)
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