Bassist John Lee & Drummer Gerry Brown were as tight as a frogs a** when it comes to a rhythmic duo laying down funk/fusion back in the 70's. There isn't anything I have heard with these two gents on it that I don't dig. Gerry is a player who integrates both the top and bottom of the kit in his grooves. He is balanced to serve the music as a drummer should. Now many years later, their stuff is pretty obscure and you will have a hard time seeking it out on CD or even MP3 downloads. But the vinyl is out there if you want to dig in. If you are into great music check out these albums: John Lee & Gerry Brown: Infinite Jones 1973, Mango Sunrise 1975, Still Can't Get Enough 1976, Chaser 1979. Danny Toan - Bigfoot 1979, Stu Goldberg - Fancy Glance 1979, Toto Blanke -Spider's Dance 1975. These albums have some of the best drumming on them to hear fluidity between the top & bottom of the kit and are worthy of any serious drummers attention. If you dig Gerry, right on!