Edit Artist ; Share. Paul T Riddle has estimated annual revenues of $160,000.00 and also employs an estimated 3 employees. If this data is unavailable or inaccurate and you own or represent this business. Shortly after, AVCO became American Airways (the predecessor of American Airlines), and the Embry-Riddle Company was gone.[7]. I got into Alan Dawson because my dad took me to a jazz festival in Charlotte when I was in the eighth grade. Alan always plays great. That’s why I really like that album a lot. I copped a lot of licks from this guy.

It blew me away. Paul T. Riddle, Paul Riddell, Paul T. Riddle [a677040] Artist . Paul Riddle currently lives in Greenville, SC; in the past Paul has also lived in Inman SC and Spartanburg SC. Copyright © 2020 Modern Drummer Publications.

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On December 17, 1925, exactly 22 years after the Wright Brothers' first flight, Riddle and T. Higbee Embry formed the Embry-Riddle Company at Lunken Airport in Cincinnati, Ohio. It’s totally different from the original recording with Morello, but it’s good in its own way. Jack Six was on bass, Gerry Mulligan on baritone sax, Alan Dawson on drums and Brubeck on piano. Paul T. Riddle. If you can find it, it’s a great record. A separate division of Embry-Riddle provided technical training in maintenance and metal work. Also, Rick really listens to the songs, which is great. [6] Riddle was named general manager, and the two began to sell Waco Aircraft in Cincinnati.

My dream when I was younger was to go to Berklee, mainly to study under Alan Dawson. In the past, Paul has also been known as P T Riddle, Riddle Tramell Paul, Paul T Riddle and Paul Tramel Riddle.

They’re one of my favorite bands in the world. Live In London is one of my favorites musically. He had landed at a polo field, offered Embry a ride in his plane, and from then on they were good friends. [3], John P. Riddle (19 May 1901 – 6 April 1989), "Florida Aviation Historical Society: Inductees For 2005", "John Paul Riddle, 87, Aviation Education Leader", "Pikeville College - Outstanding Alumni Award Recipients", "Florida Aviation Hall Of Fame Inductees Named", List of Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University alumni, Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Asia, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Paul_Riddle&oldid=962433318, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. In 1948 he married Adele Goeser and her four children. [4] His ashes were scattered over the Atlantic.

It was the first time that the band on We’re All Together Again played together. [1]

Our competitive landscape shows how this business compares to similar businesses in their industry and region based on information found in their Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Review profile. Three Quartets gives you the great other side of Steve Gadd. McKay purchased Riddle's share of Embry-Riddle in 1944 and from then on the two co-founders of the original Embry-Riddle were no longer involved. When the horn bands started happening, like Cold Blood, Tower of Power and Ten Wheel Drive, I really liked them, and I liked the singer with Cold Blood. I got into Alan Dawson because my dad took me to a jazz festival in Charlotte when I was in the eighth grade. [8], Riddle also founded many other aviation related companies and schools. Get Directions. Sandy McKee plays drums, and he plays a lot. Again, “Take Five” on this album is a killer!

Marketplace 2,729 For Sale. This regularly scheduled service was operated by Riddle Airlines, which was incorporated by Riddle. I like the way Rick Marotta sounds because the stuff is laid back, but he digs in with it. He contacted Embry, who had no interest in reentering a partnership with Riddle. He’s kind of all over the place, but he plays great. Riddle had met Embry two years prior, while Riddle was barnstorming in Ohio. They had two more children and were divorced in 1969, but ended up as friends living in the same house in Coral Gables, Florida where aged 87 Riddle came down with an illness and died in his sleep a few days later, April 6, 1989. The school grew rapidly in 1928 and 1929, until the Embry-Riddle Company (now the Embry-Riddle Aviation Corporation) was merged with the Aviation Corporation (AVCO) of Delaware. Wesley L. McDonald Elder Statesman Award - 1986, Pikeville College Outstanding Alumni Award - 1988, This page was last edited on 14 June 2020, at 01:28.

Personal life. It’s got some umph to it. Then I heard about the V.S.O.P.

Tony’s drums sounded like cannons.

Joe Morello’s playing was so clean. I guess I’ve got every record that Buddy has done with his big band.

I just really enjoy his playing.

It was totally acoustic jazz miked through a great P. A.; loud and so forceful. John Paul Riddle (May 19, 1901 – April 6, 1989) was a pilot and aviation pioneer, best known for training Allied air crews in WW2 and co-founding what later became Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU). The flying and technical school was so large that it contracted five flying schools to the US and British governments.

Being from South Carolina, I came up listening to a lot of things like Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, and James Brown. Terms of Service apply.

