Jim Richman wrote:Just play exercise 2B and move your hand from the ride to the hihat. lolRodge wrote:Exactly what I think Jim.
BUT, I'd like take a lesson with him, I don't know why, I'm sure he must be a very good teacher.
I come from Tain, Vinnie, Omar, Jeff, Fish, Stewart, and many more...
i would love to hang out with SS. He's one of the drum gods. A drummer/musician that has toured the world for 3 decades and fills the seats every time. There are a few things i don't like about his playing these days. You can't be 31 years old your entire life. He's a master of his craft. It be nice to get a one on one and ask him his choices of direction of why. Drum mags and Internet interviews don't capture the person. I admire these musicians who tour the world. Airports, Food. Health. Equipment. Health. Hotel. Transport. Money. Stress. More Stress. Performing night after night and blowing people away. Leader of the band has more stress. Away from family. The list is extensive being a world class touring musician. I have a ton of respect for musicians that have the goods and perform night after night and still find time to play on a few recordings.
Thanks for sharing, Mark! Would love to trade some fours with SS! Do you happen to have some of it recorded?
Pocketplayer wrote:he did the 5/4 fill and I'm happy!
You mean the 4 over 3 right?
He's done the work, and it shows. A great guy who just does not quit.
That's one way to look at it.
Another is that if you're going to play the groove from Vital Transformation, it's much easier to execute leading left than right handed.
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