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The Craig The Craig - I Must Be Mad
Released 1966

Richard King - guitar
Len Cox - bass
Jeff Brown - lead vocals
Carl Palmer - drums
A rampant, unhinged slice of freakbeat, all straining amps and Carl's neo-Keith Moon style kit abuse. The recording is all the more remarkable when one considers that Carl was a comparatively callow youth of fifteen at the time.

The Chants The Chants - Love Light
Released 1966

Eddie Amoo - vocals
Eddie Ankrah - vocals
Joe Ankrah - vocals
Alan Fielding - vocals
Nat Smedo - vocals
This would be Carl's first paid session, playing on the song 'Love Light'. The Chants had a minor footnote in the history of BritPop by dint of their being the first British based all black vocal groups. A potentially tidy living awaited Carl as a session drummer but some sound advice from his father dissuaded him from entering the world of recording sessions in a career way.

Chris Farlowe Moanin Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds - Moanin'
Released 1967

Chris Farlowe - vocals
Albert Lee - guitar
Ricky Chapman - Bass
Peter Solley - Organ
Carl Palmer - drums


Atomic Rooster Atomic Rooster - Atomic Rooster
Released February 1970
Recorded December 1969 - January 1970

Vincent Crane - Organ, vocals
Nick Graham - Bass, vocals, flute
John Du Cann - guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums

It was with Atomic Rooster that Carl Palmer enjoyed his first real success as a founding member of a band. At the age of 18, replacing drummer Drachen Theaker, Carl Palmer joined up with The Crazy World of Arthur Brown at the absolute peak of their success following the smash single 'Fire' ("I am the God of Hellfire..."). Top 10 around the world, Palmer arrived at a time when the band was touring with some of the biggest names in music. After brief rehearsals the lineup set out on an arduous U.S. tour alongside the cream of the rock world including the Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Premier Cast of Hair, Iron Butterfly and others. Contrary to popular belief, Carl is not on the LP recording, but he was the touring drummer for the record, playing over fifty gigs. From the first time Palmer started working with Atomic Rooster he realized that a trio worked best for him.

Emerson, Lake & Palmer Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Released November, 1970 (UK) January 13, 1971 (US)
Recorded July to September 1970 at Advision Studios
Billboard charts #18; UK charts #4
RIAA Gold

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion

The outfit in which Carl's name would come to be carved into rock history. In the spring of 1970, Carl Palmer received a phone call that changed his life forever. Keyboard virtuoso Keith Emerson was forming a new band with Greg Lake. After trying out several drummers, including Mitch Mitchell, the two wanted Palmer to audition for a spot in the new trio but Palmer was uncertain if he wanted to leave the growing success of Atomic Rooster behind. Reluctantly, he agreed to meet and rehearse with the band and thank God he did. The following month the group finished its self-titled debut album, instantly successful, it climbed to the Top 5 in England and the Top 20 in America. And included the classic single "Lucky Man".

Tarkus Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Tarkus
Released June 14, 1971 (UK) August 1971 (US)
Recorded January 1971 Advision Studios
Billboard charts # 9; UK charts #1
RIAA Gold

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
The 1971 follow-up album, Tarkus, propelled the ELP's sound in new directions and was the first real test for the band's cohesiveness. Palmer had come up with an unusual drum pattern he wanted to incorporate. Arguments ensued and, when Greg Lake said he wouldn't be involved, it looked like that might be it for ELP. In the end, there was agreement (or agreement to disagree) and the album, which for many came to define ELP's sound, was released.

Pictures At An Exhibition Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Pictures At An Exhibition
Released November 1971 (UK) January 4, 1972 (US)
Recorded March 26, 1971 Newcastle City Hall upon Tyne
Billboard charts #10 UK charts #3
RIAA Gold
BPI Silver

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
On the heels of Tarkus's rise to #1 on the UK charts and Top 10 in the America, ELP arrived at Newcastle City Hall on March 21, 1971, to perform and record Pictures At An Exhibition live, their signature adaptation of Modest Mussorgsky's 'Pictures at an Exhibition.' When released, that album too became a great success.

