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Old 05-17-2006, 06:13 AM
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Default Keith Carlock Website - Gear Giveaway: Yamaha/Zildjian/FMP/DW, etc...

Hi Guys!

KeithCarlock.com has just launched their 2006 Gear Giveaway!

Thanks to everyone at Yamaha, Zildjian, DW, Factory Metal Percussion,
RhythmTech, DrumFun.com, Regal Tip and Remo, we're pleased to announce
the start of our 2006 Gear Giveaway! If you're already subscribed to
Keith's newsletter, you're already entered!

For complete details, images and rules, please visit our Giveaway Page:
http://www.keithcarlock.com/giveaway2006.htm

Winners will be announced on September 5, 2006.

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Our Grand Prize Winner will receive each of these great items:


- A one-hour lesson with Keith in New York City

- Set of 5 Zildjian A CustomSeries Cymbals

- Yamaha Brass Picolo Snare Drum and Clickstation

- DW 9000-Series Bass Drum Pedal with Case, Hoodie and Baseball Cap

- Remo's Coated Ambassador Pro Pak, Remo T-shirt, Remo Baseball hat &
12 Remo stickers

- 12 Pairs of Keith's Signature Drumsticks from Regal Tip and Regal Tip
Stick Bag, T-Shirt, Baseball Cap, Lanyard and Keychain

- Factory Metal Percussion 10" Cross Crasherz and 10" Celtic Bell

- Laptop Practice pad with Case, a Skratcher, a set of 3 Canz, and
Volumes 1, 2 and 3 of "Turn It Up and Lay it Down" play along CDs from
RhythmTech and DrumFun.com


Nine runners-up will also receive some great gear.



Check out the Giveaway Page to view the various prize packages:
http://www.keithcarlock.com/giveaway2006.htm

Thanks - hope you can stop by and enter!!
http://www.keithcarlock.com
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Old 05-17-2006, 06:23 AM
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Hi Guys!

Great comments on Keith here.. Very cool. If you are interested in talking to him, he routinely replies to messages on his board....

Here's some news that might be of interest - -

KeithCarlock.com has just launched their 2006 Gear Giveaway!

Thanks to everyone at Yamaha, Zildjian, DW, Factory Metal Percussion,
RhythmTech, DrumFun.com, Regal Tip and Remo, we're pleased to announce
the start of our 2006 Gear Giveaway! If you're already subscribed to
Keith's newsletter, you're already entered!

For complete details, images and rules, please visit our Giveaway Page:
http://www.keithcarlock.com/giveaway2006.htm

Winners will be announced on September 5, 2006.

==================================================

Our Grand Prize Winner will receive each of these great items:


- A one-hour lesson with Keith in New York City

- Set of 5 Zildjian A CustomSeries Cymbals

- Yamaha Brass Picolo Snare Drum and Clickstation

- DW 9000-Series Bass Drum Pedal with Case, Hoodie and Baseball Cap

- Remo's Coated Ambassador Pro Pak, Remo T-shirt, Remo Baseball hat &
12 Remo stickers

- 12 Pairs of Keith's Signature Drumsticks from Regal Tip and Regal Tip
Stick Bag, T-Shirt, Baseball Cap, Lanyard and Keychain

- Factory Metal Percussion 10" Cross Crasherz and 10" Celtic Bell

- Laptop Practice pad with Case, a Skratcher, a set of 3 Canz, and
Volumes 1, 2 and 3 of "Turn It Up and Lay it Down" play along CDs from
RhythmTech and DrumFun.com


Nine runners-up will also receive some great gear.



Check out the Giveaway Page to view the various prize packages:
http://www.keithcarlock.com/giveaway2006.htm

Thanks - hope you can stop by and enter!!
www.keithcarlock.com
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Old 05-17-2006, 07:25 AM
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Another North Texas stand-out I might add ;-)
Hear hear! He was at UNT in October and WOW! He tore the house down. He pretty much played a 45 minute solo and totally killed. I don't think Ed Soph's kit made it through (which he was using).
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Old 05-17-2006, 07:44 PM
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Shhhhhhhhhhhhh!!! I am already entered and I want to keep the odds good. :)
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Old 05-18-2006, 04:14 AM
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Keith is also on the cover of a couple magazines this month, featured in several others including:







This month's Modern Drummer has an interview with Donald Fagen on Steely Dan's drummers which has some nice comments about Keith too. Next month's MD has an update piece on Keith.

