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1 Interviews with Drummers on Mon May 29, 2017 10:47 am

This is an interview where Jo-Jo
talks about more than drums. He
is talking about culture and his
view about jazz etc.

Jo-Jo may be considered to be
outspoken but it has value to
hear opinions and especially
those regarding jazz & music.



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2 Re: Interviews with Drummers on Mon May 29, 2017 11:13 am



Of course, we all know Vinnie. Here
is an interesting chat with him.

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3 Re: Interviews with Drummers on Tue May 30, 2017 2:58 pm



Boomer, on Latin.

His attack has always been Latin.
This is so cool to hear speak about
his Latin background like this. It
also makes me feel glad that I
discovered it before all this.

Many, many years ago, I recall
seeing Boomer behind the Fania
All-Stars. I think that is right. I
have to look that up.



More:



I loved this one. It really reveals
to us the needs of this music. He
is a part of the tapestry for sure.
A timbale player incarnate!



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4 Re: Interviews with Drummers on Fri Jun 09, 2017 9:48 am

Dear Pete,

Thank you for posting these interviews!

Iīve just finished the Jojo Mayer one, which is awesome. I know (very well) Jojo since 1987 and besides being a great drummer and guy he has always been a very interesting and intelligent person.

This interview is very DEEP, and I invite every serious musician to watch it and reflect on it.

Personally I donīt see any light at the end of the tunel for serious musicians...just random success...I can recognize the problems but not able to solve them or confront them without compromising the art, etc.

Best regards to you!

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