Looks like they couldn't get Buddy a WMP Seat-Case either.....As a kid Buddy was god to me - fast fast fast fast fast. And flashy. And cocky. During one cruise-through at the local music store, I nabbed a Rogers flyer with this color photo of Buddy on the cover:
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The inside of the foldout flyer had a photo of a snazzy Rogers outfit and also this cropped photo of Buddy that my pre-teen keen sense of detection told me was taken at the same time/place as the cover shot:
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And that was that was that until I recently stumbled upon a bunch of other photos also taken at the same place/time, which apparently turned out to be the famous drum solo event at the 1965 Newport Jazz Festival (featuring Louie Bellson, Elvin Jones and Art Blakey and Buddy) about which Buddy said, "I did things that day that I didn't even know I was capable of playing...I had said it all, man. Like I had never said it before. Or since."
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Cool. Let me be so bold to post one of me from 10 years ago as well. I love how this turned out.
As much as I love Stewart’s playing, I agree.This is the ad that made me go out and buy Rude cymbals. I sold them not long after. I wasn't really a fan of the sound.
You won’t find any Zickos ads featuring any of our endorsers. All of our print advertising only featured the drums. There were some handout pieces that listed who used our drums and what their setup was.Can't seem to find this one -
Jim Capaldi on Zickos
There's also Jimmy Fox on COW Slingerlands and Karen Carpenter on blue Vista Lite Octa Plus posters that kinda stuck in the canyons of my mind .
I assume you mean Jimmy Fox of the James Gang. Do you have a copy of that ad, or know where I could find it?There's also Jimmy Fox on COW Slingerlands and Karen Carpenter on blue Vista Lite Octa Plus posters that kinda stuck in the canyons of my mind .