And in coming months, he's interviewed in:


- Rhythm Magazine (UK)
- Recording Magazine (USA)
- Bateristas Al Sur (Argentina)
- Traps Magazine (USA) [September's inaugural issue of a new drum magazine from the folks at DRUM!]
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Old 05-18-2006, 04:38 AM
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I'm hoping to be seeing him with Steely Dan on September 2.
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Old 05-18-2006, 04:50 AM
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This month's Modern Drummer has an interview with Donald Fagen on Steely Dan's drummers which has some nice comments about Keith too. Next month's MD has an update piece on Keith.
Unfortunately, the update is really just one of those ask a pro questions, and its only concerning his gear! I would really love to read an actual interview of Keith, so maybe I should look into those other magazines, huh?
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Old 05-18-2006, 08:56 AM
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Unfortunately, the update is really just one of those ask a pro questions, and its only concerning his gear! I would really love to read an actual interview of Keith, so maybe I should look into those other magazines, huh?

Are you sure? I was told that there was an actual interview in addition to the "Ask A Pro" thing, but I'll have to check...

The text from the DRUMMER UK interview will be on Keith's site soon...

And, of course, if you post a question on his message board, he's pretty good about replying...

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Old 05-18-2006, 04:46 PM
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I saw him with Sting too. It is like fireworks when he plays a fill. Great use of the dynamics range.
I always thought the first qualification to play with Sting is you must own a splash cymbal. But he didn't :-)
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Old 05-18-2006, 05:11 PM
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Yeah, I love Keith's playing. I was fortunate enough to attend a clinic he did a few months ago. He is a really down to earth guy who really hits very hard! I told my buddy he reminded me of a cross between Stewart Copeland and John Bohnam when he plays (visually). The clinic was more like a hang than a clinic and it was really a lot of fun. I'm going to see him playing with Steely Dan in August... can't wait!
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Old 05-19-2006, 03:24 AM
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Hi again -

I just checked and there is, as was mentioned above, an 'Ask A Pro' item in the upcoming Modern Drummer. There will be an update piece/interview with Keith, which I guess is in the August or September issue... it'll talk about his work and the 14-minute solo video on his site which has been downloaded over 250,000 times so far....

Also just heard that Keith has been named "Runner Up" in the Modern Drummers 2006 Readers Poll "All Around" category... right behind Vinnie!!

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Old 06-18-2006, 08:13 AM
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Hi Everyone -

Just a quick update on Keith Carlock & his website's gear giveaway...

He is about to go out on tour with Steely Dan (w/Michael McDonald), and was voted #2 Best All-Around in Modern Drummers Readers Poll... not too shabby!

The giveaway on his website is getting a lot of attention (thanks Bernhard for featuring it on the front of the site!) -

http://www.keithcarlock.com/giveaway2006.htm

We've just added ten copies of the Modern Drummer Fest 2005 DVD to the prize collection...

There are interviews in various magazines inluding a cover story in Japan's RHYTHM & DRUMS, which contains 10+ pages of interviews, commentary, transcription and photos.

France's BATTEUR Magazine also ran a cover story on Keith. BATTEUR includes a bonus audio and video CD of Keith's 14-minute drum solo from the Toronto Drum Festival, which you can view on Keith's website's video page.

This month's DRUMMER (UK ) has a feature interview with Keith, "Mississippi To Manhattan," which discusses Keith's beginnings, his recording and touring with Sting, Steely Dan, Donald Fagen, Wayne Krantz, Leni Stern and Oz Noy.

Also in print is last month's Modern Drummer with a feature on Donald Fagen commenting on thirty years of Steely Dan drummers. This month's issue has an "Ask the Pro" feature, and next month's issue will include an Artist Update piece with Keith.

In the coming months, Keith will be interviewed in the following publications:
- Rhythm Magazine (UK)
- Recording Magazine (USA)
- Bateristas Al Sur (Argentina)
- Traps Magazine (USA) [September's inaugural issue of a new drum magazine from the folks at DRUM!]

Anyway, thanks for reading and for the interest!

RS
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Old 08-13-2006, 04:42 PM
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Got to see Keith last night and man can he play!!!

