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Hal Blaine: Spector Sessions Were Agony, Ecstasy and Magic

SKF NOTE: This Hal Blaine interview is another of my backgrounder interviews for my History of Rock Drumming feature series for Modern Drummer in the early 1980s. This interview is published here for the first time. All of these interviews can … Continue reading

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Frank Capp: ‘I Was Like a Studio Rock Percussion Player’

  SKF NOTE: As with my recent Bob Berryhill, Sandy Nelson, and Jesse Sailes interview postings, drummer Frank Capp‘s interview here was done circa 1981 as backgrounder for my History of Rock Drumming series. I recall wanting to get back … Continue reading

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Hal Blaine: Inside the “Eve of Destruction”

ANATOMY OF A SONG How We Got to the ‘Eve of Destruction’ ‘Eve of Destruction,’ which topped the charts in 1965, was slammed by critics and banned by some radio stations. Here’s how the song came to life By STEVE … Continue reading

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