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Give the Drummer (More Than) Some! Part 2

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Second part of this drummer-special [for the first part click here], focusing on power drummers and showing the continuity that connects Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa to Joey Baron and Jim Black, and a special focus on the live performative energy of Kresten Osgood and Makaya McCraven as well as the spiritual jazz of Tommaso Cappellato's latest album.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme" 0:00
  • Buddy Rich Big Band "Wack Wack" Big Swing Face (Live) (Pacific Jazz) 0:16
  • Host talks 3:24
  • Benny Goodman and His Orchestra "Sing Sing Sing" Sing, Sing, Sing (Bluebird) 4:29
  • Joey Baron "Terra Bina Kia Jeena" Tongue in Groove (JMT) 13:06
  • Jim Black Trio "Dancy Clear Ends" Reckon (Intakt) 19:38
  • Host talks 24:36
  • Kresten Osgood "I'm Black (dedicated to Alvin Queen)" Hammond Rens (ILK) 26:10
  • Makaya McCraven "Atlantic Black" Universal Beings (International Anthem Recording Co.) 40:35
  • Host talks 49:43
  • Tommaso Cappellato "Tomorrow's Destiny" If You Say You Are from This Planet, Why Do You Treat It Like You Do? (Self-released) 53:25
Photo credit: Michael Parque

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