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January 1986 – Volume 10 • Number 1

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Articles in January 1986

The State Of The Art — Alan Dawson

Alan Dawson is not a man who’s swayed by the current whims of the drum industry.

by Scott K. Fish
Oct 5, 2018

The State Of The Art — Buddy Rich

You’ve got to love the guy. Let’s face it: He doesn’t have to be out there on the road all the time.

by Rick Mattingly
Oct 5, 2018

The State Of The Art — Larrie Londin

When Steve Perry called Larrie Londin to do Steve’s solo album last year, it was obvious that Perry knew something that a lot of people don’t know, he wanted someone who could give him a great R&B feel, and that’s what he got.

by Robyn Flans
Oct 5, 2018

The State Of The Art — Danny Gottlieb

It was a fairly typical Monday night at the Village Vanguard in New York City.

by Rick Mattingly
Oct 5, 2018

The State Of The Art

An Anniversary is typically a time to celebrate, but it can also be a time to reflect on the past and look ahead to the future.

Modern Drummer
Oct 5, 2018
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The State Of The Art — Sly Dunbar

  Reggae: 1984, ’85 Kingston, Jamaica is full of young, aspiring musicians. Ride past any of the city's recording studios—Tuff Gong, Dynamic, Channel One, Aquarius—and you'll see barefoot kids hanging out, listening to the riddims that escape through the fence…

by Robert Santelli
Oct 5, 2018

The State Of The Art — Omar Hakim

Don't try putting a label on Omar Hakim.

by Rick Mattingly
Oct 5, 2018

State Of The Art — Louie Bellson

One thing never changes—Louie Bellson’s constant desire to change.

by Robyn Flans
Oct 5, 2018

The State Of The Art — David Garibaldi

You have to admire someone who is successful and happy doing something, but stops because he doesn’t feel that he is growing.

by Robyn Flans
Oct 5, 2018

January 1986 - Volume 10 • Number 1

Louie Bellson, Alan Dawson, Sly Dunbar, Steve Gadd, David Garibaldi, Danny Gottlieb, Omar Hakim, Larrie Londin, Neil Peart, Buddy Rich, Andy Newmark, Jimmy Bralower, Jules Moss, Bill Bruford, Gil Moore, Carl Palmer, John Bonham, Karen Carpenter, Nick Ceroli, Papa Jo…

Modern Drummer
Jan 1, 1986

Jules Moss: Prepared For The Unusual

It’s hard to describe just what Jules Moss is playing with the Graham Moses band. If you had to give it just one name, you ’d probably say "jazz," because that’s the term usually applied to unique or unusual music…

by Rick Van Horn
Oct 5, 2018

The State Of The Art — Steve Gadd

Steve Gadd hardly needs an introduction here.

by Robert Santelli
Oct 5, 2018

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