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Whit Dickey made a name for himself as the former drummer of David S. Ware’s famous quartet. Since then Dickey’s musical contributions have gone well beyond his work as Ware’s drummer. He is capable of tremendous power and yet has the ability for subtle gesture. Dickey is a composer as well as a drummer and his music has reached new heights in his recent small group work, with a coterie of great musicians including alto saxophonist Rob Brown. He has also performed with Matthew Shipp since 1991 and continues to play and record with Roy Campbell Jr., Mat Maneri, Chris Lightcap and many others.

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Album Morph by Whit Dickey

Morph

ESP Disk
2020

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Album Drone Dream by Whit Dickey

Drone Dream

NoBusiness Records
2019

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Album Vessel in Orbit by Whit Dickey

Vessel in Orbit

AUM Fidelity
2017

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Sacred Ground

Wobbly Rail
2006

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