Accomplished drummer, Mr Graves, like Don Cherry, introduced a lot of ethnic and traditionnal music elements in his play, making him one of the most original drummer of the free jazz movement.
After the decisive 1964 year, he moved from latin jazz to free, playing with Don Pullen and Andrew Cyrille.
He featured extensively in Ayler's formations in 65, 67 and 68, noticably on the remarquable Ayler's Love Cry.
Graves also played an important role in the community as an event organizer.
Has recently been spotted involved with John Zorn.

Annotation last modified on 2006-05-08 23:49 UTC.



1965Percussion EnsembleMilford Graves With Sunny Morgan1
1967NommoMilford Graves & Don Pullen1
1974Dialogue of the DrumsAndrew Cyrille & Milford Graves1
1977BäbiMilford Graves2
1977Meditation Among UsMilford Graves2
1984Pieces of TimeKenny Clarke, Andrew Cyrille, Milford Graves & Famoudou Don Moye2
1992Real DealDavid Murray & Milford Graves1
2008Beyond QuantumAnthony Braxton, Milford Graves & William Parker1
2014Space/Time • RedemptionMilford Graves & Bill Laswell1
Grand UnificationMilford Graves1
Percussion EnsembleMilford Graves1
StoriesMilford Graves1

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200450th Birthday Celebration, Volume 2Milford Graves & John Zorn1

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1966In Concert At Yale UniversityDon Pullen - Milford Graves1

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