Charles Moffett - Drummer, Free jazz, David Izenzon, Four for Trane, Archie Shepp
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Charles Moffett (September 6, 1929 February 14, 1997) was a free jazz drummer. Moffett began his musical career as a trumpeter before switching to drums. He is probably best known for his part in Ornette Coleman's trio with David Izenzon in the 1960s. He also appeared on other important albums of that period, such as Archie Shepp's Four for Trane. He also performed on vibraphone. Later in his career, he began teaching music at New York Public Schools including P.S. 58 (Carrol School) in Brooklyn and at P.S. 177 M (under the Manhattan Bridge and now defunct). He also taught at a Brooklyn High School, and was principal of the alternative Odyssey public school in Berkeley, California in the mid-1970s. The title of his first solo album The Gift is a reference to his love of teaching music. His then 7-year-old son Codaryl played drums on that album. His sons are double bassist Charnett Moffett and drummer Codaryl "Cody" Moffett.
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