20 episodes

Interviews with drummers, engineers and other musicians about drums and drumming

Drum Talk Joe Crabtree

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Interviews with drummers, engineers and other musicians about drums and drumming

    Daniel Glass Talks About The Evolution Of Drums And Rock Drumming

    Daniel Glass Talks About The Evolution Of Drums And Rock Drumming

    Daniel Glass is an award-winning drummer, author, historian and educator. He is widely recognized as one of today's foremost authorities on classic American drumming. A member of the pioneering swing group Royal Crown Revue since 1994, Daniel has recorded and performed all over the world with many top artists, including Brian Setzer, Bette Midler, Liza Minnelli and KISS frontman Gene Simmons For the past two years, he has been voted one of the top five R&B drummers in the world by readers of Modern Drummer and DRUM magazine.
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    • 39 min
    Steve Smith Talks About The History of Rock Drumming

    Steve Smith Talks About The History of Rock Drumming

    In this podcast I talk to Steve Smith about his new book "Roots of Rock Drumming" (Hudson Music), practice concepts, rhythmic singing (konnakol), drum art and more.
    Over the past 35 years Steve has toured and recorded with some of the biggest names in jazz and rock - appearing on recordings that have sold over 100 million copies worldwide - including Journey, Bryan Adams, Mariah Carey, Andrea Bocelli, Zucchero and Jean-Luc Ponty.
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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Mover Talks About Everything

    Mover Talks About Everything

    Mover has recorded and toured with artists ranging from Joe Satriani and Alice Cooper to Aretha Franklin.  He also owned and ran a major studio in New York for many years and now owns and edits the best drum magazine out there - www.drumheadmag.com
    In this podcast episode he shares how it all came about.  It's a long one but a good one, so grab yourself a coffee and enjoy!
    Find out more about Mover at www.jonathanmover.comread more

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Ed Bettinelli Talks About Developing The Thumb Thang

    Ed Bettinelli Talks About Developing The Thumb Thang

    In this interview I ask Ed how he came up with the idea for the Thumb Thang and what is involved in bringing a product to market.
    If you'd like to get your own Thumb Thang (and who wouldn't?) then head to the Kickstarter project and make your pledge here.
    You can find out more about the Thumb Thang at www.thumbthang.com.read more

    • 41 min
    Dan Collings Talks About Recording An Album In LA

    Dan Collings Talks About Recording An Album In LA

    Dan is a great drummer in a great band.
    In this interview I ask him how he ended up recording an album in LA, getting a cool music video made, and writing catchy songs.
    If you enjoy the songs in the podcast you can buy Desolate on iTunes here
    and you can download Adrenalin for free here.read more

    • 42 min
    Lee Davies Talks About Teaching

    Lee Davies Talks About Teaching

    Lee and I grew up pretty close to each other and have played in a lot of the same bands.
    In this podcast I talk to him about how he got started and his progression towards teaching drums.
    You'll find out more about Lee on his website www.leedaviesdrums.co.uk
    If you enjoy the interview you can thank Lee by clicking here to tweetread more

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

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9 Ratings

9 Ratings

nayzer ,

A++

Great podcast from a great teacher. Be sure to check out his site as well for loads more material

Trio con Brio ,

Best Drum podcast in iTunes

If you are a drummer, or just interested in drumming or drummers, this podcast cannot be beaten (sorry for that pun). Joe's affable style and sensitive interview-technique make these audios a really entertaining and enlightening listen when you are on a long journey to a gig. Thanks, Joe - I now look forward to my journeys up the M3.

Drumtyke ,

Thanks Joe

Joe and Stuart talk about how good the drumming was on rock recordings of the early seventies when drummers had more freedom to express themselves. Whilst that's a good point, the problem in those days for aspiring drummers, compared to today, was that information such as you here in these podcasts was in short supply. For an hour of entertaining education it doesn't get better than this.

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