Trilogy Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Trilogy
Released July 6, 1972 (US)
Recorded January 1972 Advision Studios
Billboard charts #5; UK charts #2
RIAA Gold

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
Trilogy Increased ELP's worldwide popularity, and included "Hoedown", which was one of their most popular songs when performing live. The song "Endless Enigma Part One" opens with the sound of a beating heart, an effect created by the bass drum pedal of Palmer's Ludwig Octopus kit. Notably, this effect was invented by Carl Palmer before it was used on Jethro Tull's 'A Passion Play' (1973). "From the Beginning" reached #39 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Brain Salad Surgery Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery
Released November 19, 1973 (US)
Recorded June to September 1973 Advision Studios
Billboard charts #11; UK charts #2
RIAA Gold

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
The first under their Manticore Records imprint. It features cover art by surreal artist H. R. Giger. The album cover is considered one of the most memorable (and often disturbing) of its time. Perhaps the band's definitive work. Bearing such memorable work as 'Karn Evil 9', 'Still You Turn Me On' and 'Jerusalem', the album is highlighted by 'Toccata', a reworking of Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera's Piano Concerto No. 1, and some of Carl Palmer's most amazing drumming and synthesized percussion work. So incredible and original was the performance in fact that Ginastera himself endorsed the recording.

Welcome Back My Friends... Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Welcome Back My Friends...
Released August 19, 1974 (US)
Recorded February 2, 1974 Convention Center, Anaheim, Ca.
Billboard charts #4; UK charts #5

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
Originally released as a three-disk vinyl album, but is now a double CD, in a gatefold cover, the inside of which used the letters "E", "L" and "P" as retainers for the individual disks. During 1973 and 1974, ELP toured on their Someone Get Me a Ladder Tour all around the world, and this album captures the representative musical sound of that tour. The title of the album comes from the opening line of the song "Karn Evil 9: First Impression, Part 2" as well as the introduction to the performance, uttered at the beginning of the song "Hoedown."

Works, Volume I Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Works, Volume I
Released March 22, 1977 (US)
Recorded 1976
Billboard charts #12; UK charts #9
RIAA Gold
BPI Gold

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
'Works, Volume I' is a double album divided into four major sections, one each highlighting each band member, and one for combined works. It was decided that each would have a solo side followed by a fourth side featuring the band as a unit. For his part, Carl Palmer's contribution featured big band recordings recorded with 60's and 70's pianist & big band leader Harry South, as well as some individual tracks, including "LA Nights" with guitarist Joe Walsh of the Eagles. The real gem from this period, however, was Palmer's own epic "Concerto for Percussion" which, sadly, would wait nearly twenty years before finally being released on the Carl Palmer Anthology, "Do ya wanna play, Carl?"

Works, Volume 2 Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Works, Volume 2
Released November 1, 1977 (US)
Recorded 1973- 1977
Billboard charts #37; UK charts #20
RIAA Gold

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
Works, Volume II was a single album which seemingly was a compilation of leftover tracks from other album sessions that had not made those albums. While many derided the album for its apparent lack of focus, others felt it showed a different side of the band, with blues, bluegrass and jazz being very prominent as musical genres in this recording.

Love Beach Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Love Beach
Released November 18, 1978
Recorded 1978
Billboard charts #55; UK charts 48
RIAA Gold
BPI Silver

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
Love Beach was the band's final album of original studio recordings until Black Moon (1992), and was produced to satisfy contractual obligations with the group's record company. It was a critical and commercial disappointment, charting at #55 on the Billboard 200, although it did eventually go gold. The group was reportedly not satisfied with the album; drummer Carl Palmer even compared the portrait of the band in the cover photograph as more akin to disco stars the Bee Gees. Critical appraisal of the album is mixed; some reviewers consider it the nadir of ELP's 1970s output, while others refer to the continued popularity of songs such as "Memoirs of an Officer and a Gentleman".

In Concert Emerson, Lake & Palmer - In Concert
Released November 18, 1979
Recorded August 26, 1977 at Montreal's Olympic Stadium
Billboard # 73

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
In Concert is a live album, recorded at the Montreal's Olympic Stadium which is featured on the album cover. In Concert showcased fan favorites of previously released material. The band hired a 70-piece orchestra for some concerts of this tour but eventually had to dismiss the orchestra due to budget constraints that almost bankrupted the group. On the original release, the orchestra performs on "C'est la Vie", "Knife Edge", on Keith Emerson's piano concerto, and on "Pictures at an Exhibition". The 1993 rerelease of the LP (Works Live) adds another four songs performed with the orchestra: "Fanfare for the Common Man", "Abaddon's Bolero", "Closer to Believing" and "Tank".

PM PM - 1:PM
Released 1980

Todd Cochran - vocals, keyboards
John Nitzinger - guitar, vocals
Erik Scott - bass, vocals
Barry Finnerty - lead guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums
Carl formed his own band, PM, for which he recruited vocalist Todd Cochran from the band Automatic Man and blues guitarist John Nitzinger, along with Erik Scott and Barry Finnerty. The band, an attempt at Top 40-style rock, released one album, entitled 1:PM, which was released in 1980 in Europe only. Success eluded the album and the band, which broke up shortly thereafter.

