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Old 2005-01-29, 19:32
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i always wondered what buddy rich or the last of the big 50's 60's era jazz drummers thought about grind or metal drumming, if they were even aware
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Old 2005-01-30, 15:22
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My Drumteacher is a "hardcore jazzplayer" he plays in a few jazzbands (and other styles...), and everytime I give him a cd from me (like necrophagist), he finds it awesome.
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Old 2005-01-30, 15:51
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jazz is great because it hones your timing skills, ride skills and tames your ear.. the drummer for dillinger is a jazz teacher, he uses some jazz ride patterns in some of their songs.. good stuff, and when budyd rich was around there was no such thing as hardcore or the metal like today.. metal started in the 80s i believe
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Old 2005-01-30, 15:59
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I wanna start learning jazz...but I have no time at the moment...I have to prove my Blastbeats and bassdrumtechnique.
But if I could I would put some more jazz in my drumming. (Im playing in a black/death metal band)
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Old 2005-01-30, 19:20
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buddy rich was alive until recently, i think he died like 7 years ago? maybe longer, grind was definately around then tho, Altho alot most obscure than now. necrophagist is good, i just looked them up, i bet any jazz drummer would be hard pressed to make sense of that. the dillinger guy uses mostly thrash if you listen closer, the grind parts are alittle weak on the first couple tracks, not talking shit,the guy rules, but he sounds like he learned jazz first,grind second, aint nothing wrong with that tho
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Old 2005-02-20, 16:16
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only black metal drummer i can think of is mike smith from suffocation. damn hes good...
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