This article originally ran in the December 2009 issue of Modern Drummer magazine. 1. Think marketing. I made my latest record [Since 1972] on my own dime. So I thought, How can I do something cool and interesting to… Sorgente: Josh Freese: How to Promote Yourself, and Other Insights
Released in 1996 Live! from the Jeff Hamilton trio is a collection from old standards to bop classics including an amazing drum solo performance on “A Night in Tunisia” and an interpretation of “Bemsha Swing” (my favourite track of the album) with a new orleans/second line feel. Jeff is a master of the brushes and his drumming is very … More Jeff Hamilton Trio – Live!
Nice memories 🙂
Milton Banana was a Brazilian drummer who invented the bossa nova drumming style.He was a prolific session man and he recorded extensively with Tom Jobim, João Donato, and many others. He also performed gigs every night with people like Luís Eça, Johnny Alf, Roberto Menescal, Carlos Lyra, Ed Lincoln, Newton Mendoça, Claudete Soares, Baden Powell, … More Milton Banana Trio – Serrado
Murray Spivack was a Russian- born American sound engineer.He was also a drum teacher who’s students included Louie Bellson, Joe Morello, David Garibaldi, Phil Maturano, Josh Freese, Vinnie Colaiuta, Chuck Silverman, Chad Wackerman, Ed Shaughnessy and many more. Some years ago at his masterclass the drummer Phil Maturano (he also studied with Murray) spoke about … More Murray Spivack technique
The half-time shuffle is one the most important groove to know and you can heard this groove in a great variety of song from R&B to rock, jazz-rock and pop music. I transcribed some important grooves with the half-time shuffle feel, enjoy. DOWNLOAD THE PDF The master of this groove is Bernard Purdie with his … More Half-Time Shuffle