Mike Oldfield Five Miles Out Mike Oldfield - Five Miles Out
Released March 19, 1982
Recorded in Buckinghamshire 1981
UK charts #7
Carl is featured on the track "Mount Teidi" which is a shorter instrumental piece, named after Mount Teide on the Spanish island of Tenerife.

Asia Asia - Asia
Released March 1982
Recorded June to November 1981
Recorded at Marcus studios & Virgin Townhouse in London
Billboard charts #1; UK charts #11; Japan charts #15
RIAA 4 times Multi-Platinum
UK Gold

John Wetton - vocals, bass
Steve Howe - guitar
Geoff Downes - keyboards
Carl Palmer - drums
The debut album by Asia reached #1 in the U.S. on the Billboard album charts, and according to Billboard was the best-selling album in the United States for the year 1982. Asia was certified 4x Platinum by the RIAA on February 10, 1995. The album contains the band's biggest hits, "Here Comes the Feeling", "Only Time Will Tell", "Sole Survivor", "Time Again", "Wildest Dreams" and "Heat of the Moment", which reached #4 in the U.S. on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Asia Alpha Asia - Alpha
Released July 26 1983
Recorded at Le Studio, Morin Heights, Canada
Billboard charts #6; UK charts #5; Japan charts #4
RIAA Platinum
UK Silver

John Wetton - vocals, bass
Steve Howe - guitar
Geoff Downes - keyboards
Carl Palmer - drums
Alpha is Asia's second album with John Wetton as vocalist and last album with Steve Howe as full-time guitarist until 2008's Phoenix. The first track on Alpha, "Don't Cry", became a top 10 hit, peaking at #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and #1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. Alpha was certified Platinum by the RIAA on October 11, 1983.

Asia Astra Asia - Astra
Released august 20, 1985
Recorded 1985
Billboard charts #67; UK charts #68; Japan charts #15

John Wetton - vocals, bass
Mandy Meyer - guitar
Geoff Downes - keyboards
Carl Palmer - drums
Astra is the last Asia album to feature John Wetton on lead vocals until 2008. After being brought back into the fold for their third album, Wetton and Geoff Downes forged ahead with this effort. Steve Howe, having left sometime before the Astra sessions, was replaced by guitarist Mandy Meyer. Astra peaked at #67 and went largely unnoticed. Wetton left Asia soon after the record's release. Meyer would never play with Asia again. The band itself, after cancelling the Astra tour, was basically finished until 1990.

Under a Raging Moon Roger Daltry - Under a Raging Moon
Released September 1985
Under a Raging Moon is Roger's sixth solo album and was issued in September, 1985. It includes several drummers' tributes to Keith Moon, former drummer of The Who who died in 1978. Drummers who perform a tribute on the title track "Under a Raging Moon" are (in order): Martin Chambers, Roger Taylor, Cozy Powell, Stewart Copeland, Zak Starkey, Carl Palmer and Mark Brzezicki (joined by Zak in the outro).

3 - To The Power of ... 3 - To the Power of ...
Released 1988
Recorded 1987

Keith Emerson - keyboards
Robert Berry - guitar, bass, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums
3 were a short-lived progressive rock band formed by Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer (of Emerson, Lake & Palmer) and Berry. Unsurprisingly, their music has elements of the characteristic ELP sound, but was criticized as less inventive and having a bland AOR flavor. 3 did perform live to support their album, in 1988.

Black Moon Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Black Moon
Released June 27, 1992
Recorded 1991 Marcus Studios
Billboard charts #78

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
The first studio album under the band's original lineup since 1978, it was regarded by fans as a triumphant comeback.

Live at the Royal Albert Hall Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Live at the Royal Albert Hall
Released 1993
Recorded October 3, 1992

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
Live at the Royal Albert Hall was recorded at a show at the Royal Albert Hall during the Black Moon tour in October 1992. Highlights of the album include a 9 minute outpouring of "Tarkus", "Black Moon", and "Finale", which is a three song medley. A DVD version of this release is also available, released in early 2009 by Shout! Factory, who has also reissued much of the band's CD catalog.

Live at the Isle of Wight Festival Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Live at the Isle of Wight Festival
Released 1997
Recorded August 29, 1970 on the Isle of Wight

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion

The show that ELP played at the Isle of Wight on August 29, 1970 was spectacular. Since their first album had not yet been released, the audience was not familiar with their music, but responded with thunderous applause, nonetheless. The Isle of Wight, with its all star lineup that included Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Free, Sly & the Family Stone, was a very unnerving experience for the young band, who certainly rose to the occasion. "I just remember that we went down like a storm," says Palmer. "The crowd went crazy when we finished."

