Victor Lewis

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For the British jazz guitarist, see Vic Lewis

Victor Lewis (born May 20, 1950, Omaha, Nebraska, United States) is an American jazz drummer.[1]

Discography[edit]

As leader[edit]

As sideman[edit]

With John Abercrombie, Arthur Blythe and Jeff Palmer

  • Ease On (AudioQuest, 1993)

With George Adams

  • Nightingale (Blue Note, 1989)

With Don Alias

  • Grey (Quinton, 2001)

With Kenny Barron

  • What If? (Enja, 1986)
  • Live at Fat Tuesdays (Enja, 1988)
  • Other Places (Verve, 1993)
  • Sambao (Gitanes/EmArcy, 1992)
  • Quickstep (Enja, 2001)

With Roni Ben-Hur and Nilson Matta

With Andy Bey

  • Shades of Bey (12th Street/Evidence, 1998)
  • Tuesdays in Chinatown (12th Street/N2K Encoded Music, 2001)

With Carla Bley

With Paul Bley

  • Speachless (Steeplechase, 1995)
  • Reality Check (Steeplechase, 1996)

With Anthony Braxton

  • Seven Standards 1985, Vol. 1 & 2 (Magenta, 1985 & 1986)

With George Cables

  • Looking for the Light (Muse Fx, 2003)
  • A Letter to Dexter (Kind of Blue, 2011)

With James Carter

  • Present Tense (EmArcy, 2008)

With Marc Copland

  • Crosstalk (Pirouet, 2011)

With Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis

  • The Heavy Hitter (Muse, 1979)

With Art Farmer

  • Blame It on My Youth (Contemporary, 1988)

With Stan Getz

  • The Dolphin (Concord Jazz, 1981)
  • Spring Is Here (Concord Jazz, 1981, released 1992)
  • Pure Getz (Concord Jazz, 1982)
  • Line for Lyons with Chet Baker (Sonet, 1983)
  • Voyage (BlackHawk, 1986)
  • The Stockholm Concert (Sonet, 1989)
  • Anniversary (EmArcy, 1989)
  • High Street Samba (EmArcy, 1990)

With Dexter Gordon

  • Sophisticated Giant (Columbia, 1977)

With Steve Grossman

  • Perspective (Atlantic, 1979)

With Mark Helias

  • The Current Set (Enja, 1987)

With John Hicks

  • Naima's Love Song featuring Bobby Watson (DIW, 1988)

With Bobby Hutcherson

  • Cruisin' the 'Bird (Landmark, 1988)

With J. J. Johnson

  • Standards (Emarcy, 1991)
  • Heroes (Verve, 1998)

With Oliver Lake

  • Heavy Spirits (Freedom/Arista, 1975)

With the Hubert Laws Group

With Dave Liebman

  • Setting the Standard (Red, 1993)

With Abbey Lincoln

  • A Turtle’s Dream (Gitanes/Verve, 1994)

With Carmen Lundy

  • Good Morning Kiss (BlackHawk, 1986)
  • This Is Carmen Lundy (Afrasia, 2001)
  • Something to Believe In (Justin Time, 2003)
  • Jazz and the New Songbook: Live at the Madrid (Afrasia, 2005)
  • Night and Day (Afrasia, 2011)

With Helen Merrill

  • Brownie – Homage to Clifford Brown (Verve, 1994)

With David Murray

  • Lucky Four (Tutu, 1988)
  • MX (Red Baron, 1992)

With George Russell's New York Band

  • Live in an American Time Spiral (Soul Note, 1982)

With Joe Sample

With David Sanborn

  • Sanborn (Warner Bros., 1976)
  • Promise Me the Moon (Warner Bros., 1977)

With Woody Shaw

With Lew Soloff

  • With a Song in My Heart (Milestone, 1998)

With John Stubblefield

  • Bushman Song (Enja, 1986)
  • Countin' on the Blues (Enja, 1987)

With Harvie Swartz

  • Urban Earth (Gramavision, 1985)
  • Smart Moves (Gramavision, 1986)

With Charles Tolliver

  • With Love (2007)

With Steve Turre

  • Rhythm Within (Antilles, 1995)
  • Steve Turre (Verve, 1997)
  • TNT (Trombone-N-Tenor) (Telarc, 2001)

With Tom Varner

With Bobby Watson & Horizon

  • No Question About It (Blue Note, 1988)
  • The Inventor (Blue Note, 1990)
  • Present Tense (Columbia, 1992)
  • Midwest Shuffle (Columbia, 1994)

With Randy Weston

  • Khepera (Verve, 2000)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic
  2. ^ "Family Portrait". Valley Entertainment. Retrieved 8 July 2010.