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Old 01-11-2010, 05:51 PM
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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.

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Old 01-12-2010, 05:17 PM
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Very under rated solid player. I lifted many a lick from him in my younger days.
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Old 01-12-2010, 05:26 PM
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He has not received the right recognition for drumming, but We are highlighting his work, in present.....thanks!
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Old 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

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Old 01-12-2010, 11:24 PM
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Remarkable drummers and their bands as well. Are We missing any other drummer of that time?
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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.

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Old 01-13-2010, 06:18 PM
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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

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Old 04-11-2013, 10:20 PM
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Anybody know the snare Mick Brown
used to record Dokken ?
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Old 04-12-2013, 12:53 AM
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Ain't it Troy Lucketta instead of Lucretia?? But i agree with you Bonzo, he is under-rated :).
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Old 04-12-2013, 06:25 PM
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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.

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