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25 fév. 2008, 1h49m par beelzbubbaThe title for this list at the Jazz Desk references (various) sources, all tracing back to the James Brown exhortation on behalf of his long-time percussionist Clyde Stubblefield to: "let the drummer get some."
The title "Give the Drummer Some" and it's variants appear on Can, Norman Connors, and Maceo Parker albums. De La Soul's tune "Long Island Wildin'" begins with the question "Can the drummer have some? Cuz the drummer ain't had none in a long time" followed by insane freestyle rap in Japanese.
Air - Air Mail (1980) (Steve McCall)
Andrew Cyrille - What About? (1969)
Art Blakey - Moanin' (1958)
Billy Cobham - Spectrum (1973)
Charles Lloyd - Forest Flower Live in Monterey (1966) (Jack Dejohnette)
DKV Trio - Live in Wels & Chicago (1998) (Hamid Drake)
Charles Tolliver (Music, Inc.) - Live at Slugs Vol. 1 (1970)(Jimmy Hopps)
Don Cherry & Ed Blackwell - Mu, First Part (1969)
29 mars 2006, 10h29m par tenderbranson692005, Neil Young was treated for a brain aneurysm at a hospital in New York. Doctors expected the 59 year old to make a full recovery. The aneurysm was discovered when Young's vision became blurred after the induction ceremony for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last month.
1986, Austrian singer Falco started a three-week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with Rock Me Amadeus, also a No.1 in the UK.
1980, Dark Side of the Moon, spent it's 303rd week on the US album chart, beating the record set by Tapestry
1969, Appearing at the London Free Easter Festival, Bethnal Green/, [artist]John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Black Sabbath, The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown, Curved Air, J.J. Jackson's Dilemma, Shy Limbs, Spontaneous Music Ensemble, Sunflower Brass Band and Toe Fat.
1959, Born on this day, Perry Farrell, Jane's Addiction, (1991 UK No.34 single 'Been Caught Stealing', 1990 US No. 19 album 'Ritual De Lo Habitual'), Porno For Pyros, (1993 US No.3 & UK No.3 self titled album). Conceived US 'Lollapalooza' tours.