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Old 09-08-2005, 11:48 AM
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Finally i've received my dvd's copy!!!!!!!!
i've waithed more than 3 mounth but they arrived.....

I must say that stanton is amazing!!!!!!!!

Keep on playing like this man ....

GROOOOOVEEEEEE !!!!!!!


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Old 09-08-2005, 11:51 AM
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Finally i've received my dvd's copy!!!!!!!!
i've waithed more than 3 mounth but they arrived.....

I must say that stanton is amazing!!!!!!!!

Keep on playing like this man ....

GROOOOOVEEEEEE !!!!!!!


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The "modern approach" dvd is my favorite!
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Old 09-08-2005, 12:14 PM
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I love it but i love his way of playing ....
so both dvds are great .
the first is funny (i mean i can's stop smiling while listen to that music )the second more funk..

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Old 09-27-2005, 06:10 AM
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Default stanton moore videos

hey this guy is rad. and i love his style and the whole new orleans jazz style but i was wondering if anyone new a site to find videos of him playing gigs and stuff like that. thanks in advance
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Old 09-27-2005, 08:36 AM
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hey this guy is rad. and i love his style and the whole new orleans jazz style but i was wondering if anyone new a site to find videos of him playing gigs and stuff like that. thanks in advance
His two DVD's are superb. I prefer the "modern" approach overall.
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Old 09-27-2005, 07:47 PM
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hey this guy is rad. and i love his style and the whole new orleans jazz style but i was wondering if anyone new a site to find videos of him playing gigs and stuff like that. thanks in advance
Try: www.tipitinas.com (artists, bands, Galactic or GAT)
www.galacticfunk.com
www.garageatrois.com
www.vicfirth.com (search for his artist feature its an interview and him playing)

and, of course www.drummerworld.com.

I like the modern approach more, its more fun and slap happy etc. but the trad approach is really really good too. I wish I could get some o those songs onto my i pod to play along with.
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Old 09-27-2005, 10:03 PM
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thank you very much and im gonna buy his dvds soon. if you find a place to get songs for your ipod tell me i want some too. peace
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Old 09-27-2005, 10:34 PM
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Get all of Galactic's cd's. They make my day...and move my feet. DAMN good music!
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Old 09-27-2005, 10:42 PM
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Stanton Moore is one of my favorite drummers out there right now. He has such an awesome and fun groove, plus he's probably one of the nicest cats you'll ever meet. I had the oppurtunity of seeing Galatic live a few years ago and wow...just..wow. That HAS to be the most fun music to play ever!
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Old 10-02-2005, 06:41 AM
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Default "Sprung Monkey" is one of the funkiest beats in exsistence...

Right behind the half-time shuffle! Anybody know where I can find a tab?
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Old 10-02-2005, 06:49 AM
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Default Re: "Sprung Monkey" is one of the funkiest beats in exsistence...

If you get his dvd (the modern one) he explains the stickings. I own it but havent watched it in a long time so i kinda forget. But I do remember that it starts with the left hand if that helps hehe

ill check the dvd next chance i have (probably monday) and I'll get back to ya

I love his fills in that song too. Especially the one with the flams between tom and snare, really great phrasing!
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Old 10-02-2005, 03:19 PM
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he looks like a really cool drummer. i love his feel when he plays.
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Old 10-06-2005, 08:36 PM
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Get all of Galactic's cd's. They make my day...and move my feet. DAMN good music!
I fell in love with Galactic last day of Jazzfest OUTSIDE at the old Mermaid about nine years ago. They're certainly top-five among the bands I've loved most in New Orleans the last 16 years.

So -- imagine my surprise when I find that Stanton Moore's giving a drum clinic here in Tulsa last night at The Music Store. ???

The clinic must have been an abridged version of his DVDs ... still, you don't know how it did my heart good to see him and hear him and enjoy myriad riffs from signaturely New Orleans sounds. I'm terribly homesick for my corner at Frenchmen and Chartres.

I got his Kooked album back when I realized he was at Fog City with Papa Mali, Robert Walter, MOFRO, et al. I'm tempted to get the DVDs for my Dad's birthday even though he doesn't actually play drums. When he heard I was going last night, he ticked off all these percussionists he'd loved back in the day (his father was bandleader and drummer 20s-50s), most of whom Moore mentioned at one point or another last night.

