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 on: December 02, 2018, 05:50:24 AM 
Started by walter - Last post by walter

Turkish cymbals -->  Zultan cymbals.

 on: December 02, 2018, 05:47:25 AM 
Started by walter - Last post by walter
It's no new that big companies manufactured for third re-sellers brands that mostly stamp his logo on the cymbals not even work for themselves in the final product where they sale those cymbals, in some cases sold them cheaper than the original but in many others much more expensive.

Sometimes is quite easy recognize when a company doesn't make his own cymbals factory under his brand name, simple as find out where is the address of his factory, when they hide this information is one good sign.
Often You will hear, They worked with them in the past with that company but now They have his own artisans that They worked for them.

I want a make a difference, with artisans and companies that They buy blanks from factories and then work to make his own cymbals, totally different situation, respect for them.

Over here I will put a list with all the brand names that I know, and the relation (or possible relation) with other third parties, add all the info that you consider might help to identify when you are buying the same manufacturer quality under other stump.

 on: August 21, 2018, 11:36:22 PM 
Started by Carthage - Last post by Carthage
Hi everyone,

This is my latest drum solo I call "Hot Weather". I started out with my attempt at doing a Gene Krupa thing like in "Sing, Sing, Sing".  Then I jumped over to trying to do some Art Blakey African stuff.  Then I jumped into a Ginger Baker thing which is part of his Africn stuff, and then I just went on a played whatever I could without thinking much about it.  If you enjoy it, that's good.


 on: April 05, 2018, 02:35:24 AM 
Started by Carthage - Last post by Carthage
Hi, I was sitting around listening to some music with my family and wondering if how many people have heard the cd I was listening to.  It would be nice (in my opinion) to share the cd with other people. 

Since I can't actually do that I decided to at least pass along the cd title and maybe if anyone was interested they could check it out. 

Then I though maybe I could list more than one cd that I like listening to and share them too, so I'm listing 10 cds that I like that you might like.

If you have 10 cds or more or less that you think other people might like, then please list them.

  1. Free At Last - Billy Price
  2. Buddy and Soul - Buddy Rich
  3. West Side Story -The Oscar Peterson Trio
  4. Abraxas Pool - Abraxas Pool
  5. Wheels of Fire - CD 2 - Cream
  6. Powerslave - Iron Maiden
  7. Art Blakey et les Jazz-Messengers au club St. Germain Vol. 2 - Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
  8. The Drum Battle - Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa
  9. James Brown Live at the Apollo, 1962 - James Brown
10. Eli and the Thirteenth Confession - Laura Nyro

There are many more I like, but these are some that come to mind as I sit here writing this.  The cd that started all this is "Free at Last"

 on: December 18, 2017, 06:01:55 PM 
Started by Carthage - Last post by Carthage
Hi out there in drum land!

My newest drum solo was just posted here at DSA.  I thank Pasha end everyone else here.

This solo is a straight ahead double bass (twin pedals) rock solo where I more or less just let loose at a good speed to still keep some feeling (when you play too fast it is impressive, but you lose the feeling.  It's tricky trying to play fast but not to fast.  The sound is a little muddled due to the fact that it's an auditorium and a little  Sony recorder, but I try to do what I can.
You can listen to it at DSA or watch it at Youtube here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mla4neWziY0

 on: August 31, 2017, 08:08:30 PM 
Started by Carthage - Last post by Carthage
I have a new drum solo.  This one is in 5/4.  I call it "Far Less Drums".  Anyone who knows much about Joe Morello can get it.

