17 Burst results for "Gene Krupa"
"gene krupa" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Only because. Of My affinity for collecting weird rock. Prog rock stuff for sampling purposes whatever. So. There's a there's a group called Paris. that. That's been sampled a lot in with a drummer. Named Hunt Sales. Sales. Is it true? He's orange and if That's the case he he was a kid. Yes, he was a kid I i. met on your album as what like fifteen something like fifteen sixteen something like that? When Bowie put? Ten Yeah Yeah. Yeah. That dope at the age of fourteen fifteen. He was, he was getting a drum lessons from well. People don't know this probably if you know who soupy sales is because people probably don't soupy sales. Your motown, which people don't know that? Yes. You can do it in your house. Yeah. Do you guys know. He was a comedian right or On My Saturday morning. He was like Saturday morning Saturday afternoon. Kids show host. that's how he got famous, because his show went coast to coast when he became the soupy sales show right, but previous to that. He was a local late night host in Cleveland, and he would have. Johnny Carson and he would have all the great. All the jazz greats come in and play. On his show and talk on his talk show, and so he knew everybody I. Remember going with him and hunting Tony to see like an eighty five year old gene Krupa play. The jazz club that was in the in the Plaza Hotel in the basement of the Plaza Hotel. So funny, gene, crew, grin, and like he always did, but could barely looked sticks trump. But you know, he knew everybody, jazz, and hunt gut lessons from Louis Belsen. Gra Technique Drummers of all time right and one of the first guy I think. Do Double Bass drums. I met them. A place called Steve Paul's the scene there used to be in New York City and in a lot of cities, there used to be a lot of music clubs where they serve no liquor for instance the. The Cafe Gogo in New York City, which was a basement club very weird configuration that I saw creams first gigs in the US there so butterfield ban probably four times there saw John Mail, and all these and and. Richie havens before woodstock you know. You know all these greats would play in this tiny little club, but but you know I mean the admission was probably ten bucks, and the one drink minimum was like a flower vase full of ice cream. You know like a giant milkshake because you know. These places were opened. Underage Kids and Steve Paul's a seamless the same way you know all ages if your mom would let you..
"gene krupa" Discussed on Drum History
"Again the crazy world we're living in. Maybe. It's smart that they just do snare drums, but I hope that it really grows to be something more you know and I would love to see some some great tremor. There's so many amazing drummers. Out in the world right now, I would hope that maybe one of the they could be the new gene Krupa so guy clay bring bring it back and represented and. All these brands there's there's been I mean not to keep talking about Ludwig. But there's so many ups and downs in that company. His story that is just like they're gone now. They're back now other WFL now they're back there. It's like. It's just you know you. You never count them fully out and I think the and. Honestly think thank goodness because. It's nice to have. Not Everybody is going to be. Ninety by only eight drums. I endorse Sir Peter Drums I love him, but there's you know there's my. Yourself or what am I other drummer friends? They might like the sonnet Ludwig or slinging. We need to have all those different companies you do. Yeah, you know really, but it's. Yet it's. It's A. It's it's a tough market like anything cars Alma Ford. Man I'm a Chevy Fair Fair enough. But I hope that I hope that they can. Keep going, you know. It's like. It's crazy because I, don't know why just single mom all these other companies like tricks in vox where they were doing. He's creating ideas well. Maybe it's time you know what I mean. Maybe it's time for another crazy idea and something spur interest in in the signal in brand, but. I I guess it could be in a Lotta ways seen as a conflict of interest in my case but I love the story. I love the brand. Even I endorse another company. I love its domestic. You know and. The excitement you know. My Dad had all the drum catalogs when I was growing up I would sit there and you know how you. Look at all these catalogues in. The how the drums are set up. First of all. In always cadillacs, nobody can really play those kits setup..
"gene krupa" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A one eighty what what really spell anything this means of expression and little person was going on talk about the best Chicago musicians of all time tonight on seven twenty WGN as we get ready to kind of kick off what could be a Chicago music bracket because we're doing a movie bracket now the music when we come back I it's hard and as many here are yelling at me I haven't even picked the sixty four and I'm getting yelled at that's when the one thing about the Chicago movie bracket that we've done I've had so many people get so riled up that their movie didn't get picked or another movie one I can only imagine what their favorite musician I would just assume that's going to be come in for me someone do my best when I try my best to to forces Tommy shots from Montgomery Alabama I see this or star remind her what do you do there because he was the front man after the young left for sticks and did a lot of great sticks on sticks is a Chicago band but he's from Alabama the vote for Lou Rawls another vote for alkaline trio Chaka Khan of course Steve good man and he was out sick number to a gym I think Jim Peterik could be pretty mad if you didn't say I'd to March I set out to March the first one first things within this hour done it then then course the odds of March the kid me McCoys American English no vote for the smashing pumpkins seven await this is where it gets hard this is where it will get heart how in your right mind do not make a number one seed for Mahalia Jackson who is known as the queen of gospel music not just in Chicago worldwide Thomas Dorsey is from Chicago don't forget about Ramsey Lewis jazz music Herbie Hancock Herbie Hancock from here the fan I don't know how just the names I just mention aren't your number one sees how how my gonna be able to put the band Chicago in the number one a put aria Speedwagon the number one and then say hello just no room first when fire it's gonna be so hard Otis rush comes up yep the flock rules Jerry Goodman's on violin that from two sixty the crop up these how about lost this curse sick the polka queen of Chicago familiar gene Krupa gene Krupa from Chicago I know that.
"gene krupa" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Nita O'Day kept recording occasional novelties like rock and roll waltz fifties or your red wagon in the sixties then she was up and down again you could blink and miss her in the nineteen seventy-three Robert Duvall flick the outfit where she sings for nobody during Daylight Hours in a Bakersfield bar back when the real day was living in a three dollar hotel room with no phone but soon she was back for a successful third act fronting small groups her voice had gotten heavier but she could still work and inhabit a lyric and savor an introductory verse here she is in one thousand nine hundred ninety five my story is much too sad to me to- practically everything leaves me the the only exception I know is the game on a quiet spree fighting the odor nui suddenly turn and see your fabulous fame use a holiday doesn't thrill me at all so tell me why should be true again a pilot song good kid Okay I'm sure that if I took even one sniff it would bore me terrifically I get a kick out of Nita O'Day kept singing less often and in two thousand six out her last gasp the CD indestructible it made Billie holiday as croaking late phase sound girlish days take on a slip of the lip a wartime advisory from nineteen forty two is a strange as anything late period johnny cash for Bob Dylan's basement tapes don't talk don't Jibe Chemo it has to be why past guy Eh Autobiography High Times Hard Times Anita O'Day insisted she wasn't a singer but a song stylist and she was styling right till the end she passed away late in two thousand six sixty five years after joining gene Krupa a good long run for any singer or song styles oh.