When I started playing, I got heavily into Joe Morello and I was listening to Dave Brubeck records all the time. The drum sound on Dad Loves His Work is phenomenal, first of all. 130 WALL CT INMAN, SC 29349 In 1939, Riddle was ready to get back into the business of training pilots. It’s great that you hear a guy play funk, and lay things down so straight ahead and so beautifully; and then he turns around and plays on a record like Three Quartets. Apple Juice got me off because Steve Gadd played live on it, with Ralph Mac- Donald and Marcus Miller. It was pure and clean, yet really forceful. Summary: Paul Riddle is 66 years old and was born on 12/01/1953.

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Riddle and McKay also formed the Riddle Aeronautical Institute at Carlstrom Field in Arcadia, Florida on March 22, 1941 for the purpose of training pilots for the United States Army Air Corps. Having had the pleasure to hear Duane Allman play live several times when I was 17 or 18 years old—he always inspires me when I hear him play guitar, whether it’s on Aretha Franklin records, with the Allman Brother’s Band, on “Layla” or whatever. I always enjoyed hearing Buddy play. Born on May 19, 1901[1] in Pikeville, Kentucky. What do you say about Elvin? Sam Clayton on percussion is excellent also. There is an open, real funky part in the song “Hour That The Morning Comes” where he plays his ass off.

I’ve heard Tris Imboden play with Kenny Loggins since he first joined the band. AVCO phased out the Embry-Riddle Flying School in the fall of 1930. When they recorded this live record, it was great because it took me back to when I was a kid.

In May 1945, J.P. Riddle Company used some aircraft to relocate American transport instructors to his school in Brazil. Plus, one of my favorites, Dr. John, sings a tune. I’ve always loved Swingin’ New Big Band with the original version of “West Side Story,” but Live In London is musically great and the charts are wonderful. I had the pleasure of seeing him play with Firefall. I chose Waiting For Columbus, their live album, because it’s a good overall picture of Ritchie Hayward and the band.

All rights reserved. [3]. When they do those breakdowns, especially when Butch is on the timpani, all of a sudden it sounds like you’re hearing the drums in the hall. John Paul Riddle (May 19, 1901 – April 6, 1989) was a pilot and aviation pioneer, best known for training Allied air crews in WW2 and co-founding what later became Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU). I’ve listened to a lot of Tony Williams’ stuff with Miles Davis for years.

It’s so natural sounding. The reason I listed Jaimo on the first Sea Level record is because it’s a good one.

To this day, the drum solo on the original “Take Five” is still one of my favorite drum sounds of all time. If you enjoy Gadd’s playing, I think it’s a record you would get a kick out of. I think Live At The Fillmore East is one of the best live recordings I’ve ever heard for a rock ‘n’ roll band.

It was the first time that the band on We’re All Together Again played together. Since 2005, Paul T Riddle has been providing Business Services At Non-commercial Site from Inman. Butch Trucks plays well on this record too. In spring of 1926, the Embry-Riddle Company opened the Embry-Riddle Flying School. Privacy Policy and

I just like the music on the record. If you listen to some of the things that Jaimo plays in the background, man, you’ll hear great cymbal work and press rolls on the snare drum.

Tommy Caldwell and I used to listen to these Cold Blood records for hours! As a young man Paul Riddle was married to and divorced from an opera singer named Grace, whose last name is lost in time, perhaps because they had no children. Riddle, now living in Miami, Florida, found a partner in John G. McKay and his wife, Isabel.

Jaimo’s been one of the biggest influences as a friend and musically since I was 18 years old. I love everything about the first V.S.O.P. It was like hearing a rock band almost. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google It sounds so beautiful. The J.P. Riddle Company was a school founded in 1939. I listed The Main Force for Elvin Jones because that’s the band he had when I saw him for the first time at the Village Vanguard in New York City. Tom Dowd told me that they did this by leaving the vocal mic’s open, so you’re just hearing the ambience of the hall. I also listened to his own albums, like Believe It and Million Dollar Legs. The record before First Taste, Sysiphus, was also good, but Donny Hathaway wrote a bunch of the tunes on First Taste. All Rights Reserved. That was the first time I’d heard jazz at that volume through a great P. A.

The Tucker band played a show once where Kenny Loggins was opening, we were in the middle, and Fleetwood Mac was closing. [2] After graduating from Pikeville College, according to Mr Riddle, he entered the Naval Academy, but left after a year because he wanted to fly airplanes, which he learned to do with the US Army Air Service in Texas after first learning to overhaul plane engines... allowing him to fulfill his boyhood dream of becoming a barnstormer, flying cross country giving rides to people at fairs, having girls write messages on the wings of his Jenny, the plane he loved best. Then I went down to see him about three nights in a row with that same band at The Lighthouse in California. The reason I listed Greatest Hits is because it’s got “Three To Get Ready,” “Blue Rondo A La Turk” and “Take Five.” Those were the Morello tunes that really got me, when I was young. record.