For anyone interested in watching it, you can see it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DHMp58xpDM

 on: August 09, 2016, 01:16:22 PM 
Started by KenSanders - Last post by Ian_Borg
Hi Ken
I have a gig in a couple of days that is outside under a sort of tent like structure. Do you ever tune or damp differently for an outside or semi-outside tent gig like this? Especially bass drum and toms.  Just curious...

 on: August 09, 2016, 01:13:03 PM 
Started by Ian_Borg - Last post by Ian_Borg
Hi Guys

I have a gig coming up in a few days and my 33 year old Tamas are needing a polishing. They are nothing fancy, just black acrylic wrap. Does anyone have a favourite polishing product that will bring up the shine without a huge amount of work and will not leave surface scratches? Ideally it will also clean up the chrome lugs.

I was going to try a simple furniture polish like lemon pledge, but I'd like to hear what you guys have used, if anything.

 on: August 04, 2016, 09:47:36 AM 
Started by Carthage - Last post by Carthage
                                   Hi, This is my new solo called "The Message".

 Although this is an improvised solo, I did have some idea of the direction I wanted to go (which sometimes works out and sometimes doesn't). 

I wanted to start out doing some African (my interpretation) drumming and then after playing a while slip into 5/4 while retaining the African feel.  Then return to the straight ahead African drumming and finally jump into my Buddy Rich stuff (no smirking).

The African drumming was inspiered by Art Blakey and the 5/4 by Joe Morello and of course the Buddy Rich stuff by Buddy.

I know I don't play anthing close to those great drummers, but I try to emulate them because I love their drumming.  I love other drummers to, but this is just the stuff I felt like playing this time.

What I played is completely ad-libbed, and I could never play this solo again because when I play I never know what I'm going to play next.  I just do it.  Also, I can't remember much of what I played either. But, I could play another solo similar to it.

I was inspired to play African music ever since I heard the Album "Ritual" by Art Blakey.  As far as I know, that is the first album to introduce African music and jazz together.

Art blakey went to live in Africa in 1947.  He lived there two years in Nigerea with people called the Eja.  The drums are the most important instrument there.  Whatever happens good each day, they play about it at night.  So they speak with drums giving only good messages to the people of what happened that day.  So I called my solo "The Message".

Art Blakey produced several albums with African drumming.

1. Ritual - 1957
2. Drum Suite - 1957
3. Orgy In Rhythm Vols 1 & 2 - 1957
4. Holiday For Skins Vols 1 & 2 - 1958

He also mad many other albums that incorporated African drumming but weren't primarily African in nature.
For Example:  3 version of Night in Tunisia, Drums Around the World, etc.

I also listen to African drumming of various sorts to learn more African drum playing.

As for the 5/4, Joe Morello inspired me to want to play solos in 5/4 ever since I first heard "Far More Drums" on the "Time Further Out" album.  That one solo, as short as it is, has been an inspiration and sitll is.

And finally, Buddy.  What can I say.  No matter what I do, I'll never play like him.  There are people nowdays that can play fast, but they don't play anything.  It's just noise.  Buddy played music.

Buddy had a vocabulary and intonation that nobody can ever touch.  They can copy his licks, but they can never pley and make those drums sing like he could.

So, here is the solo, and I just hope you enjoy it.  That's why I play.  For enjoyment.  (I'm long past the days of playing for the purpose of picking up babes)

[OK!  Suddenly the Youtube videos wouldn't play anymore, so I deleted them.  This solo is in the audio drum solos if you want to listen to it.  If you want to watch it in the mean time (before I can get the Youtbue back) you go to this Youtube site and watch it directly]


I put the Youtube video here instead of putting my video in the video section for drum solos because it has too many mbs (over 500).

 on: July 31, 2016, 05:58:03 PM 
Started by Carthage - Last post by Carthage
Thank you!  I just did another one that I'm putting up.  I hopd you like it .  It's different.  I just improvise these things.

This one I had decided to start out with some African stuff that I got from Art Blakey and just went with whatever happened.  Later I slipped in to a 5/4 African thing (Joe Morello inspired) and then back to the African stuff (sort of a return) and finally into my poor Buddy Rich inspired stuff. 

Off course I know I can't play anything as well as those great drummers, but I have fun messing with it.

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