"gene krupa" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda
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I think is mirroring and where they stand across from each other and I move my arms and you move your arms in exactly the same moment as if you were my mirror now we trade places and I am your mirror and then when you get good both of those you do it where neither one one knows who's leading. That sounds a little like what you go through in jazz composition. It can absolutely be that now. How about this. How about is there during exercise where you do the exact opposite of that which is to completely do everything you can do mess up the other person Garard. There are improvisation exercises where you do that where you were you disagree entirely with that comes up in our zone quite a bit. There's kind of have especially you know in in in the world that I functioned the drums or whoever's name is on the marquee. The drummer is the leader drums are the center of the universe verse but part of the General style that has evolved has been a sort of combative drumming style. I love along wrong in the drummer's like somebody like Jackie mashing. He's just GonNa like you know like Oh. Yeah you know and you know that's there's a there's a kind of have a mechanism of survival and that when you're going to play with a very aggressive kind of drummer you have to be able to to hang with that yeah and you know. I'm sure that there are certain types of theater that invoked at more than others but you're you remind me of when I grew up my father for awhile was in burlesque and played on builds with Gene Krupa until I would stand in the wings and listened to Gene Krupa man and to me that he could play melodies on drums. Uli just I'm just with his touch absolutely was an an amazing introduction to Kinda drumming. I'd never heard before but this listening listening to other people and and picking up from them you know what it would be fun to do and you can do the mirror the mirror exercise through cise vocally where we both talk at the same time. I'm curious to know 'cause you. You improvise hours a day. I I would be terrible at it. I let you probably better at it if it's really bad. Don't put it in okay so I'll start okay. So what what are we going to you. You have to be my mirror so as you're talking you. Speak it exactly that right. That's what I for forensic for instance to nickel and keep it at the same time so for instance since this morning warning I had had oatmeal and I loved it and I loved it. I'll tell you I am not good at this why to me. Speaking in general talking is extremely difficult. Avoid doesn't sound feels heels and know everything about language is feels like I'm used to dealing with this like incredibly fine like infinitely gently expressive brush and this is like picking up an envelope for me to talk radio and I I've always struggled in a Lotta ways with language. It seems cumbersome to me. Relative to the kind of like you know infinite malleability of music and so you know people often say to musicians. I bet you're great at languages. It's like I've been married for twenty five years now to in my wife who's French and I mean I'm still at Mercy Boo Koo pretty much. You know it's languages are almost almost impossible for or you lead me now chief. I can follow you lead leading. You have to listen more than you do. When you're following okay because you got no or I am all the time so you lead online the third of April. I two dogs your dog store door so we thought you were going to show and Blah dog food from I had your way better at it than me no but I'm only as good as you make me now. Let me ask you this in that exercise. Is it about sound or is it about meaning. I mean like for instance I three you a couple loops by saying I buy dog food for my cab now when you're Li when you're responding responding to mow the sound of it or the meaning partly to the sound owned and partly to what probably is coming next but I can't be too sure of what's coming next because you're jazz improviser and you let did you like to take my expectations and put a turn on them right. Isn't that a isn't that a one of the wonders of Jazz. Did you do that but you know. There's another another way that this comes up and I know you've been in this situation a million times too. You're in a foreign country. You have to give an interview and while you're giving the interview there's there's somebody doing a what they call a simultaneous translation of saying. I can't do that for me. It's like if I start talking and then this is persons are grind but it's like it feels first of all kind of rude talking and also. I just feel like that's that's that's from the listeners standpoint. That's too mu- that fights with my sort of improvising clarity elimination mechanism of like the idea is to make this clear to people and to me. It's like what about the person who can speak English and Slovenian. How can they take both of those so I always say would you. I'll talk in short bursts but Lemme talk and then you turn yeah you you. It's hard to believe they're actually able to to do it and it's a little distracting but then if you could talk forever you could make this long statement where you pour out your heart and Josh Horowitz Nick and that's the end of I've had that happen. It's like yeah.
"gene krupa" Discussed on Drum History
"With the brush rush on a different surface And of course the other Example but I really love is with my old friend Oliver Times with Louis Armstrong In in Copenhagen in Nineteen thirty three and he plays pattern with the brush on a small symbol and then he plays pattern with mallet on a small symbol. Whoa what's really super neat about? This is that we have video evidence of this and if anyone types in to Youtube I cover the waterfront Louis. Armstrong nineteen thirty. Three or something like that. You'll be able to see him do it and you can see have switched to mallet. You know it's really really super often Yeah so You know the the whole small symbol thing. When I started the project I again wasn't like I said before it wasn't necessarily thinking about Out All the different types of surfaces so then I had to wrap my head around on my gosh. So they're playing pattern on small symbol. Choking with the left hand. There were a a lot of different technical aspects of pattern playing That I I had to honestly learn about And then educate myself and realize is what I was hearing on on the recording. I was listening to so Small Symbol The duration of pattern on the small symbol. It wasn't as high right As what you would think because even in I have examples from nineteen twenty seven through thirty three It's not what you would think it would be during this time. Because by the time I was I was thinking. Oh my gosh. We're going to have a ride cymbal. You know all the way like no no. We weren't quite there yet which is pretty pretty interesting so which brings us up to the ride. cymbal itself and You know this the earliest dare. I say that I have found in my own research. I'm not saying that this is the earliest example. Just putting that out there for me for me a very clear and early representative example of A drummer playing the ride cymbal pattern Saturn on a larger symbol larger than a splash. CYMBAL comes from Drummer Ben Pollack with Benny Goodman on the track room. Fourteen Eleven And the pattern is definitely played on a ride cymbal and you can hear it very easily You can hear that he's not choking it with the left hand And it's done one two three times throughout the track. So he's he's doing it for about twenty three percent of the track And again this is brought to my attention actually by By riccardi again where we're at the Louis Archive which is pretty neat. He hits me to this track in this record And then what's neat about `bout when we're getting into the quote unquote ride cymbal section I had to of course add in China cymbal because the China China was also used to ride on and with a