One can only hope Are we the only Prairie Prince tragics on the forum? I idolised him in my youth. His drum track on Pimp is such a killer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQqJDFJouYA ... especially his wonderful ideas in the transition at the end of the strings break from about 2:09.KIS got ya thinkin' huh?
Unfunky - I think I see what you mean by the ba-doom thing now. I use that one at times to make up for my rusty, slow unfunky footwork. Hot drummers usually play those 16ths as doo-doom on the kick rather than the snare/kick ba-doom, although the ba-doom has a special flavour and sounded great when played with conviction a la the MFSB track. Love the sax and the vibe of the backing in that track too.Unfunkyffoted said:in the MSFB song, the Ba-Dooomp is playing in the ride out starting at 4:50. it is also played on the previous sections at/ or after about 1:50 2:50 and 3:50. i´m not sure if that is the C section of the song, but alot of the song´s solos are played over that section. 1-2-3-4 Ba-Dooomp-2-3-4. MFSB were the house band of Philadelphia International Records.
If this forum and my keyboard could allow for typed drum notation, some of these conversations would be easier