Originally Posted by finnhiggins
For a recent recording, check out the Les Claypool-fronted "Oysterhead" CD.
i'm not sure it was claypool fronting it, i think all three of them brought a fair bit of the crowd in. copeland, claypool, and trey anastasio.
that was a great cd - a little strange, but fantastic playing, especially by stewart.
he's one of those drummers whose style is really and truly unique. very few people can play a beat and leave out a backbeat at random times without it sounding completely wrong - and no one can do it like he can.
not to mention, of course, his phenomenal hi hat work.
definitely a drummer worth studying and listening to.