relatively popular thing chick Webb loved using the China Cymbal and the The recording that I really love to use For this example is back. They shuffle by Artie. Shaw and the Germans cliff Leeman and it's really kind of an interesting track because the track starts out with cliff Leeman playing on the floor and the pattern for four straight no alteration by himself on the China Cymbal. Kind of bizarre. Yeah so so then I I'm like why is this so I I'm reading more about trying to find why. Why just musically doesn't really make sense? You know what's happening so that I I was I I was finally hit to the story. That Artie Shaw really loved Chick Webb and his band and check would do this Austin. I guess he would start off attuned by plan for bars the time out front you know. Probably while the band was getting their stuff together and get turning to the right tune and he loved it so much that he made cliff. Leeman do do it. You know on this recording of Back Bay shop. Yeah and so. This is a really neat example because you can hear them out front by himself and then throughout the tune soon he either pattern either played on China or the ride cymbal and it's about sixty four percent of the entire tune in nineteen thirty eight which is a pretty neat Points point where Because of course then I you know in this brief overview that gets us up to Kenny Kirk with Billie holiday and and It's it's neat because I liked to. You know kind of end the conversation with this because when we're talking about back bay shuffle awful. Yeah what do they say. We're about sixty four percent of the time with pattern when we're talking about I hear music This recording from September Twelfth Nineteen forty with Billie holiday. Kenny Clarke playing drums. It's a drop in amount of pattern played because when I was going through it was hard for me to find and Just pure pattern so no manipulation. So editing meeting shearer not being did he leading name today or whatever. You know altered Going through this track And it's It was really really interesting because there is a a drop in pure pattern. Play because Kenny was experimenting with Altering the pattern he was sick of He said what did he say. He's sick of digging digging for coal Foreign the floor. You know that kind of a thing and he really. He was really searching. He was trying to find ways that he could add to the music. But push it forward and of course. That can't came from his his buddies to. I mean he was hanging with the the and Bud Powell and market all those cats that were that were inventing bebop and he was obviously a big part of that. I mean it's he pretty wild to think that even at that point they were already kind of. I don't want to stay getting sick of the pattern. But they were thinking. How can we then take this to the next level? which would drummers? I do constantly. Now let me ask you. Where does the Swish cymbal? Or the Swish knocker. Kind of fall into this. Because I know it's to me I look get those and I think of Gene Krupa plane and it's kind of like a mix between China and a ride a little bit so I don't know the history of those but that's got to be part of that a little bit you know. I don't know the exact date of the Swish knocker. Because someone else's asked me this With a quick google. It says Nineteen Thirties but competed. So yeah and I think I mean I definitely know that Gene was a a very big influence and help with Zilja and because I know that that Evita's diligent login had a lifelong relationship with with With KROUPA and I know that He was integral in. You know making King Center symbols and that comes from that's from there they'll jains historical background info on our website so I I know that that relationship was important. I don't know the history of that data well of course Paul Francis or Steve Maxwell or any of those guys are going to know the answer to that or or John Riley or you know not just curious of It's an interesting because it's that evolution of this you okay like you said a splash cymbal. Literally growing into a ride is just a really cool way to put it to go from the tiniest symbol to what is usually minus. Gong the The biggest symbol. So I just think it's it's interesting to think of Of what they would what they would use to play the pattern on and and I know that of course There were like talking about before With the the cultural and kind of in global influences that jazz continues to You know grow honestly Girl with and we see this at With so many jazz programs like the. What is it the Berkeley Global Jazz Program? Graham you know jazz is always going to be influenced by Global music and and whatnot But definitely in the beginning manning when we're talking about the The first example that I gave you a oriental jazz. There was definitely some Asian influences that that were coming over as well because If you listen to this track. It's this one and then Strut Miss Lizzie. I think but definitely The tracks that have. It's really interesting and this is probably another dissertation for the tracks. That have Oriental Oriental in the name or suggest that have some sort of Oriental Tom. So we're talking about those tact Tom. That were typically painted red Exactly exactly so there's that and there's there's also some sort of like you said Gong China ish sound from a symbol. Oh so definitely early. Influences coming from the eastern part of the world would would Even bring us through to Chick Webb and then of course to children and their Swish knocker. And then of course to you know the the How would you in the big band as well? You know still to this day. Would I've always seen is the China's and the Swish knocker and everything and originally like you said starting out would be the China's would be just to be super loud and you'd be in a military band and you'd be in a parade in you know early. Let's say Very very early history and It would just be used for that. So why does a That is quite the history of of the ride pattern there So now you stop at nineteen forty one because after that it becomes my guess is it's more standardized and it's kind of more of the norm so it's not being. The evolution isn't quite as drastic year to year. Raider at nineteen forty one. I stop at nineteen forty one because of Kenny Clarke because of the BEBOP revolution. That was happening because what what really happens. Then is Kenneth Clarke but Powell dizzy. All these cats are so interested in the The creation of Bob and the listeners are changing as well so lesser popular are You know bebop was less popular to dance too because it was it was not necessarily a dance music so And and quite frankly Kalihi What happens is once the pattern begins to be manipulated? It's less danceable so more. And more drummers are trying hind play like Kenny and play bebop and the use of the pattern unless of course they stuck with swing era bandleader they use of the pattern learned declined so These are the pure pattern meeting. been non manipulated pattern. is in decline Because You know capture trying to coordinate themselves. They're trying to Sound like Kenny. And Max Roach and you know they're trying to do that That kind of the thing which is not necessarily as easy to dance to so the crowd. the listeners changed. Now that makes sense. It's you get into that more like not showing off but you get into that more. Let's go fast and be as technical and be as interesting as possible. Kind of like obviously about kind of transitions into what's that more. Modern in jazz kind of sound so it is less. Let's make people dance. It's more let's Let's make people think in a way and improvise and all that let's make art. Let's make art. Let's make art. Wow well this is awesome. I want to tell people that they can find your dissertation. They can actually read the evolution of the ride cymbal pattern from nineteen seventeen to nineteen forty one which is the name of it You Visit Colleen clerk music that co L. L. E. E. N. can see L. A. R. K. MUSIC DOT COM. And from there..
