Daniel Glass . origin of the "Purdie shuffle"

rdb

Senior Member
Wow, outstanding video. I hadn't seen that one before, and I follow Daniel's work pretty closely. Thanks so much for posting!
 

PQleyR

Platinum Member
Interesting stuff, but I really feel for that cymbal on his right hand side, it looks like most of the excess energy is going into the stand!
 

poika

Silver Member
Interesting stuff, but I really feel for that cymbal on his right hand side, it looks like most of the excess energy is going into the stand!
Funnily enough, this being a Crescent video and all, I wasn't really feeling the cymbal sounds at all.
Playing was really good!
 

Dave_Major

Silver Member
Awesome stuff but superstition being a half time shuffle?

To me it's more reminiscent of Sex Machine which was a couple of years earlier...

anyone else agree?

D
 

drummer girl09

Senior Member
You know he's from Georgia (the south) when he says "yall" ;)

Great video, of course. I love learning anything about the great Purdie. Thanks for the share!
 

tamadrm

Platinum Member
Years ago,when my band decided to learn Jeff Becks "Freeway Jam",off the "Blow By Blow" album..I had to learn that shuffe or actually a slight variation of it.

I came pretty close to most of Richard Baily's drum parts,but not his feel.

Steve B
 
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