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Old 20th November 2002, 04:24 AM   #21
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Old 20th November 2002, 05:53 AM   #22
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Fred Young kicks much butt and he does his solo w/o sticks.
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Old 20th November 2002, 11:57 AM   #23
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Old 7th February 2003, 01:17 PM   #24
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The best solo I heard is Thomas Lang (austria) in John Wetton's Tokyo Live double CD...incredible stuff...

Billy Cobham has plenty all over the place,.,,,Neil Pert is a bit predictable and doesnt have on ounce of Jazz in him,,,,he even got depressed that he couldnt play better in his Buddy Rich tribute CD...

For finesse,,,Bill Bruford does it for me.
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Default Gerry Garcia

Wailing on his wall of drums at Copps Colleseum in Hamilton Ontario. Sadly the last Gratefull Dead concert it was my pleasure to attend. Near the bands end they advised against drug use...when asked about this turn by a reporter..."why the change? you used to promote drug use!?" Gerry's answer? "we didn't promote it...we cellibrated it!"

We lost one of the best musicians ever IMHO with his passing.

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Old 6th March 2003, 05:26 PM   #26
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We lost one of the best musicians ever IMHO with his passing.
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Old 6th March 2003, 06:15 PM   #27
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jerry garcia was a great guitarist, no doubt.

however, perhaps you are thinking of mickey hart, the drummer? he's still alive and drumming.

a jerry garcia drum solo would be interesting, indeed. dunno if he ever did one, though.

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It was a few years back to be sure..but I'd swear it was Gerry workin the drums at the end of the show. Maybe the deadline has a few members that were straight enough to remember the concert.

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Old 2nd May 2004, 06:30 PM   #29
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Default Drum solos

I have always loved the drum solo John Guerin did on the 'Tom Cat' album with the L.A. Express way back in 1974, on the track 'Mondo'. Remains one of the best solos I have heard. His hands are great but I love the way he incorporated his bass drum into the solo, brilliant! He recently passed away, which is sad, he was a good one!

Also, I love the solo Cobham did on 'One Word' from 'Birds of Fire'. I love that marching band feel he laid down.

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My favourites are Led Zeppelin's Bonham, Tool's Danny Carey and Slayer's Dave Lombardo. It's not just how technical these guys can get that grabs me, it's how they mesh with their band they augment every lyric, guitar and bass note. It always blows me away how Lombardo can play a fill evrey 5s in each song but it never comes off as cheesy. Another thing that amazes me is how all of these guys add subtle complexity to passages that other drummers would leave simple, instead of boom ba ba boom it's boom paba ba baBoom...the cat left scat
I also love the japanese KODO...amazing, especially on my bl horns, soooo dynamic.
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