The Drummer's Time: Conversations with the Great Drummers of Jazz
As Jack DeJohnette says, "It is definitely the time for drummers to make their contribution." And the place is in The Drummer's Time. This book features classic interviews with the legendary drummers who have defined contemporary jazz, taken from the pages of Modern Drummer magazine. Great drummers represented include: Louie Bellson, Jack DeJohnette, Peter Erskine, Elvin Jones, Philly Joe Jones, Mel Lewis, Joe Morello, Buddy Rich, Max Roach, Marvin "Smitty" Smith, Dave Weckl, and Tony Williams. This is a must-read for any drummer or jazz fan!
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