"gene krupa" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Brian Wilson calling blame the greatest drummer Keith Mon might also protests that WBZ news time five. Oh, yeah. There's probably a few rock and roll drummer Dino Dinelli with the young rascals, though is always technically a great drummer there. There are a lot of great ones. Ginger Baker probably would like to have a little bit of a conversation about that. And if you've ever heard ginger Baker do rudimentary drumming he was good on that aspect of it too. And that's the proof of real drummer. And even some of the great jazz greats like Jack DIGI data is just a completely different style of drumming that rock and roll doesn't even attempt dimensioned, buddy. Rich, gene Krupa. I'm not so sure there were ever a better drummer Technica the buddy rich. Oh, yeah. So based on love it when he used to show up on Carson show because Carson played drums to and Ed Shaughnessy who played drums for Carson was a pretty good drummer to. And let's not forget Karen carpenter. Yeah. Maybe we're not the greatest of all time, not the greatest drummer. But she was a drama. She could handle a snare. Yeah. You're you're exactly right miracle ear. You've heard me talk about my hearing troubles over the years. I hear stuff now that I'm just telling you I went to miracle ear skeptically over a year and a half ago and Sharon Klein was at the Randolph road location. Which is now they've moved over to seventh street. I think she's still man's the wind up there at Matthews, but I sat down with Sharon. And we the first time you go in to give you a hearing. Just I was interesting to me. I've always known my right ear as junk because a miniature syndrome I've been putting up with this for thirty eight forty some odd years now, but it was interesting to get the hearing test to see how my left ear was doing. And Sharon asked a lot of questions wanted to take the time to understand what my biggest frustrations my unique needs. What? And I told her, you know, I can't listen to music anymore. And I get put into situations where I'm in ballrooms or something like that where there's all sorts of conversations going on. And I can't hear any of them, including the person right across from me. Anyway, she took all of that. In got the right hearing aid. Got it tuned in the right way had the patience to get all of this done the way that it's supposed to be done. And I just swear by it ever since miracle has been synonymous with hearing aids now for seventy some odd years and. This genius three point..
"gene krupa" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"He becomes known as the king of the Los Angeles airwaves. He's the original podcast. He really is. He what he did impressions. He didn't really good impressions he later became known as a man of thousand voices. And yeah, he just he was he was there. Ryan Seacrest back in the data and on his show. He interacts with a slew of notable musicians and actors and other celebrities at one point heave gets to face off with gene Krupa in a drum battle as like some promotional disrespectful. Does he let him win? He better. Fuck him have lost on purpose. Although gene group, I think would just handed him his ass and said, thanks so much for the radio time. That's so Bob crane remains in radio for fifteen years until nineteen sixty five and he makes name from self as a trailblazer in the field. And actually, they say the art of sampling can be attributed to Bob crane tau because the way he was fucking Rippin scratching on this fucking. It was less radio. I mean, it was less record scratching and more that he would cluster commercials songs commentary news into one seamless program. So it wasn't the stop easy Arnie thing. Like he was trying to kind of blended altogether. Never stop listening. Yes. Actually, he because he gets so popular and he's like so well known he gets offers from various TV producers to change the morning radio show into a TV show. But he decides he doesn't want it just to be..
"gene krupa" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"'cause you could get your flipper, and you could get some Hogan's heroes. And then you the monkeys which was like the rest in peace. Peter tork. You're genius. Yeah. So this was in that mix. I didn't it wasn't my pitch because it was like dude strategizing on how to break out of the prison for the and your little Karen was like make love not were. I was like where the make love show because. I'm more of a Cinemax cow exactly not into work already was a fucking war protester. No, I was antiwar. And I was pro doing it and any information I could gather about the absolute I would like to know I'm on that. And that's why my favorite movie summer lovers starring Peter Gallagher and Daryl Hannah dirty dancing over here. Put all all on the recommendation list. Okay. So let me just tell you a little bit about this. Bob crane is born July thirteenth nineteen twenty eight day. Yeah. In Waterbury, Connecticut. He's the youngest of two boys, and he grows up in Stamford, Connecticut. He's a talented charismatic kid when he's eleven years old. He goes to the nineteen thirty nine world's fair, and he sees drummer gene Krupa play. And I don't know if you've ever heard of gene crippled, but he was like this shit drummer big time. And so in having watched that performance Bob crane is like now, I wanna be a drummer. And so he gets too because this was back when there. Actually like arts programs in school. So he has he picks up drumming as a tremendous amount of promise he starts playing with with friends and bands he joins when he gets to high school. He's in the marching band jazz band, and the orchestra tube levels drummers. He's like, right. They just hold shit down. He ends up then playing for the Connecticut in Norwalk symphony orchestras, so famous as per litre. Can you believe it? I can't he made it at for their youth orchestra program. So his good, obviously, he graduates in nineteen forty six from Stanford high. He then works as a watch repairman and salesclerk local jewelry, rather talent. He's good his brain multi man's hand eye coordination. But then also real small. He enlisted in the Connecticut. Army national guard may twentieth. Nineteen forty nine he marries his high school sweetheart and Turgeon and together they have a son and two daughters. So then he moved to hornell or hornell. But I think it's hornell your mail or no, Hormel, chili New York. Yeah. Got it. So he can work at a radio station. Call wwl EA. He moves around from job to job in radio. And then finally in nineteen fifty six he moved to Los Angeles to work at the CBS affiliate KNX out here as their meowing radio that is our favorite radio station here everyone when Georgia and I both tune into Kanaks still exists. I know I've never heard of it before three lettered radio. That's from before they get. So he becomes he's the morning show radio host. He they retitled the old radio morning radio show the Bob crane show and it immediately takes off and.
