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December 1981 January 1982 – Volume 5 • Number 9

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Articles in December 1981 January 1982

Education

Strictly Technique: Extending Stick Control

Strictly Technique Extending Stick Control by Ray Fransen Stick Control by George L. Stone is perhaps the most widely accepted text on "pure" technique for snare drum. However, many drum set players of very high caliber have also mentioned this…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
Features

Up and Coming: Butch Baron

Up and Coming Butch Baron   Butch Baron was raised on Long Island, New York, but has spent the last few years on the West Coast. He has taken the seeming "adversity" of being a drummer with only one leg…

by Scott K. Fish
Feb 23, 2017
Education

Rock Perspectives: It’s an Open and Shut Case

Rock Perspectives It’s an Open and Shut Case By David Garibaldi When playing consecutive sixteenth notes on the H.H., with eighth note and/or sixteenth note "swishes" in the pattern, the tendency upon closing the H.H. (at the end of the…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
Concepts

Concepts: Overcoming the “Horribles???

Concepts Overcoming the “Horribles” by Roy Burns Imagine yourself playing in a club and having a really good time. It's one of those nights when the group is clicking and the audience is really with you. Suddenly, you notice a…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
Drum Soloist

Drum Soloist: Steve Gadd “Samba Song???

Drum Soloist Steve Gadd "Samba Song" Transcribed by David Wood

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
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Education

South of the Border: Mambo on the Drum Set

South of the Border Mambo on the Drum Set by John Rae The Mambo, along with its close relative the Son Montuno, makes up a significant share of the music played at Latin dances. It is too bad that the…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
Features

Andrew Cyrille: An Aesthetic Endeavor

Andrew Cyrille: An Aesthetic Endeavor   HH: What motivated you to study music? AC: We always had some kind of instrument in the house. My sister got piano and violin lessons, and I remember banging on the piano. My mother…

by Harold Howland
Feb 23, 2017
Flipbook

December 1981 January 1982 - Volume 5 • Number 9

Ringo Starr, Saul Goodman, Mitch Mitchell, Andrew Cyrille, Steve Gadd, Joe Stefko, Joe LaBarbera, David Samuels

Modern Drummer
Dec 1, 1981
Features

Portraits: The Oak Ridge Boys’ Fred Satterfield

The Oak Ridge Boys’ Fred Satterfield From Breaking Ground to Finding Students FS: I was born in California. I'm from the Los Angeles area. I've been traveling and playing for money since I was about 14. I'm 25 today. I started…

by Scott K. Fish
Feb 23, 2017

The Continuing Experience of Mitch Mitchell

By Gary Herman Photos by Jim Marshall I didn't expect to find such a dapper-looking young gentleman. He was wearing a two-piece worsted suit and an expensive looking three-quarter length black sheepskin coat (he told me it was house-trained). This…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017

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