Simply incredible.
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Old 09-01-2006, 03:28 PM
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I am surprised more people haven't commented on the SD tour. I guess that is a function of the average age of the forum posters and that SD mostly appeal to older folks/musicians/stoners and audiophiles! There was another thread (somewhere), which lasted about a day, abut the tour but really not very much comment>

The only reason I am surprised is that Keith's playing was phenomenal. It was all him and his pocket was so deep he was wallowing in the lint. His solos's were fantastic - never losing the groove - while consistently playing over the bar line. He has clearly become a favorite of Walt and Don and they indulge him more than any drummer I have seen play with SD.

So, if you saw the tour - am I wrong?

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Old 09-07-2006, 03:04 AM
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I saw them on labor day in St. Louis with michael mcdonald and it was great. Fagen is an absolute nut, too. I'm curious about Keith's technique, he seems to have some kinda finger thing going on his left hand, it would be interesting to see him in clinic.
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Old 09-07-2006, 03:35 AM
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I too think it is an age thing Paul.

I am 43 and grew up on both SD and the Doobies.

The show was as good as I have seen in a long time.

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Old 09-08-2006, 04:03 AM
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Keith Carlock is one of my favorite drummers. Hes a monster behind his kit. From what I hear he plays 7 1/2 x 10 and an 8 x 10 toms.
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Old 09-08-2006, 06:50 AM
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really tasteful like Vinnie C- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtZ0G94gdDA
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really tasteful like Vinnie C- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtZ0G94gdDA
Fantastic clip.....
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Old 11-12-2006, 04:24 AM
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What jonescrusher said.
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Old 11-23-2006, 05:32 AM
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I saw him at PASIC and he played a killer 45 minute drum solo
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Old 11-24-2006, 02:24 AM
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I first heard him play at Modern Drummer Festival 2005 DVD, with Wayne Krantz, and he impressed me very much. He has Tony Williams-like approach to drumset with powerful bass-drum kicks, and a deeeeeeeeeep grooooooooooove.
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Old 11-26-2006, 11:36 PM
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First of all, my favorite drummer was, is, and probably always will be, Tony Williams. A couple weeks ago I was talking to one of my drummer buddies and mentioned how much I admired Keith Carlock. He said he did not care for Keith. I was totally blown away. How could you NOT like Keith Carlock's playing. Great technique, excellent musicality, stupendous dynamics, etc. etc. etc. on and on. Even though I am a drummer, I often get bored with drum solos. However, when viewing Keith's Toronto 15 minute solo I was never bored. Instead, I was totally captivated. No doubt, Keith is one of my favorite "new" drummers. I also am quite fond of Staton Moore.
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Old 11-27-2006, 04:35 AM
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I saw him at PASIC and he played a killer 45 minute drum solo
yeah...I was there also.
Excellent clinic.


I love how not only does he tilt his snare to facilitate his traditional grip, but his floor toms as well.


Keith is a fantastic musician & drummer.
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Old 12-31-2006, 04:45 PM
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Some of you may have seen this post http://drummerworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=22093which contains a video of an awesomely talented young bass player I knew in LA. As I said there, she's just recorded her first album with Keith Carlock on drums. Check out this photo of the band. Everyone looks composed and happy except Carlock who's staring like a mad man and dripping with sweat. You can tell he's been rawking out - I love it!
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Old 03-19-2007, 02:10 PM
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I watched Keith play at the Big Bang festival in Enschede, the Netherlands. I also watched the videoshere on drummerworld and compared to that, I havent heard much new stuff, he played pretty much the same as on those videos. It was awesome though, he was working together with 4 other drummers, Glen Velez was one of them. They made some awesome music there!
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Old 05-16-2007, 03:43 PM
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As many of you know Keith is off on tour with Steely Dan right now and is travelling across the US and into Europe and then Japan and Australia. For thos of you who have never seen the Dan or Keith - GO!

I saw SD in Clearwater, Florida last night. As usual it was a lesson in musical perfection, restraint, taste and talent. During the song Aja, Keith built up to the first solo , just got into it and dropped a stick! While it put him off some of the chops he was intending to perform, he played through it with consummate skill and there was never a hint of lost time or any awkwardness. A wry smile crossed his lips and he went back into the verse. I felt sorry for him because Aja is clearly his big moment - but he made up for it on the second solo of the song where he appeared to pull out an extra trick or two to make up for the first.

On the whole, it just made me like him more.

