[JPL] Drummers/TV Guests

Jae Sinnett jaejazz at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 8 13:12:23 EST 2007

Animal held his own until Buddy went back to the traditional grip. Then it was lights out. Animal was road kill at that point. 
  No one before or since had hand technique like that - particularly in a jazz. Nor was there ever a drummer that played the jazz big band like he did. Buddy Rich was the only one that ever left me speechless in that context. Sonny Payne did as well but for different reasons. 
  Jae Sinnett 

Jim Wilke <jwilke123 at comcast.net> wrote:
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Claudia, I'm glad you mentioned that. That was the FIRST thing I 
thought of when the subject of drummers on TV came up. It was not only 
entertaining but absolutely first rate jazz drumming as well!

Jim Wilke

On Wednesday, March 7, 2007, at 12:52 PM, Claudia Russell wrote:

> Dare I show my age by noting an incredible performance by Buddy Rich (I
> know, he's been mentioned) on The Muppet Show? Laugh if you must, but 
> it
> sure caught my 10-year-old ears. He soloed on Dr. Bunson Honeydew's 
> head,
> for Pete's Sake!
> Peace,
> Claudia
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