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Here is a good one! This is my younger drummer brother Roy's band from the 90's, the snare is the actual Tama bell brass "The Terminator" used on Nirvana's Nevermind and a bunch of other great records. This is the same Gretsch kit that Dave Grohl plays in the beginning of "Sound City" the movie and he is playing the same snare...provided by The Drum Doctor. The album was recorded and produced by Matt Wallace (Maroon 5, Korn,Train,Replacements,Spin Doctors) at Sound City Studios in 96.
--Damien

 
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The Marty Paich Quartet Featuring Art Pepper – Marty Paich Quartet
Tampa Records

00:00 1 What's Right For You (Gluckman, Doris, Goodman)
03:13 2 You And The Night And The Music (Schwartz, Diez)
06:39 3 Sidewinder (Pittman, Paich)
09:06 4 Abstract Art (Marty Paich)
12:03 5 Over The Rainbow ( Harburg, Arlen)
14:27 6 All The Things You Are (Kern, Hammerstein)
17:54 7 Pitfall (Bill Pittman)
21:28 8 Melancholy Madeline (Robert Scherman)
24:17 9 Marty's Blues (Marty Paich)

Alto Saxophone – Art Pepper
Bass – Buddy Clark
Drums – Frank Capp
Piano – Marty Paich

Recorded August 1956, Hollywood.
 

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Listening to old Planet X I stumbled upon Nili Brosh doing a great cover of X's Alien Hip Hop (with Virgil Donati).

 


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