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    By the way, my Dad had the exact same reaction to Luke at the Pharaoh gig: they both said it was the greatest drummer they had ever seen.

    Who is he?

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    And once, when we were both drunk and listening to a Miles Davis record, my father did convince me that Elvin Jones' cymbal work was more intricate and complex than any jungle break mash up I'd ever heard.

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    Or was it Tony Williams? He loved them both. Can't remember now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    By the way, my Dad had the exact same reaction to Luke at the Pharaoh gig: they both said it was the greatest drummer they had ever seen.

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    its funny. i havent been able to answer that question. i came home and tried to work it out and couldn't. your dad is a good listener.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    it was tony williams
    It was! Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    Or was it Tony Williams? He loved them both. Can't remember now.
    This may be of some interest/ bore you to tears:





    That chris dave stuff i posted earlier in the thread is the same technique as the first video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    By the way, my Dad had the exact same reaction to Luke at the Pharaoh gig: they both said it was the greatest drummer they had ever seen.

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    Gene Calderazzo?

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    in terms of audio quality these are the best live Miles sets from 1973 that i've heard. i don't know why i've been gravitating specifically towards '73 recently as opposed to the general '73-75 period, i'm sure it's all in the same ballpark.










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    and these are the best from 1967.




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