Sounds like the musicians really like the DVDs ... judging by the responses he got from the audience last night, I'm not surprised.

I'm wondering if they're so good they might be fun for someone like my Dad or me or whether another of his albums might be best for his birthday present. Couldn't hurt to have a CD of Kooked ... left my record at home.


All in all ... after last night and cruising the net today, I'm really pumped (but not surprised) to see how successful and well-known Moore's become. Sounds like Johnny's advice to hit the road rather than get stuck for good in our beloved city has held him in good stead. He put on such a great symposium last night ... the technical details and some of the vocab were over my head but his history and demos and personal details made for most entertaining evening.

I don't know if he does this sort of thing all the time but anyone who ever has the opportunity to attend one of these sessions is missing a bet if they don't go.
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Old 10-06-2005, 08:39 PM
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I really do like Moore a lot. His style is very versatile and he always has a good groove going. I think his playing is so ideal because he doesn't do a lot of flashy fills but he has great pocket grooves he does.

He talked about that ... how simple and sweet were some of his go-to grooves.

"Like getting to know even more about a girl you love already ... hey! you do that too?!? Cool!"
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Old 10-06-2005, 08:40 PM
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the set list was long enough to prove that Stanton is one of the most versatile drummers alive.

As was the couple hour symposium last night ... I was stunned. You really take some of these guys and what they're doing for granted sometimes.

Well ... not really, but you know what I mean.
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Old 11-11-2005, 12:29 PM
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Does anybody know what is Stanton's teacher J.Vidacovich playing? I mean only the drum kit not the cymbals. Sorry for putting the question here, but Vidacovich doesn't seem to be popular on this forum;).
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Old 11-24-2005, 05:03 PM
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can't say drummerworld's lacking in videos, but why are there only 2 videos of Stanton? Would be nice to see him playing, for example, on MD Festival 2001 or on PASIC 2005... Bernhard, if you're reading this... think about it ;).
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Old 11-24-2005, 09:11 PM
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I would also like to see more vids of Stanton, although I have the dvd's and just can;t stop watching them!
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Old 11-24-2005, 09:57 PM
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To make things clear, I have the same problem with those dvd's - I just can't get enough of watching them:). And that's the point - I WANT MORE !!!:P
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Old 01-23-2006, 11:53 PM
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Hey folks, glad to see there's a good healthy thread on this man, absolutely great player.
Just wanted to say that I downloaded his Live in Chicago mp3's (3 disk album) from his website, and it is amazing!! Only $10.49 (or about £6 to us UK residents) for 15 tracks of brilliant stuff including a funky cover/medley of Good Times Bad Times/War Pigs! As well as the aforementioned Sprung Monkey.
I love it!
Hats of to Stanton the mighty!
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Old 01-24-2006, 02:38 AM
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Blimey O'Reilly - just got my ears round Galactic's 'Hamp's Hump' -- ooh that's a badass groove!
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Old 01-27-2006, 03:29 AM
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I heard him on a sweet song,

"Sprung Monkey"
i think it was on drummerworld
it is a rad song!
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Old 01-27-2006, 10:51 PM
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anyone else read his rythm magazine interveiw. it was very good, but better than that was an awsome picture of him playing. i know this is said about tons of drummers, but i am being dead serious when i say ths. you could not see his arms. they were just gone. thats how much effort and groove he was putting in. one of the funkiest drummers i've seen, and i've only ever seen short clips of him.
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Old 01-29-2006, 03:05 PM
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the video of him playing with sprung monkey on drummerworld is so cool!
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Old 01-29-2006, 04:06 PM
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i love his sound... he is so unique
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Old 02-01-2006, 06:12 AM
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I see this guy all over MD and never heard him play
I will check out some videos of him now
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Old 02-01-2006, 06:41 PM
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Stanton's pocket is so deep - it hangs to the knees.
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Stanton is an icredible drummer!!! I love his style, full of good emotions...since I`ve seen his videos I wanna have a little Gretsch with jazz cymbals...
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Stanton is an icredible drummer!!! I love his style, full of good emotions...since I`ve seen his videos I wanna have a little Gretsch with jazz cymbals...
Hee hee... and that is just exactly what I did!
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Does any of you have an idea how did he play the beat in Things Fall Apart starting 2:41 ??? (drum'n'bass somethin')
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mann i always knew stanton could really groove (and play too you see hints of something more in little bits of his dvd)

and then i got a galactic cd today

absolutely amazing. i'm floored!
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Default Stanton Moore

this guy is one of my favorite drummers of all time, I love his style and how its so unique to the world of drumming today. what do you guys think of him? has he influenced anyone else like he has me?


