Nineteen Seventy Free

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Latin and Jazz. That's two styles of music! ;)

This pattern is partly inspired by Gregory Porter's excellent track '1960 What?' and is just a latin-style jazz pattern (or jazz-style latin pattern?). There's no real structure to it, I'm largely just playing the same thing round and round for three minutes mostly because it took a fair bit of work to be able to play it smoothly and introducing complex fills would've just made me trip over myself!

Took all the damping ...
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Gregory Porter, jazz latin, , Martin Pointon, 1960 What

Comments

ArkRockStudio
Great playing, and song title.:) Oldie but goodie.+0
Ernie440
Very cool drums, interesting description, always some trivia from you. Glad you kept it steady, one less thing I had to think about jamming on the latest add to this, haha .. :D ;)+1
PDMuzak
Very complex--from a gifted drummer.. Thanks+1
August 22 2016 12:26:39
PDMuzak
mpointon Thank you, PD! :) +0
GuitarPlyr
A great fool drumin' here :)+1
jcgbass123
This setup and sound is so classic. You could nail down just about anything from the Doors. How about a little Riders on the Storm? I love the sound!+1
November 28 2015 13:00:08
jcgbass123
mpointon Thanks, jcg. Just had a listen to Riders On The Storm (I don't really know my Doors) and I do know it. I'll see if I can come up with a template based on it. Always glad to try out new recordings. +0
mpointon
If it'll help people, it will line up to a metronome in a DAW. I'm happy to supply a version with the click on it too. 😀+0
barkndog
Great stuff Martin! I think all of us really appreciate how you are always looking for new beats and styles - very inspiring!+1
aleonz
cool and steady drums ride, oh i can hear the melody playing in my head , this is so cool Martin!+1
Blind-Dog
SICK!+1
nuno1959
That's not drumming Martin, that's evil !! :D :D
Fantastic track, absolutely great..
+1

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