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  1. Theory and Musicianship for the creative Jazz musician - Mike Longo. Not Mark Levine’s book.

  2. Two thumbs down for me. I never did drumline but I did study hand technique from John Wooton for a semester before changing my major. The Tommy Igoe Great Hands For A Life Time is truly the marriage between the drumline style and drumset style.

  3. He’s alright. Kind of sound premeditated when he plays. Ryan Hanseler on the other hand is a cat that people should be checking out more.

  4. I won’t play Giant Steps. In general, I just hate when people play standards poorly.

  5. Probably anything but Ulysses Owen’s Jr’s big band.

  6. Deduca Defonseca, Celso De Almedia, Edu Ribero, Roman Montagner, Ne Ne.

  7. Veronica Swift, Gabrielle Cavassa, Cyrille Aimee

  8. Dr. Throwdown’s Rudimental Remedies and Rudimental Reference Book. I learned hand technique from Dr. Wooton. There’s a reason why they call him Dr. Throwdown.

  9. Sight reading Jazz and other syncopated Rhythms - Mike Longo and Developing the Left Hand - Mike Longo

  10. Sight reading Jazz and other syncopated Rhythms - Mike Longo and Developing the Left Hand - Mike Longo

  11. Which solo do you like best? I’m a big Rollins fan but I have to say I think I prefer Stitt’s playing on this album. The back and forth between the two has to be one of, if not the best, call and responses ever recorded. So fast and intricate and exciting yet makes perfect sense the whole way through.

  12. Theory and Musicianship for the Creative Jazz Musician - Mike Longo

  13. Is that another tune that uses Rhythm changes or is it like a YouTube video?

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