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    Steve Gadd

    Drummer: Steve Gadd
    Main Style: Many
    Main Band: Many / Studio
    Brief summary:(Born April 9, 1945 in Irondequoit, New York) is an American session and studio drummer, notable for his work with popular musicians of many genres.
    Other facts:Gadd was drafted into the U.S. Army and spent three years as a drummer in the Army Music Program, most of which was spent with the Jazz Ambassadors of the U.S. Army Field Band in Ft. Meade, MD. While living in the Washington DC area, he briefly took lessons from the noted jazz drummer, Michael S. Smith. Following his military service, Gadd played and worked with a band in Rochester. In 1972, Gadd formed a trio with Tony Levin and Mike Holmes, traveling to New York with them. The trio eventually broke up, but Gadd began to work mainly as a studio musician.

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    Epic Ending
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    Steely Dan....great band, great drummer! Thanks for posting!

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    Crazy Army


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    Classic Gadd from the late 80's as I remember seeing on video over a decade ago. Doing a rearrangement of "Signed Sealed & Delivered".

    "...it's the Paradigm Of The Cosmos!" Stewart Copeland on Youtube

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    "...it's the Paradigm Of The Cosmos!" Stewart Copeland on Youtube

    668: The Number Of The Guy Next Door To The Beast.

    "A random act of kindness; it keeps my heart in shape!" - Late8

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    50 Ways to Leave Your Lover (should be called 50 ways to shave your mustache.)

    Your = possessive - your stuff, your dog, your car, etc
    You're = you are - a contraction.

    Learn it. Love it.

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    A buddy of mine engineered a recording project in 1986 and Gadd was the drummer of choice, flown in from LA to London for the sessions.

    Ha haa...my mate recounts that Gadd initially had an approach of....' Nah, not interested in doing any drugs'.
    But when conversation evolved into '..........we know a man that can....?...'
    he never declined.....ha haa.
    Rock and Roll.....love it.

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