Subterranean : new designs on Bowie's Berlin

Dylan Howe (performer), Mark Hodgson (performer), Ross Stanley (performer)
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Subterranean : new designs on Bowie's Berlin
Dylan Howe  (drums) Mark Hodgson  (contrabas) Ross Stanley  (piano;synthesizer) Brandon Allen  (saxofoon) Julian Siegel  (saxofoon;klarinet)
Motorik, 2014
1 cd + boekje
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73 - Jazz (NBLC) J1 - Jazz (Flemish music schema)

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About Dylan Howe

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Dylan Lee Howe (born 4 August 1969) is an English drummer, bandleader, session musician and composer. The son of guitarist Steve Howe with whom he has sometimes collaborated, Dylan is also noted for his work with rock band the Blockheads (both before and after the death of singer Ian Dury), in addition to his own work as a jazz bandleader and prolific session work with a variety of musicians. He was also the brother of musician Virgil Howe.

Early life

Howe grew up in Hampstead, London, and is the eldest son of Yes guitarist Steve Howe and his first wife, Patricia Stebbings. His half brother was Virgil Howe.

Named after Dylan Thomas and Bob Dylan, Steve Howe's guitar instrumental "Clap" was written for him.

Howe attended King Alfred School from 1975 to 1986. He began drumming at the age of 10, and although he briefly studied with Bob Armstrong, Bill Bruford, and Jonathan Mover; he is …Read more on Wikipedia