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Author Marvin "Doc" Holladay
Posted 8/10/06; 3:51:27 PM
Topic Full Swing
Msg# 4890 (in response to 535)
Prev/Next 4889/4891
Reads 1194

Where's the high hat? The most important element in a swing drummer's, or Bebop drummer for that matter, essential patterns that support the time flow of the music and anchor, along with the walking bass line, the whole band. Sorry, but this don't get it. I hope I find one pattern from this catalog that makes some kind of sense. MDH

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Last update: Thursday, August 10, 2006 at 3:51 PM.