The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by LBCD, Jan 25, 2019.
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For anyone that's interested, public television is running a special
called "The Best Of The Buddy Rich Show" that was taped in 1982
but never broadcast. Of course, Buddy's working like a madman,
showing why he's arguably the greatest drummer. Also featured is
Gerry Mulligan and Stan Getz on sax, Woody Herman on clarinet,
Ray Charles on piano and both Ray and Mel Torme singing. I kind
of dig big band jazz so it was kool to watch Mulligan and Torme
playing off each other and Ray singing "Busted".
Once again…giving this thread a ride . The second most well known name in cymbals…Paiste. This one being a 20” medium thickness :
The world lost Mr. Watts yesterday...the Stones can never be the same without him, in my book. Godspeed Charlie…
I dug the Stones from the beginning and up to, including, Tattoo You.
I always got a kick out of Charlie, he was Mr. Dependable. He didn't
need to be bombastic like, say, Keith Moon. He wasn't a showman, he
was a musician. Can Charlie Watts be replaced? Most likely but it would
take a hell of a search. Mick and Keef could go on doing a blues thing,
while Ronnie can play with most anyone
I've never felt the way I am now when any other artist has passed.
This is cool.
Just “brushing” the dust off this thread. Any more vintage drums or drummers out there?
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