M'Boom

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M'Boom
GenresJazz
Years active1970–1992
LabelsBaystate, Columbia, Soul Note, Blue Moon
Past members

M'Boom was an American jazz percussion group founded by drummer Max Roach in 1970. The original members were Roach, Roy Brooks, Warren Smith, Joe Chambers, Omar Clay, Ray Mantilla, and Freddie Waits.

All of M'Boom's members were percussionists, and they used a variety of instruments besides the drums, such as bells, gongs, marimba, tympani, vibraphone, xylophone, and musical saw.[1]

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  1. ^ Yanow, Scott. "M'Boom | Biography & History | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 18 December 2016.

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