If anyone else streamed Small's last night, they saw a superb rhythm section: George Cables(b.11/14/44), Ron Carter(b.5/4/37 & Al Foster(b.1/18/43)
They were in full control and ageless, as is the music they played!
The leader, saxophonist Tim Ries merited their company... as did Gregoire Maret...
Coming across this comment by rondrums51 in another thread had me remembering Stu:
"Also, my old drum teacher Stu Martin told me that Jack DeJohnette demolished that Hollywood kit with Miles."
The only time I saw and heard Stu was at The Crawford Grill in Pittsburgh in, I believe, '60 or '61...
Just when I thought, "I don't need another cymbal", this came along and I couldn't resist!
18" Trans Stamp; 1542 g (seller's pics... I don't have it in my possession yet)
It's all due to playing... and loving... this 18" all over again after years on the shelf
As an aside; the...
I thought it might be worth starting a new thread on the topic.
These images were made with the incomparable Nikkor 55mm Micro lens (purchased new in 1971) mounted on a Nikon D 80 digital camera.
As the stamps differ slightly in detail, perhaps Zenstat could establish a time frame for them.
Does anyone have experience removing a stain from a calf head?
I was thinking of applying a diluted bleach solution with a q tip.
I just acquired this head. it's in excellent condition and I'd hate to mess it up trying to erase a minor cosmetic flaw. The drum sounds even better than it did with...
Many here will remember Mike. He was a frequent poster on DFO with a passion for vintage drums, an arcane knowledge of drums and drummers, as well as many opinions which he freely expressed.
He had a blog about drums and drumming.
My google search came up empty.
My newest edition to the Agop collection... weighing 1737g, it's extremely thin for a 22.
The seller's demo here is quite accurate in conveying its qualities: