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Edgar Bateman Wikipedia
Edgar Bateman Jr. (born 1929; died in South Philadelphia on May 18, 2010) was an American jazz drummer. He first recorded with Walt Dickerson and would later work with Eric Dolphy, Herbie Hancock, Booker Ervin, and others. His final recording was with Khan Jamal. He neither smoke nor drank alcohol and was said to be health conscious. He had rheumatic fever as a child and was originally from St. Louis. In St. Louis he and Oliver Nelson were in high school band together.
With Walt DickersonWalt Dickerson 1976 (Whynot, 1976)
With John HandyJazz (Roulette, 1962)
""With Bobby Zankel and Dylan Taylor""Many In Body, One In Mind (CIMP, 2008)