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    Philip William Seamen (28 August 1926 – 13 October 1972) was an English jazz drummer. With a background in big band music, Seamen played and recorded in a wide range of musical contexts with virtually every key figure of 1950s and 1960s British jazz .

  2. Phil Seamen; Información personal; Nombre de nacimiento: Philip William Seamen: Nacimiento: 28 de agosto de 1926 Burton upon Trent (Reino Unido) Fallecimiento: 13 de octubre de 1972 (46 años) Lambeth (Reino Unido) Sepultura: Crematorio de Golders Green: Nacionalidad: Británica: Información profesional; Ocupación: Baterista de ...

  3. For close on twenty years, Phil Seamen was the outstanding drummer in Britain. He set the standard. As a drummer he gave everything and as a character, he wasn’t exactly retiring. His amazing talent has never received proper recognition, however, now with the publication of his autobiography and his music that is available here for sale and ...

  4. 4 de nov. de 2022 · Phillip William Seamen died in his London flat on 13 October 1972 not long after steeping out of a railway carriage on the wrong side at a station and falling on the electrified track. That didn’t kill him. He was taken to hospital but he discharged himself. The cause of death was barbiturate poisoning.

  5. Image ©Authors Collection. Phillip William Seamen was born in Burton on Trent, the beer capital of Britain on 28th August 1926. He started playing drums, that he referred to as his ‘Heinz 57 kit’, when he was four years old in a school band. Leaving at 14, he got an electrical apprenticeship at Marston’s Brewery where his father Joe was ...

  6. 248 subscribers. 34K views 7 years ago. Side A of the Phil Seamen Story. Phil Seamen British Jazz Drummer talks about some of his experiences. Show more.

  7. 30 de ene. de 2010 · Phil Seamen is arguably the greatest jazz drummer Europe has ever produced. But let's not confine his talent to 'jazz' or Europe—he was a great drummer, period. Seamen took to drugs like a duck to water. The French have an accurate word for that—toxicomane—meaning having a talent for addiction. He was a born raver.