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Articles in October 1977

Features

Terri Lyne Carrington: She's Only Just Begun

Terri Lyne Carrington: She's Only Just Begun by Jack London Why a feature story on a twelve year old little girl in a drummers magazine? Very simple. Terri Lyne Carrington of Medford, Massachusetts first off is not your average twelve-year-old…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
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October 1977 - Volume 1 • Number 4

Lenny White, Badal Roy, Butch Miles, Max Roach, Terri Lyne Carrington, Garry Marshall

Modern Drummer
Oct 1, 1977
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Rudimental Symposium: The Swiss Rudiments - A Brief Insight

Since the onset of our Rudimental Symposium series, we've had several requests to supply some information on the interesting Swiss Rudiments. Though the American and Swiss rudiments have great similarities, the Swiss system - as you will see - presents…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
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Drivers Seat: Tips From Butch Miles

Drivers Seat Tips From Butch Miles A big band is many things. It can be top-heavy and cumbersome, or to quote a certain well-known world champion, it can float like a butterfly and sting like a bee. One minute it…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
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Jazz Drummer's Workshop: A New Look At The Traditional Rolls

Jazz Drummer's Workshop A New Look At The Traditional Rolls by Micky Earnshaw The standard rudimental open rolls, based upon the double-stroke roll, are standard knowledge to most drummers. If we begin the traditional double-stroke roll on its second note,…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
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Features

North - Directional Drums Strive For Unconventional Sound

North Directional Drums Strive For Unconventional Sound by Stu Astor ONE THING that Roger North's drums have in common with most other percussion instruments is that the drummer hits them with a drumstick. But from that point on, North, a…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
Features

Tabla Talk: Badal Roy - Jazz Tabla Master

Tabla Talk: Badal Roy Jazz Tabla Master Shining bright white in the traditional garb of Indian music, Badal Roy hunched over his two table drums and squinted into the falling afternoon sun. At his side was bassist Frank Tusa, and the…

by Bob Henschen
Feb 23, 2017
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Drum Soloist: Max Roach Transcription And Analysis

Drum Soloist Max Roach Transcription And Analysis by Lowell Schiff The following is excerpted from a soon to be released instruction manual on jazz drumming by Lowell Schiff, entitled Toward a Theory of Jazz Drumming.Album: Deeds Not Words. Title of…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
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Garry Marshall: Hollywood Producer Reminisces

Garry Marshall: Hollywood Producer Reminisces by Gabe Villani The famed producer of TV's Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley is just one of show businesses successful personalities who've been known to dabble in the fine art of drumming. MD'sown Gabe…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017
Features

Beyond Forever: Lenny White

Beyond Forever: MD Talks With Lenny White by Aran Wald Lenny White was born in Queens, N. Y. and travelled to Forever. Excuse the forced pun, but it was with Chick Corea's Return to Forever, that Lenny made the reputation…

Modern Drummer
Feb 23, 2017

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