"gene krupa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I seventy seven. ABC? I mean, I think this is you liberty devito. Yeah. Brian liberty. Do you recognize veto, formerly? I mean, we know about by the way Curtis. I'm sorry to be jumping in here. I'm so excited. We've I've been so excited to have you come in. Liberty to veto is here with us today. You might have known him from being in the band with Billy Joel the OG, Billy Joel band guys. And there's you know, there's been some drama over the years just the hus-, but you've got your own stuff going on. So we'll get through the the Billy Joel stuff quick. So we can talk about all your wonderful things happening right now. So how'd you hook up with Billy? What was the origin of the band? You know, take his back in a time capsule way back way back. I had a band called topper. It was myself. Russell jabar's ducks. And. Gig to go on the road for the streetlife serenade a tour, which was really second album. He was living in California at the time USA studio musicians on the records and going on the road with another band with other guys he told Doug I wanna move back to New York. And I want to use the same guys in the studio do on the road, and I want a New York style drama Neufeld trauma, meeting a hard hitter, aggressive drummer and dogs. Well, you know, the guy because really hit me and Billy used to play in the same club. When I was seventeen and he was eighteen in two different bands. We used to just walk past each other out on Long Island by house. I read it. But you're a New Yorker guy from the city. Yes, I was born in Brooklyn. Yes. Did you guys ever run across each other? How old were you? When you escaped a Long Island. Well, my father was a policeman. He was seventy seven in Brooklyn in the fifties. And sixties wasn't nice. She didn't want his family growing up there. So he moved to south of Long Island. So you went to high school in long yesterday. And when did you start making racket in your house your basement or wherever we decided, I'm gonna play the skins aren't going to play the drums. Well, his story. It's. My cousin was selling drums ex my father later on in life. Why the drums he said because they didn't make Prozac when you were a kid. And so I would practice, and I joined the sixth grade school band because I was probably situated school band, and the teachers I couldn't do the buzz role in the star spangled banner. Veto. You'll never do anything with the drums. So I got very discouraged. And then I wanted to meet girls when I got into junior high schools going eighth grade the Beatles came on yet Sullivan show, and I saw all these girls screaming for them. And I thought that's what I wanna do forget, the buzz. All I want to do with that guys doing you could have been Ringo Starr the second coming here. I could have been a matter of fact, I've been called the American Ringo because I'm a songwriters drummer. And that's what we do. So so let's let's go through the the Billy Joel situation. I mean, I stumbled upon you I was never a Billy. Joel I didn't know a lot about his personal life, and what was going on. I just listened to the music the music, but I actually became familiar with you through the documentary hired gun on which brilliant documentary. Really, really interesting. In fact, the guy behind it Fran. Yeah. He's a friend of my husband's longtime friend of my husband's he was also musician. But but your story was so compelling. You were one of the year with Billy Joel for years. A couple of other guys. And then one day it was like they were dropping like flies. What how what happened take us through that a little bit for us? Well, the question is now in the beginning when when at the turnstiles came out of the turnstiles that has near state of my man. Billy was looking for a new producer because only like sold fifty thousand copies. And so we had one more shot with Columbia records looking for new producer, George Martin comes and sees us play in somewhere New Jersey, and he's comes back stage. And he says the Billy I love you. I want to produce you. But I don't wanna use your band. I want us to go guys. Billy says love me love. My band question is whether to go from love me love my band to get the heck out of my dressing room. Well, what happened? Did you see something happening there because you tell well, I think Billy likes to change things a lot from one to another. You could hear the changes like from from the stranger album cut more jazzy on fifty second street, then it was just the band on on glasshouses more rock, but he stayed with you. I mean for thirty years. Good. But this in many ways, it's like a marriage. It is and so having been too many marriages, and you realize this myself too. Join the club visit moment where you realize is not turning back. I it's it's over is. When did that moment occur where you began to realize no matter how long you had been with this guy. How loyal you had been that it was over? Well, there was hints that I didn't quite pick up like when he when the show came on Broadway. Moving on show moving up all the guys how to learn all the material that were playing in the show. And a lot of. The people that knew me and Billy which. So did you go here replacements? And I was like. Yeah. Right. And so you didn't believe that. No. I didn't believe it. I never believed it because I know Billy. I know what a bodies buried young. I can't tell you. I, you know. So I thought that that would happen. He gave he gave an interview. I don't know when this was I think it was recently. You got it. And he was saying he was referring to the the documentary the higher gun documentary. And he said that he hasn't spoken up about you because it would ruin your life, and he didn't seem to want to elaborate on that. Or he just wanted us to kind of have that little nugget in our heads thinking, there was some big drama with you that he's he's protecting you. I mean, I had imagined that you guys came to some sort of some sort of settlement or agreement because you did sue him. Well, yeah. Because he was using my after I got caught. Then he was using my likeness like if you saw Madison Square Garden ads and stuff. There was me playing drums a lot of people thought that I was still playing with them. So it was internet royalties. Everybody thinks that was because I wrote songs with them. No. We just arranged help arrange Weeden which will. That's a big deal. If you're if you don't understand music arranging songs is is a big deal change completely change a song. Yes. Yes. And so what kind of withdrawal? Did you go through here is you touring on the top fans top performers together. It's like you came up out of nothing, you know, out of the garage, and all of a sudden you're on a world stage. Now, it's over what of withdrawal, you go through since used basically showing you and others in the band the door right for thirty years. I was in a bubble. You're in a bubble. When you could do anything you want when you're a rockstar. And when that when it ends in the way, it ended like I didn't know until I what happened was he was. Getting married to his third wife. I believe and I didn't get an invitation in the mail. So I cool the keyboard player. And I said, well, I guess we're not going to the wedding. He goes, I got my invitation. That's what I knew. So you don't get a phone call. You know, get nobody tells you anything you never heard a thing from him nothing, and that was the end of your relationship like some sort of big drama in his mind happened. And that was it betrays you that was I think when I was getting divorced, and I asked them, you know, it's been thirty years. Any crumbs are falling on the floor. Now. It'd be a good time to get them. And he goes, I can't I can't do that. Wow. Wow. But you have moved on. And you are I mean, you're you're obviously a fantastic drummer you're doing I mean, I know you through a friend of mine, Brian Brian Carter is that connected. But you're I mean, you're now going out with lords of fifty second street second street. Yeah. Well, I still love Billy. I still love him. If I saw him today. I would hug him doing you know, I would play with him. Again, if you did a new album if you wanted to do that, I would do that. I don't know if I'd go on the road anymore because he dropped the keys to the songs, and they don't turn the same. The laws of the second street of myself, Richie cannata who played all the sax solos on section of town restaurant. All those great circles Russell Java's who's also in a band plays on the records. And we have a guy that does Billy Clark is great. And so we do all the songs in the original keys of the record. So we actually some we've been told we sound more like the record than Billy does though because he dropped the keys and we'll nobody's related to the wreckage of planes band. When you first drumming hitting skins were there, any inspirations that you had out there any other Trump say you looked up to a you said what I like to be like this guy. I loved my mother loved, gene Krupa. So gene group who was the guy a lot of people love, buddy. Rich talk about ritual. Jin group was the guy from me. I mean, he was a showman. He just played with such feel. You know, I I remember my cousin