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Old 03-05-2006, 06:54 AM
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i finally got moore into stanton moore (hehe), and his new influence has really elevated my own playing. get some Galactic cds (Ruckus and Vintage Reserve are great). he added that missing funk and concentration on groove i was missing

oh yeah and do a search before starting a new thread. the real stanton moore thread is halfway down the page, and i think i was the last one to post on it.
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Stanton Moore is one of my favourite drummers of all time. I love his playing! Groovy, funky, deeeeeeeeeep pocket. I have both of his dvd's and his book. Amazing....simply amazing!
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Old 03-05-2006, 09:11 AM
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Yes Stanton Moore is the STUFF! But I keep seeing words like "deep pocket" and "unique". While I AM NOT an awesome drummer there ARE drummers doing the same thing in bands called "jam bands". I have been in jam bands all of my musical career and a lot of my peers are doing close to/if not the same kinda funk/jazz/rag stuff that Stanton does. I am NOT knocking Stanton at all, his delivery and timing are incredible even though I saw a few flubs at the shows I went to, we all flub somewhere. And yes he has inspired me to become a better drummer but the fact is others are doing the same and are just not as famous. Please dont blast me for my opinion....

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Old 03-05-2006, 06:19 PM
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while i do take your point on board, and wholeheartedly agree that jamband drummers do deserve more recognition you have to understand that Stanton is in a league of his own making.

This guy was born and bred on new orleans stuff. so what? there are loads of classy new orleans drummers. this is true but if you look at his dvds you see how totally immersed and well versed in many different styles/genres this guy is and how he's able to mix em all up and make them so unique. I could not have mor erespect for him even on an intellectual basis because of his vast knowledge of so many styles and his ablitily to incorporate them so easily into his playing.

Not meaning to offend just saying, that's what i think differentiates him from so many other jamband drummers.
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Breadmonkey, I respect your opinion and thanx for not blasting mine...You rock!!
Yet never forget Mickey Hart or Bill Kreutzmann who together as a team are unstopable yet as singular drummers are still well versed in many rythms and techniques. Also there is Louie Bellson who IS one of the best on the planet who even filled in for Buddy Richs' band when buddy fell ill, he can play any signature in any time frame he decides. Also, it IS hard to impress me as a drummer because I have heard alot of music from different eras and some of the guys who are the founding fathers of modern drumming are just so darn good and well versed in their instrument as well as styles and genre. I am just too darn hard to impress, sorry....

BUT,
Yes he is quick at his decision making when it comes to changing up on his patterns and I liked the band, Galatic, as a whole so I caught 3 shows and bought some cd's.

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Old 03-08-2006, 06:54 AM
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I just got the Corrosion of Conformity CD with SM on it: In the Arms of God.

His playing reminds me a lot os Black Sabbath's Bill Ward, ie very much in the groove without too much flash.

The last minute or two oif Paranoid Opoid are just incredible, it's like he switches to some other time signature while the band carries on with 4/4 goes way off and eventually swivels back around - amazing!
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Old 03-14-2006, 01:10 AM
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Stanton Moore's book and CD TAKE IT TO THE STREETS contains a whole section on LLRLRLRR with a break down of the main feel of Sprung Monkey, and many more cool sticking variations for lots of other beats. Well worth the $$.
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Old 03-14-2006, 01:28 AM
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You know... that's pretty simple thing. As it was said, you use the LLRLRLRR sticking while playing left hand on a drum situated left of the snare drum: pandeiro (like Stanton does) or just a floor tom (like I'm doin' ;)). Right plays snare drum on the second R and the rest R's are hi-hats or cowbell.To be precise, you play bass drum like that:
L L R L R L R R L L R L R L R R There ya go! ;)
B.............. B...... B........... (B)
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