Then and Now Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Then and Now
Released November 24 1998
Recorded April 6, 1974 Ontario Motor Speedway, Ontario, CA and on their 1997/1998 Tour.

Keith Emerson - keyboards, piano
Greg Lake - guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
Then and Now is a live album, that brings together two separate periods of the band's career and places them back to back. First is the legendary California Jam performance ("the Then"), which took place at the Ontario Motor Speedway in Ontario, California on 6 April 1974. Second a collection of recordings from the 1997 to 1998 reunion tour ("the Now"). Most of the bands best known pieces are present with 'Karn Evil 9: First Impression', 'Take a Pebble' and 'Lucky Man' appearing twice as part of each period's set lists.

Qango Qango - Live in the Hood
Released 2000
Recorded February 3, 2000 at the Robin Hood

John Wetton - vocals, bass
John Young - keyboards, vocals
David Kilminster - guitar, vocals
Carl Palmer - drums
Qango was a short-lived progressive rock band, a spin-off from Asia. In 1999, an attempt was made at a partial reunion of the progressive rock supergroup Asia involving John Wetton (bass, vocals) and Carl Palmer (drums), with David Kilminster to be on guitar. The band's live set was based on songs by Asia and Palmer's former band Emerson Lake and Palmer. The band played five UK dates in February 2000 (including a London show on 4 February when Keith Emerson jammed with the band) and six in April 2000. Subsequent touring plans and ideas to record a studio album were abandoned, with Wetton and Palmer soon returning to their solo activities. This recording is from their second show (3 February 2000) and is the band's only official release.

Do ya wanna play, Carl? Carl Palmer Anthology - Do ya wanna play, Carl?
Released 2001
First ever compilation for the Emerson, Lake & Palmer drummer. Re-mastered from original tapes. Featuring contributions from the rest of ELP, The Craig, The Chants, Chris Farlow, Atomic Rooster, Mike Oldfield, Asia, 3 and one bonus track, 'Shawnee' with Buddy Rich.

Working Live, Volume 1 Carl Palmer Band - Working Live, Volume 1
Released March 17, 2003

Shaun Baxter - guitar
Dave Marks - bass guitar
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
Working Live, Volume 1, a new solo album and the first to feature his new solo band. The new trio, simply called Palmer, includes the famous drummer along with bassist Dave Marks and guitarist Shaun Baxter. The record features live interpretations of some of PalmerÍs best known songs, originally recorded with ELP and on his solo albums.

Working Live, Volume 2 Carl Palmer Band - Working Live, Volume 2
Released 2004

Shaun Baxter - guitar
Dave Marks - bass guitar
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
The second live album in a series that features bass-guitar-drums power trio solo band line-up, Working Live Vol. 2 is the sequel to 2003's successful Vol. 1 collection, and again features both new material and new arrangements of long time Palmer classics originally made famous while in Emerson, Lake & Palmer. This album is different than Working Live, Vol. 1: the songs are all different. It was recorded on his 2003 UK tour.

Carl Palmer Band In Concert (DVD) Carl Palmer Band - In Concert (DVD)
Released 2006
Recorded December 5, 2004
MTV recording at Sports Arena "Rock in my Heart Festival" In Bucharest, Romania.

Paul Bielatowicz - guitar
Dave Marks - bass guitar
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion


Asia Fantasia: Live in Tokyo (CD/DVD) Asia - Fantasia: Live in Tokyo (CD/DVD)
Released June 26, 2007
Recorded March 8, 2007

John Wetton - vocals, bass
Steve Howe - guitar
Geoff Downes - keyboards
Carl Palmer - drums
Asia, featuring members of Yes, ELP and King Crimson, was the first "supergroup" of the eighties. Their eponymous debut album, released in 1982, was a huge success racking up global sales in excess of 15 million copies. In 2006, the original four members reunited for the first time in over 20 years for a series of concerts in the US and the UK. The success of this tour led to a full-blown world tour running throughout 2007 in celebration of their 25th anniversary. This CD was recorded in Tokyo in March 2007 on the Japanese leg of the tour.

Asia Phoenix Asia - Phoenix
Released Europe April 11, 2008; North America April 15, 2008
Recorded 2007 2008
Billboard charts #73; UK charts #166; Japan charts #28

John Wetton - vocals, bass
Steve Howe - guitar
Geoff Downes - keyboards
Carl Palmer - drums
The first album to feature all four original members (John Wetton, Geoff Downes, Steve Howe and Carl Palmer) since 1983's Alpha. The album reached number ten in the UK indie chart. The album debuted at number 73 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and number ten on the Billboard Top Internet albums chart. This is the first time since 1985's Astra that a studio album by Asia charted on the Billboard 2008.