Lenny beans beyond chino wanted to be a drummer. Right and Sinatra come out with that movie. Yeah. Man with the golden arm in a shooting up heroin addict time where you know about that as a kid. I remember my uncle ralphie said I'll break both arms don't feed him my house. And I said uncle ralphie you mean from playing the drums. Oh, yeah. Man. They started shooting heroin heroin. And you know, the conversations that my mother found out about a Francesca. And she said, oh my God. What did you discuss that? Whether it be such a young yelich little boy, it's crazy. My father used to come home. You've worked at the property clerk for a while yet a car accident or the barbecue used to bring home like samples of of marijuana and heroin. And. This is what it looks like don't don't you get involved with this kind of stuff and that'd be flushing the toilet. What do you what do you think of the music scene now because you're getting out there? I mean, you're with your with your with froze, but you're seeing younger guys. I'm sure you're going to be your at places where you see the younger guys. Well, we're fortunate that classic rock has kept the music alive. I mean. Yeah. Q one. Oh, four point three that radio station. They play it all the time Billy Joel very well to. Yeah. I drove driving hersal wants for first time with these extra. Oh, maybe I should listen to restaurant before. And I said let me just turn on Q two songs later bone. It came on. So yeah, they kind of keep it alive for us. But the music today, I think things like American idol and stuff like that that really lowered the bar. Yeah. Because it's almost like the people that win that are your friends your dates cousin who's a singer and just going to sing with the wedding band now. Well, I think it was such as I it was really it was really hot. But I think for some reason it just the the quality of people I think started to sort of go down. I don't I don't know why that would be, but you know, a lot of people in the industry musicians who have worked their asses off day in and day out lived on lived in their cars. They look at that. And they just say it's just not right? It's just it just doesn't make any sense for this one's one kind of singer. Think about it John Lennon Elton, John Joe cocker. They were never met it. Right. Because they had the wrong thing. Going all over the place said forget it. Now. Are you doing any producing? Are you doing are you working with anybody else? Yes. I have a band called the slim kings. It's actually what a bunch of younger guys thirty thirty one round that we ride material and we recorded like three albums. We just finished our third album now. Mixing it. Now. We get placements on TV shows. Now, even though you're not with Billy Joel's man any long after being with him for three decades. So years, I have a habit every month. You know, it's like rocky horror downstairs all the Billy Joel fan show up for the month. We conscience sold out imperfect witty forever. It's the same people. It's like rocky horror, and I go up to them. I say you literally does this. I don't have any any sort of a life that you just keep coming over and over again, what do you think to joy is what makes it costs a lot of money? Does. Five bucks? Come again. And again and again every month. I know it's insane. Like, I said, it's the music. It's nostalgia. They don't care who's up there on the stage. It's the songs to hear uptown girl. They don't care if I'm planning it with somebody else's play. We're talking with liberty devito who was the original drummer for Billy. Joel one of the original people who had spent three decades with Billy Joel until he was unceremoniously not invited to Billy Joel's wedding. Which was the big indication that he was not in the band anymore. I gotta tell you every time I get invited to a wedding. I don't wanna go because I'm taking my way trying you say I don't wanna relive the nightmare. Right. What are you what what's going on with you? Personally, you married. I am married. I'm married. I believe it or not I have four daughters. One is is thirty eight one is thirty thirty four one is thirty and one is too low. This is Curtis says worst nightmare. Yeah. E Elvis is thirty thirty eight thirty young is to what do you take? How old are you? I'm sixty eight sixty eight I'm sixty eight. I stopped everything longtime ago I eat well. And what do you eat weight is that what's the magic formula? You have pasta. I changed my fifty catching every day. He must have a very hot wife. I do. There you go. Could be. I mean, you you've got a young wife. She does. You your wife? I mean, if you if you call was breaking down and didn't want to drive you around anymore. Would you go to the dealership and say giving the old car?.
"gene krupa" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Yeah. That sing sing saying is drummer gene Krupa birthday today. Played with Benny Goodman. I love this. You hear this a lot? You know? It's funny my kids play drums while they try. We have a drum set at our house. They attempt to play that. Anyways, we're going to give away some tickets right now. Seven ninety KABC welcomes Elton John the fell were farewell yellow brick road, the final tort staple center. January twenty second twenty third twenty fifth and thirtieth. We're going to give it away to how about caller seven caller seven. Now read just calling the regular hotline number eight hundred two two two five two two two caller seven call eight hundred two two two five two two two. That's five KABC. Caller, seven will win these tickets to Elton John. So obviously it's day two of the L A USD teachers strike my babysitter, Patty. She has a niece that goes to public school in north Hollywood. And it's interesting her niece Natalie. I said, you know, can you tell me what happened yesterday? And she just said, you know, they went to school, and they were in a big auditorium. And there was some substitute teachers some assist. To the teachers and some guardians and the assistant principal, and basically they just played rock paper scissors for their PE class, which they didn't have to change into. And they were all in just a big group, and they didn't really do much. They had lunch and breakfast if they wanted and basically the day was pretty pretty uninteresting, but she did go and I'll I'll get the update. And I'm just curious. You know, this is a show where we like to involve you, and I'm curious did your kids go to school yesterday. Or did you hold him back from class? Or did they pick it with their teachers call us here have been day live with Dr drew myself? Leeann tweeden eight hundred two two two five two two two. I'm just curious some some kids stayed at home. But some some went and I want to hear how it went. I did get the letter that said that she got from LA unified. And just just curious to see what your experience was yesterday with your kid if they did go to school yesterday. And LA USD. All right. It's twelve thirty AM seven hundred KABC. Here's the news..
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"So interred Ishmael Twitter funeral style of retweeting the love that FOX two on FOX. Jamie Lee Curtis slams Fiji water for its blatant promotion at the Golden Globe. Award Jamie Lee Curtis not happy to see model Cuthbert dubbed the Fiji water girl managed to get into a shot behind her at the Golden Globe awards. Cuthbert went viral photo bombing stars on the red carpet Curtis sharing the photo on Instagram saying she did not want to be doing advertising explaining clearly the angle shows that I moved from her being behind me. And yet from the side it still happens sponsors of events need to get permission from people when they get them to take their picture next to products Fiji water has yet to respond, but the brand has been promoting Cuthbert's viral moment on its social media pages, Kristin Goodwin, Fox News. We take a look at actor, Sal mini? Oh, the late sell many, oh today would have been his eightieth birthday. American film theatre actor best known for his performance. Probably with James Dean in rebel without a call. Right, right. He got nominated for two Oscars in his lifetime supporting roles in rebel. And in the movie exodus years later, he was a terrorist. Yeah. Of course, he played a key role in the movie giant as well. Right. Wasn't in a ton of movies in some biggies. Also in the gene Krupa story, the longest day, the greatest story ever told well his career kind of went into a tailspin started to make a comeback in the nineteen seventies. And he was stabbed to death. I forgot about that was stabbed in an alley behind an apartment by some guy that was doing some bad things. And and he killed salmonella who died at the mini. Oh who died at the age of thirty seven. Well, he's only thirty seven when he died today would have been his eightieth birthday two time Oscar nominee. And let's take a look at let's finish up with the late late show with James corden on CBS. The most valuable company in the world, the second most valuable company is Microsoft and the third most valuable company is the company of friends and family. I'm kidding. It's google. You go entertainment news in the blower right here. With Steven Ted on K NSA forty-three down for.
