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August 1984 – Volume 8 • Number 8

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Articles in August 1984

Features

Thommy Price — Thunder & Lightening

THIS man is rock 'n' roll history,

by Connie Fisher
Jul 18, 2018
Features

Will Dower — Australian Sessionman

THERE'S no denying that in recent months a very significant amount of the world's innovative music and musicians have been coming from Australia. One has only to look at the hit songs and top acts to see names like Men…

by Rick Van Horn
Jul 18, 2018
Features

Bob Moses — Dreamer

Watching Bob Moses hover over his drums at Right Track Studios in Manhattan like a marionette spider, deadpanning Buster Keatonish responses to the groove of fellow- percussionists Don Alias, Billy Hart and Pheeroan ak Laff, I thought back to what he'd…

by Chip Stern
Jul 18, 2018
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August 1984 - Volume 8 • Number 8

Levon Helm, Thommy Price, Bob Moses, Philly Joe Jones, Baby Dodds, Will Dower, Bill Bruford, Larrie Londin, Denny Carmassi, Stan Lynch, Gerry Speiser

Modern Drummer
Aug 1, 1984
Concepts

Drummers and Put-Downs

The drummer, more than any other musician, is routinely subjected to dumb, uninformed put-downs. It seems to start very early in life. For example, very young drummers-to-be might hear their parents say, "Oh no, not the drums. They are so…

by Roy Burns
Jul 18, 2018
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