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Frank Capp

Frank Capp

Frank Capp


Frank Capp (Francis Cappuccio, August 20, 1931 – September 12, 2017) was an American jazz drummer. Capp also played on numerous rock and roll sessions and is considered to be a member of The Wrecking Crew. Capp was born August 20, 1931 in Worcester, Massachusetts. He began playing with Stan Kenton starting in 1951 and remained with Kenton for some time. Later he joined Neal Hefti's group. He often accompanied Peggy Lee on some of her road dates and subsequently came to Los Angeles where he joined Billy May and recorded with The Wrecking Crew. Read more on Last.fm
Frank Capp (Francis Cappuccio, August 20, 1931 – September 12, 2017) was an American jazz drummer. Capp also played on numerous rock and roll sessions and is considered to be a member of The Wrecking Crew. Capp was born August 20, 1931 in Worcester, Massachusetts. He began playing with Stan Kenton starting in 1951 and remained with Kenton for some time. Later he joined Neal Hefti's group.

He often accompanied Peggy Lee on some of her road dates and subsequently came to Los Angeles where he joined Billy May and recorded with The Wrecking Crew. Together with Nat Pierce he founded the Capp/Pierce Juggernaut Big Band in 1975. Frank complained that rock drummers had ruined drum hardware. By playing harder than jazz drummers, cymbal stands were built heavier over the years. Frank said, "I used to be able to move my entire drum kit by myself on the NYC subway." Selected discography With Chet Baker Albert's House (Beverly Hills, 1969) With Herbie Harper Quintet Five Brothers (Tampa Records, 1955) With Stan Kenton City of Glass (Capitol, 1951) Popular Favorites by Stan Kenton (Capitol, 1953) This Modern World (Capitol, 1953) With Michael Nesmith The Wichita Train Whistle Sings (Dot, 1968) With Jack Nitzsche Heart Beat (Soundtrack) (Capitol, 1980) With Anita O'Day In a Mellow Tone (Kayo, 1989) With Joe Pass A Sign of the Times (World Pacific, 1965) With André Previn King Size! (Contemporary, 1959) Dinah Sings, Previn Plays (Capitol, 1959) - with Dinah Shore Like Previn! (Contemporary, 1960) André Previn and J.

J. Johnson (Columbia, 1961) - with J. J. Johnson Duet (Columbia, 1962) - with Doris Day With Shorty Rogers Shorty Rogers Meets Tarzan (MGM, 1960) With Bud Shank Girl in Love (World Pacific, 1966) Bud Shank Plays Music from Today's Movies (World Pacific, 1967) With Sonny and Cher "The Beat Goes On" (Atlantic/Atco, 1967) With Ben Webster The Warm Moods (Reprise, 1961) Read more on Last.fm.

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