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    Re: Morris Jennings

    This is Morris playing "Mac-Duffin'" on the album "Gin and Orange" by Jack McDuff (hammond organ), Phil Upchurch (bass).



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lNy1cHtWq4
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    Morris Jennings

    Morris Jennings is an American drummer from Chicago. He has played with many blues, jazz and other musicians. He played on famous albums such as "Electric Mud" by Muddy Water, "The Howlin' Wolf...
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    Re: David Bailey

    This is Dave "One Foot In The Gutter" (live) with "The Dave Bailey Sextet" with Clark Terry ( trumpet, fluegelhorn), Junior Cook (tenor sax), Curtis Fuller (trombone), Horace Parlan (piano), Peck...
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    David Bailey

    Samuel David Bailey (Dave Bailey) was born in Portsmouth, Virginia in 1926 and is a jazz drummer. He served in the U.S. Air Force in World War II.

    Another legendary drummer who had several albums...
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    Re: Bill Dowdy

    This is Bill playing "Blue Riff" with Stanely Turrentine (tenor sax) and The 3 Sounds from the album "Stanley Turrentine and The 3 Sounds"


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-x2xBvx-ke4
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    Bill Dowdy

    Bill Dowdy (1932-2017) was born in Osceola, Arkansas but the family moved to Benton Harbor, Michigan six months later.and was a jazz drummer and teacher. As with a lot of drummers (like Buddy Rich)...
  7. Re: Cold Lust Jam at Club Citta, Kawasaki, Japan

    Thank you. I appreciate you comment.
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    Stet Howland

    Stet Howland was born in Duxbury, Bassachusetts in 1960 and is a heavy metal drummer. He started playing drums when he was seven years old was teaching drums from the age of thirteen. His major...
  9. Cold Lust Jam at Club Citta, Kawasaki, Japan

    This is a jam we did at Club Citta in Kawasake, Japan. The singer came up to ask me if I had anything to say. I said "Kirin Lager beer kudasai (please)". You might be able to hear some people...
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    John Stanier

    John Stanier was born in Baltimore Maryland in 1968 and is best known for playing with "Helmet" He is now playing with "Battles".

    John has also played with "The Mark of Cain" and "Tomahawk". He...
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    Jeff Kaven

    Jeff Klaven was born in the United States in 1953. He played with Cobra (a Swiss/American band from Memphis - some members were Swiss) from 1982 to 1983. Cobra had one album release called "First...
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    Rat Skates

    Rat Skates ( Lee Kundrat) was born in Summit, New Jersey is a filmaker, writer, and drummer. He is a founding member of "Overkill" and played with them from 1983 to 1987. He got his nickname by his...
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    Clive Burr

    Clive Burr (1957-2013) was born in London, England and played with "Iron Maiden" from 1979 to 1982 and played on their first three albums. He was in a band called "Samson" before that.

    He left the...
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    Tommy Ramone

    Tommy Ramone ( Thomas Erdelyi -1949 - 2014), Hungarian /American, was the drummer for the first four years of the punk rock band "The Ramones". All the members of the Ramones took the name...
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    Re: Huub Janssen

    Yeah. He must be the Buddy Rich of the Netherlands.
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    Re: Huub Janssen

    this is Huub playing a solo called "Crazy Sticks" when he was with the Dutch Swing College Band.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peyrDdeZRLo&list=PLAQDZnAVteFkpzM38oQaq42NfD08jeo8i&index=2
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    Huub Janssen

    Huub Janssen (1937-2008) was born in the Netherlands and is a jazz drummer. He played with Milt Jackson, Teddy Wilson, Billy Butterfield, Joe Venuti, Peanuts Hucko, Bud Freeman, Scott Hamilton, and...
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    Re: Phil Seamen

    This is the Phil Seamen Quintet playing "Big Man".


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VVVCyiESqE&list=PLHfu0j2grMYAq0JuDhgqRis8a5CCkxT3v&index=15
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    Phil Seamen

    Phil Seamen (1926-1972) was born in Staffordshire, England. He was a big band drummer and played with all the notable jazz muscianss during the 1950s and 1960s.

    Some of the muscians were Joe...
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    Phil Seamen

    Johnny Bee is a mistake, but I can't delete it. Also, I tried to put Phil Seamen in it's place but can't, so I'll make a new post for Phil Seamen. Sorry about that.
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    Re: Jerry Allison

    This is "That'll Be the Day"



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mDGcxbAusg
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    Jerry Allison

    Jerry Allison (Jerry Ivan Allison) is a drummer who was born in 1939 in Hillsboro, Texas. He is best known as the drummer for recording with Buddy Holly and the "Crickets" and co-wrote "That'll Be...
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    Re: Roger Humphries

    This Roger playing the famous "Song For My Father" on the Horace Silver album "Song For My Father" with Horace Silver (piano), Carmell Jones (trumpet), Joe Henderson (tenor sax), and Teddy Smith...
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    Roger Humphries

    Roger Humphries was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1944 and is a jazz drummer. He began playing drums at age four, and went professional at age 14 and led an ensemble at Carnegie Hall at age 16....
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    Milton "Milt" Holland

    Milton "Milt" Holland (Milton Olshansky; 1917 – 2005) was born in Chicago, Illinois. drummer, He was one of the pioneers in the use of African, South American, and Indian percussion styles in...
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