Hey what can I say, he still would have been Buddy if he didn't take a solo. It detracted I thought. I don't feel that every note he played has to be revered. Just most of them Doesn't mean I have less respect for him. I just didn't like the treatment the whole band gave the song. The Indian part was unexpected.Jesus, Lar. Next you'll be tellin' me you wished Hendrix had just shut up and strummed!!
It's Buddy man, In the context of that setting (and many others he put himself in, for that matter), he WAS the show.
It was pretty average Buddy Rich, overall. C+I absolutely love hearing a bunch of guys at home on their computers judging Buddy Rich
my dose of comedy for the day.... thanks guys .... nothing at all against you or your opinions... absolutely not.... just funny to me thats all
I still love ya.... even though you are a bunch of silly old codgers
I could be wrong, but it appeared to be the Playboy mansion or something. Don't ask how I know.Skills off the chart, but dance floor killing too. If that was a "faux" party merely to serve Buddy's promo purposes, then great. If that was a real party, & a working party band, that would be his last gig I'm going with the former.