"gene krupa" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"And the death can take both of my ears. If they don't mind the size give my stomach to Milwaukee if they ran out of beer, but my socks in a cedar box. Just get him out of here. Venus de Milo can have my arms look out tops. Got your nose some art to the junk man and give my love to rose. Don't say that it's in my head the rest of the night niche. That's not good for anybody. We're talking about songs that you would want song at your own funeral. A bit macabre. But it's made me smile more than it's made me grimace in anything that provides that option in life. I'm going with it when I look at the political world, I cringe in grandma's. Or maybe hamburglar, John Kelly is going to leave the White House at the end of this year, or before the president said this today, John Kelly is the chief of staff John Kelly is the person tasked with keeping everybody going in the same direction, and you know, pedaling on the same stroke. Never has that been more important. I would think then. The time of mmediately following federal papers being filed in court about the president committing felonies. But that's where we are. I told you earlier what was going on about North Carolina demand that allegedly went around and collected up. Everybody's votes some of them until Dan. That person says he didn't do nothing the person which it looks like benefited from him allegedly doing that says we don't know nothing about it. But. That candidate's campaign. Does that person guy named doubtless owes that person's? What is it a consultant company? Yeah. Yeah. The candidate. In the legal money paperwork that has to be filed that candidacy does that guy. Thirty something thousand dollars. Eight. More fun to talk about songs that you'll have people here that you won't hear eight six six three nine hundred ten twenty if you would like to call or if you would like the text. North Carolina and Virginia are under various state of emergencies and warnings are twenty seven million people that are in the middle of weather alerts going on right now because the storm is blowing across from Texas all the way into east Tennessee, all the way into the Carolina. Hi, Eddie reads, the tax free bird. I gotta tell you. It'd be a whole lot of cousins from Alabama. That'd be just fine with that. Clarence in Trafford Clarence. Thanks for waiting on me. You're on Katie KYW. Hello. Can you hear me? Yes, sir. Yeah. Well, I like the question in general, my cell all Bush on CNN for my self. Here's what I'd like. I and you're gonna like this subject with you months ago. We've we've talked about way we in the past you, and I have talked about music to play when we're dead. Not that project yoga former dad, okay related. All right. All right. Okay. So my first five minutes. I to hear something by buddy rich for about five minutes, some good drum music from back. So you're going to hear five minutes of buddy rich just wailing on the skins and that's going to set the tone. Yeah. Okay. For world by Louis Armstrong. All right. Now be happy in heaven. And you'll know see to me people say, well, you're not even there listening to it. If all goes, well, and I'm in heaven. I'm looking down watching everybody that showed up enjoy it. Yes. That's okay clearance. I appreciate it. I wouldn't I wouldn't have thought buddy rich. And now a moment of quiet introspective with gene Krupa talk. And makes a man in a box start less startling. I guess Chuck in Manhattan. Thank you for calling your own, Katie. Hi, yes. Yes, sir. I loved this conversation about song at our bureau. It's it's depressing. But it's making me smile, and I'm struggling with that. But I'm going to go with the smile, or you know, what I was thinking of when lady Di passed away they rewrote that song about Maryland. And that was so bidding Elton John was very good friends with Diana. And that's what that's what that was about. Oh, I never knew the song. I would like is by Leon Russell at my funeral called a song for you that really sums it up. But we are alone. Now. Now, I'm seeing initially home, do you? Yeah. That's my thought you go with Leon Russell if you wanna get like, you know, spiritual with it. What about what about roll? Away, the stone. My life in song. Eddie, okay. What about what about roll away the stone? I don't know that you. Okay. If you're Leon Russell fan. You got internet, right? No. I don't know. Okay. Chuck a year to hear some homework. If you're Leon Russell fan find that song. It's it's roll away. The stone is the name of the song. And it is about exactly what it sounds like. It's about the resurrection sorta roll away the stone. Don't leave me here alone, resurrect me. Protect me. I know they pay me to sit and sing and nobody it's brilliant. Eight six six three nine one ten twenty or Katie k radio dot com. The last resort by the eagles says this text. Moonshadow by cat Stevens from John Robinson. That's a good one. There are other cat Stevens. The pop and pop into my head anything that was on the heralded Maude soundtrack, also, but Moonshadow. Brilliant stuff. Steve writes, remember the song, I sold my heart to the junk, man. That's the one I just was trying to sing right? If there's another song about selling, your heart the junk, man, I don't know it the one I was talking about is, please don't bury me. By John prime. Please. Don't bury me down in cocoa ground. I'd rather have him cut me up and pass me all around so Mahar to the cell, my heart to the junk man and give my love to rose. This. Forgive me. Somebody earlier said that my show is supposed to be comforting. I don't see how that is possible. But. Your contributions have comforted me. This text reads. My post mortem song would be the Grateful Dead. Helena bucket. All right. So there's going to be a lot of tied. I Hugh is what you're saying. Beauty with any Grateful Dead song. You only need one in covered the whole second half of the service. Dust in the wind by Kansas. I can't hear that and not instantly. Think of the big what is it Ted's big adventure? We're dust in the wind, dude. Bill and Ted's excellent adventure. Thank you. That was gonna eat at me. This text reads, it's over this guy haha hung his hat on the stock market if he hadn't abandoned our allies, China and every country who follows our economy, he could possibly get through this. We Republicans who had to vote for this person. I ain't saying that word are hoping he resigns as a health is you get outta here. Bipartisan extraction for Trump in everything. He stands for the Bush funeral set the standard for American decency. Okay. I'm assuming you're talking with the president. I'm being founded bam shadow Katie k radio. We live in the voice of radio. When.
