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Old 06-21-2016, 08:05 PM
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Default James Bradley, Jr. Modern Drummer Interview 1981

SKF NOTE: I just added my full 1981 Modern Drummer interview with drummer James Bradley, Jr. to my blog. Enjoy!

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SKF NOTE: I just added my full 1981 Modern Drummer interview with drummer James Bradley, Jr. to my blog. Enjoy!

Talk about somebody that fell off the face of the earth.

The only Youtube I could find was of him playing in some small club.
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James Bradley, Jr. is like the answer to a great trivia question. Besides playing for Chuck Mangione, he was the drummer for the group Crazy Town that had a hit in 2000 with the pop song Butterfly. He was also one of the kids who helps Luke free from his leg chains and escape the police and the bloodhounds in Cool Hand Luke.
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Old 06-21-2016, 09:15 PM
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He was one of the main drummers during the 70/80īs. Very "popular" at the time (if you were a Jazz Musician).

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