Monthly Archives: June 2019

Roy Haynes – Previously Unreleased 1961 Live Recording w/ Stan Getz Quartet

SKF NOTE: Listening to my copy as I write. Great band all around. Roy Haynes burns. “Getz At The Gate” is a previously unreleased 1961 live recording from the historic Village Gate in New York City. This release features an … Continue reading

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Peart – Drum Machines Are for a Songwriter (1985)

SKF NOTE: This excerpt is from my 1985 interview transcript with Neil Peart for Modern Drummer’s Tenth Anniversary issue published in January 1986. My assignment was to ask Neil to look forward and back, ten years in both directions, with … Continue reading

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Why Does Baby Dodds Matter?

SKF NOTE: Why does Baby Dodds matter? It’s year 2019. What can today’s drummers learn from a drummer born in 1898 who died 60 years ago? Well, I am always interested in discovering drumming roots. Gene Krupa was the first … Continue reading

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Not Bad For a Young Upstart

Not bad for a young upstart Scott K. Fish, Special to the Piscataquis Observer • June 1, 2019 Since I am no longer employed at the Maine State House (1989-2012), I haven’t tried this experiment. But every now and then, … Continue reading

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