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Ian Williams 01-11-2010 05:51 PM

Mick Brown
 
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"Wild" Mick Brown - The drummer who is the backbone mainly for the rock band Dokken. In addition, Lynch Mob, Xciter and sessions with Ted Nugent. He's drumming ''fits like a glove'' for Dokken with the right touch to begin and end songs, perfectly.

Every time I listen to: Breaking the Chains Tooth and Nail Under Lock and Key Back for the Attack and Beast From The East (live).....I say to myself, what an awesome band.

Further comments?

foundry37 01-12-2010 05:17 PM

Re: Mick Brown
 
Very under rated solid player. I lifted many a lick from him in my younger days.

Ian Williams 01-12-2010 05:26 PM

Re: Mick Brown
 
He has not received the right recognition for drumming, but We are highlighting his work, in present.....thanks!

bonzolead 01-12-2010 05:31 PM

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Him & George Lynch were childhood buddies & what made Dokken great IMHO, I always liked his playing in Dokken & Lynch Mob .

A very under-rated player in my book. Tooth & Nail(Dokken) & Wicked Sensation(Lynch Mob) is probably my favorite albums he did.

Mick,Blotz & Tommy are my fav's from the LA scene back in the 80's

Bonzolead

Ian Williams 01-12-2010 11:24 PM

Re: Mick Brown
 
Remarkable drummers and their bands as well. Are We missing any other drummer of that time?

bonzolead 01-13-2010 05:31 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Ian Williams (Post 652065)
Remarkable drummers and their bands as well. Are We missing any other drummer of that time?

I always admired Troy Lucretia the drummer for Tesla, He always had tasteful chops very under-rated IMO.

I also liked Randy Castillo from (Ozzy & Lita Ford), Eric Singer(Black Sabbath,Kiss,Alice Cooper,Badlands & many others) both of those guys were LA session cats back then.

Oh I can't. forget Frankie Banali from Quiet Riot incredible drummer.

To go back too the thread I always liked Mick Brown's set-up for Tooth & Nail (1) 15" tom I believe between 2 bass drums Louie Bellson type of set-up pretty cool.

Keep Swattin'
Bonzolead

Ian Williams 01-13-2010 06:18 PM

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Originally Posted by bonzolead (Post 652323)
I always admired Troy Lucretia the drummer for Tesla, He always had tasteful chops very under-rated IMO.

I leave this one for you, brother...To create a thread on Troy Lucretia. I am going back to listen to The Great Radio Controversy and Acoustical Jam albums by TESLA.

I also liked Randy Castillo from (Ozzy & Lita Ford), Eric Singer(Black Sabbath,Kiss,Alice Cooper,Badlands & many others) both of those guys were LA session cats back then.

If I'm not wrong, I think Randy played sessions for Motley Crue as well.

Oh I can't. forget Frankie Banali from Quiet Riot incredible drummer.

Yes, He is. In fact a started a thread on Frankie Banali...Check and make your comments. In addition, He filled in for WASP for a while.

To go back too the thread I always liked Mick Brown's set-up for Tooth & Nail (1) 15" tom I believe between 2 bass drums Louie Bellson type of set-up pretty cool.

I will check that drum-set picture again!!!

Thanks a lot......Ian

Keep Swattin'
Bonzolead

.....................................A thunder of drums!!!

Jabmb 04-11-2013 10:20 PM

Re: Mick Brown
 
Anybody know the snare Mick Brown
used to record Dokken ?

stitch 04-12-2013 12:53 AM

Re: Mick Brown
 
Ain't it Troy Lucketta instead of Lucretia?? But i agree with you Bonzo, he is under-rated :).

bonzolead 04-12-2013 06:25 PM

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Originally Posted by stitch (Post 1128861)
Ain't it Troy Lucketta instead of Lucretia?? But i agree with you Bonzo, he is under-rated :).

yes i'm sure you're right on the spelling my last name is Smith like anybody ever mis-spelled that..lol..cool drummer regardless.

Bonzolead


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