"gene krupa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Logan, and Kathy Lee here with you as little gene Krupa riff. Did you get I picked up on that? It'll go in there you go. Yeah. Yeah. I picked up on that right away. You're such a good air drummer. It's impressive. Yeah. I want to. Top ten if you go look at I think, it's YouTube. I think I'm verified top ten in the world. I have no doubt about that guy. From Stockholm was was nine ten. I don't even know who the hell no second. So you're moving you're moving up you better you better watch it because I'm coming for him. San Francisco has been dubbed the doodoo capital of the United States, Kathy. This is your topic. This is my town. Investigator. This whole building from that really dig later in the day. The city has launched a pilot program called the poop patrol which aims to find an eliminate human waste in targeted neighborhoods now human waste human waste for Dave. We're talking human waste human feces. You've never been there for Super Bowl. Fifty and how many people you walked over just to get really walked from the hotel, horrible horrible. Such a beautiful city. There's people Pooh Pooh, poohing, everywhere everywhere, whereas they going to go. Businesses aren't going to let the men just to use the bathroom, but they should at this point. According to data compiled there were more than four hundred fifty poop piles per square mile. Oh per square mile Lord. That's horrible. I think they were human and not dog. I guess we have to contract you, Kathy. Future. Kathy lee. Investigator. I work in the office of the mayor of San Francisco four hundred dollars per hour. This is your this is your calling right here. Real house. It's no it's really sad there. They have a bad homeless situation. They're bad problem. We were there for the Super Bowl and how many years ago is that three four. Yeah. And we spent a week there downtown, and you guys were at a different location. I think Dave we were we were we're in the team hotel in that we would we would drive down. On the show right next to you in the media hotel. Okay. Yeah. We were downtown. We walked downtown every day a lot and you're literally stepping over sleeping people on the sidewalks. And. I remember the homeless people were very aggressive in your face homeless people. And they're obviously have mental health issues and drug issues and all kinds of problems. But it's gotten even worse is what they're saying the mayor. They have a new mayor there in San Francisco, and one of the first thing she talked about was cleaning up this human feces problem that they have. That's how bad it is. It's yeah. It's it's like. That this could happen in the United States in the richest city in the country in one of the richest cities in the world the Bayer. Yeah, there's there's you know. So what do you do what he do outrage? Data at really having to deal with problem. But now you try to drill down and say, okay what what's the solution to this problem? Remember, they moved a lot of them out. They gave said that you could have a bus ticket out during the Super Bowl. We'll give you a one way bus ticket somewhere. Yeah. Trying to clean it up in Des Moines has been paying for it ever since. Yeah. Where do they go? What about the tent cities down in? You said they're down by Anaheim. There was and they tore that down right by Anaheim stadium. Thousands of people live in a tent right by the stadium. Yes. That's kind of where you have to take them. Right. And put them in those tent cities to get them off the streets. They don't want to go there. They like San Francisco, I'm laying in the middle of the street and just don't know can one on the sidewalk, I guess. You're going to back to my. Porta potties everywhere. I mean, you're going to have to have areas where they could go use the bathroom, maybe clean up a little bit for them that might have to be only solution. I remember we went out to dinner a couple times. And then you know, you've got leftovers you put it in a to go box in the restaurant. People said as soon as you get outside just put it on top of the trash can right here and someone will come up and get it. And it's okay. And so I put it put this to go box there within a minute there were homeless people like scrambling to get this to go box. And it was it's like it's hard to believe we're living in the United States of America. And these are the conditions. It's sad. Reality is really wealthy city. It was really sad. And so, yeah, this is this is funny. The doodoo capital the United States, but it's not funny. No. Because it's disgusting. You don't want. I mean, all the people who live in that city. Do you think that makes them happy that they're walking by piles of human? Feces gusting? I mean, I think the first thing would you'd probably have to just try to figure out a way to get them cleaned up and not used it ear, honestly, the porta potty idea. You had might make more sense than anything else right now. And you figure out how to right, maybe they don't want to support of how it had it figured out how to get them out. And where do they go? Where are you getting them out too bright, make it some other cities problem? That's what I said. Okay. Yeah. What.
"gene krupa" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Active home and you're wounded phone and want to jimi hendrix joe actually seven i watching buddy rich then as you get into the rock and roll and that's of we babyboomer my brothers and my sisters in the baby boomer generation we when you think about it we started out and it was all about you know the the big band era of our parents and then all of a sudden we've discovered rock and roll the beatles came in and then when hendrick surface it was like wall this cat is nuts and i was never a drug is never understood the psychedelia of at all i'd ever said the whole psychedelic and and kids that people i'm telling you even you try this now i know what what am i gonna put that in my brain are you kidding me but the music hendrix and i gotta throw by this drummer you're not around anymore arrested rest in peace mitch mitchell tall niche has or the licks well might lorenzo's a lot of those mostly buddy rich and certainly with with jean trooper the gray gene krupa but man that mitch mitch i those looks at you and that's on fire though that does our hearts those are hard lakes man i worked for years although seconds that guy was bur really it so thanks you know at least bring that for you forget about these great welcome rose they die they go away you forget about it mitch mitchell was classic as jimi hendrix was and now he lives on in my son my son plays every lick and hendrik plays i don't know how my kid does it duplicate see that's what i should do i think that's what i should go on the road and i should play the drums my son should be the front guy that's great we could do fire just have a father and son play.
"gene krupa" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Gene group all right and then the teddy wilson on piano and i think lionel hampton was on the vibes what i think about that and then benny goodman playing clarinet there was like boom i got so enthralled by that and then i discovered buddy rich of course mostly from the johnny carson show tonight you there buddy rich iowa and i would watch buddy rich and have quick his wrists were and forgive me let me just divert from the craziness of the news world i if i may so watching with then as you get into the rock and roll and that's gotta me of we baby boomers you know my brothers and my sisters in the baby boomer generation we when you think about it we started out and it was all about you know the the the big band era of our parents and then all of a sudden we've discovered rock and roll the beatles came in and then when hendrick surface it was like whoa this cat is nuts and i was never a drug guys are never understood the psychedelia of it all i devastated the whole psychedelics the data and kids that people i'm telling you even let's go joe you try this now i didn't what what am i gonna put that in my brain are you kidding me but the music of hendrix and i gotta throw by this drummer he's not around anymore arrested rest in peace mitch mitchell poem niche man where i learned all the links when i'm at lorenzo's and we do a lot of those legs mostly buddy rich and certainly with with omar two gene krupa the grating trooper but man that mitch mitch i those looks at here that's on fire though that does our hearts those are hard lakes man i worked for years those seconds that guy was bur brilliant so thanks at least bring that for you forget about these great rackham rose died they go away you forget about it mitch mitchell was classic as jimi hendrix was and now he lives on in my son my son plays every lick hendrick plays out my my kid does it duplicates see.
"gene krupa" Discussed on Night Call
"With free shipping always if you would like to get one hundred twenty five dollars off your leesamattress then visit lisa dot com forward slash night call it's the deepest discount we've ever offered yet home nikoil sent you lisa dot com for slash night call but they were just like tenacious d song yeah is the first one was like about how the apiece brothers came to be as a band and so it was like it started listen into gene crubaugh because carmine a piece was really into gene krupa and wanted to be a jazz drummer johnny jones who's like to to invent the dome like who invented the drums alone and carmine piece of saying he's like gene krupa invented at these jazz guys invented and jones was cozy like so the lead singer can go do a line of blow he's like no no marijuana that's what they did in those days coke it you no you know you invented the amazing drum solo that people would like come to see the show just to see the drums solo he was in going to get it wrong it's beck a piece and somebody which he was talking about they did superstitions wonder signing and he was like it was originally written for us and then steve is label hurt it and they were like he's got to release a single so he did just reminiscent about you could sell ten million records it was crazy there's so much of that on joe's alana that could sell so many records and by so many cars with all the records use old there's jones e is like there's a deep melancholy it's also weird because it comes on at noon it's like noon to to eat melancholy because he plays like the kinks.