Omega Asia - Omega
Released 23 April 2010
Omega reached #1 on the internet-based CD Universe's bestseller chart
And was in the top 75 on both the US and Canadian Amazon sales charts on May 21, 2010.

Geoff Downes - keyboards, backing vocals
John Wetton - bass, lead vocals
Steve Howe - guitar, backing vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
Omega is the fourth studio album from the original lineup of Asia, and the second studio album after the reunion of all four original members (John Wetton, Geoff Downes, Steve Howe and Carl Palmer) in 2006. The album was named as the fourth best prog album of 2010 by Classic Rock magazine and seventh best album of the year by Classic Rock Presents... Prog magazine. The album entered the Japanese chart at #29 (#8 on the foreign albums chart), the German chart at #56 and the Swedish chart at #47. It made #158 in France (2 May). It entered the top 60 in Switzerland and entered the Norwegian chart too. It made #13 in the UK indie chart. Omega was #22 on the Amazon Canadian charts for the week of May 3-9, and was in the top 100 for over 32 days.

Spirit of the Night - Live in Cambridge 2009 Asia - Spirit of the Night - Live in Cambridge 2009 - Live CD/DVD
Released 15 October 2010
Released in CD and DVD separate editions and in a limited edition in digipak including both items.

Geoff Downes - keyboards, backing vocals
John Wetton - bass, lead vocals
Steve Howe - guitar, backing vocals
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
Spirit of the Night - Live in Cambridge 2009 This Live CD / DVD captures Asia in their original line-up, featuring John Wetton on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, Geoffrey Downes on keyboards and Carl Palmer on drums, performing to an enthusiastic crowd. The masters come from the band's own archive and this is a show they have personally selected to be filmed and released. It's a raw and honest view of the musicians and the perspiration on their brows, as they play to a receptive audience. It is truly a compelling viewing and a "must have" for all Asia fans. The set list features songs from their reunion album Phoenix along with a selection of the classics that all the fans would expect. The recording is a historical document of where the band was at the time and a snapshot of their musicianship, camaraderie and passion.

Working Live, Volume 3 Carl Palmer Band - Working Live, Volume 3
Released 19 October 2010 (US); 23 May 2011 (Europe/UK)

Paul Bielatowicz - guitar
Stuart Clayton - bass guitar
Carl Palmer - drums, percussion
Working Live, Volume 3 is the third installment in a series where Palmer, with his own band, reinvents his previous bandsŐ work. "As with Working Live Volume 1 and 2, the idea with this record was to capture my own band arrangements of these classic and rock anthems originally recorded with ELP," says Palmer. "We never attempted to recreate those legendary recordings by ELP, but, rather, to reinvent them into something completely different, with my own band, which is guitar-driven." Carl PalmerŐs trio revisits some well-known numbers, like "Peter Gunn," "Nutrocker," and "Pictures at an Exhibition." Palmer and his players infuse these tunes with flowing musical diversity, ranging from jazzy improvisation, soaring stylized guitar leads, funk bass lines, classical melodies, and hard rock shredding, completed with Palmer rounding out the final song with a dynamic drum solo. Working Live, Volume 3 goes beyond the title of "live album" - this is a listening experience.

Drum Solos Carl Palmer - Drum Solos (DVD)
Released 22 February 2011
by Music VIdeo Distributors (MVD)

The DVD captures three classic Palmer solos from different time eras, and presents them at three different speeds: 25%, 50% and 100%. By watching the solos in the slowest motion, drummers can carefully see exactly what Palmer is doing and how he appears to be doing it. In addition, the DVD comes with note-for-note sheet music transcriptions of each solo, which can be easily downloaded with Adobe Reader. MP3 audio files of the solos are also included on the disc, complete with MIDI soundtracks, so drummers can play along at the 25%, 50% and 100% speeds. Bonus footage includes a brilliant snare drum only solo, a Palmer solo from his ELP-offshoot band "3" with Keith Emerson & Robert Berry; and an extensive Carl Palmer photo gallery, featuring images from The Crazy World of Arthur Brown; ELP; 3; ASIA; and the Carl Palmer Band. "This is not an instruction in the traditional sense of the word," says Palmer, "I view it as more of an examination of my work as a drummer and percussionist, that comes with an invitation for all drummers to join in. I learned my craft studying the work of the great drummers such as Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich; hopefully, this DVD will offer that same kind of inspiration."


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