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Old 07-06-2007, 03:01 PM
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Saw Steely Dan last night. KC may have an unusual set up and a strange right hand but can he ever play!! A fantastic performer who clearly got the recognition from the crowd that he deserved with the biggest response from the audience when Walter Becker introduced the superb band.
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Old 07-16-2007, 12:09 PM
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its rick marotta on josie! His drums + an overdubbed trash can lid for the buzzy snare hit.

I too was raised on 'royal scam & aja' and was a big fan of purdie, marotta, keltner- the 'deep pocket guys'.
Carlock seems to be a modern version of these players, who never subverts the groove at the expense of a 'monster, over-the-bar, lighting bolt, inverted fill, or self-indulgent sub-divisions.
The fact that they are there, if you listen carefully, is even more amazing.

This summer, I had the incredible pleasure of seeing SD n Carlock live in NYC at the beacon theater, a 15 year old chilhood dream come true.

As for Carlock, not a note was too much, or too little, or too anything!

Its nice that todays drum frontiers are being led not only by the chop- miestersPortnoys, Adlers, Colauitas, and Weckls of the world..., but also by the pocket kings, Carlock, Gavin Harrison, Bennny Grebb, Rodney Holmes etc.
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Old 07-17-2007, 03:45 AM
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i would love to see steely dan with keith carlock playing.
i saw them in 1996 with ricky lawson, one of the best gigs ive ever seen.
it was an honour to have seen cornelius bumpus play sax live too.
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Old 07-24-2007, 03:41 PM
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hee fans ,id love to see Keith play as well,here in the Netherlands...

not in concert but in an jamsession kind of way...
there are plenty of jamsessions overhere,but not as many talented for'n drummers that attend...


so Keith......
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Old 07-24-2007, 03:45 PM
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its rick marotta on josie! His drums + an overdubbed trash can lid for the buzzy snare hit.

I think its Keltner on Josie - check, but I think I am right!! Marotta plays on Peg.

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Old 07-26-2007, 06:05 PM
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I think its Keltner on Josie - check, but I think I am right!! Marotta plays on Peg.

Paul
Paul - You are correct. Boy, I sure wish SD would get around to my neck of the woods. Keith Carlock is my favorite present day player and I totally love every facet of his drumming!
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Old 07-26-2007, 06:14 PM
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Having been lucky enough to see him with SD a couple of weeks ago I will be seeing him again in another couple along with Omar Hakim at Drumfest in Northampton. Should be great.
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Old 08-06-2007, 12:52 AM
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First thing is first: Steely Dan is the greatest rock/jazz/commerical whatever band to have ever existed.

Second- Keith Carlock sure is an awesome drummer.

My only complaint about him is that he's a little too repetitive to me. I appreciate the emphasis on pocket/groove/touch/ and taste, but when it comes to soloing, after you've heard him a couple times, it's the same thing everytime. You know what I mean? It seems like he just has two ideas:the 2ndline/funk grooves and that double strokes/kick fill. And he'll pull that out be it jazz or rock.

Thoughts?
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Old 08-06-2007, 12:55 AM
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I agree with that actually, I saw him live once and it was great, but he did the same thing he always seems to do. He's still on my favourite drummers list though.
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Old 08-06-2007, 07:28 AM
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Paul - You are correct. Boy, I sure wish SD would get around to my neck of the woods. Keith Carlock is my favorite present day player and I totally love every facet of his drumming!
you both right. me wrong! Keltner it is!
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Old 08-09-2007, 03:46 PM
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A couple of pics from a clinic in Northampton last night. KC is just an awesome drummer with huge amounts of passion and skill. He played an improvised solo, a piece from his Rudder album and fabulous piece with a backing track of some Oz Noy guitar. I could watch him all day long.
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Wish I could get into the head of KC. It's so refreshing to hear a guy who has a fresh approach to playing music. He's like a really good chess player...
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Old 10-12-2007, 05:32 PM
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Keith will be taking over the drum throne from Steve Gadd and joining James Taylor on his West Coast tour. This will be the third major artist that Keith has toured with and each one is renowned for having incredible drummers. Steely Dan's touring drummers are well known and include Dennis Chambers, Pete Erskine, Ricky Lawson and Jeff Porcaro. Sting's past touring drummers include Omar Hakim, Vinnie and Josh Freese. James Taylor has toured with Gadd, Carlos Vega, Steve Jordan and Russ Kunkel.

This is a great testament to Keith. Can anyone else think of any drummer who has hit such heights so relatively early in their career.

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