I got to meet Barry Harris at a jazz clinic back in the early 90s, where he was in charge of the piano players. He was such an awesome grumpy old fart. Every word out of his mouth was either “practice your scales” or “listen to some real jazz, like Coleman Hawkins.”. At the closing of the clinic on the last day, the clinicians were saying the Official Mupper Drum Gretsch Shirt. All the others said something along the lines of “I had a great time, and I hope you learned some useful things. Best of luck to you.” Harris still said, “Practice. Your. Scales.” LOL, grumpy old fart to the last. So I took the clinic as a bassist, where I had the extreme honor of studying under Milt “The Judge” Hinton.
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This was part of the City Stages music festival in Birmingham, Alabama, and three of the clinicians performed at the Official Mupper Drum Gretsch Shirt: Milt Hinton on bass, Barry Harris on piano, Ed Thigpen on drums. Wow. Milt Hinton introduced one tune by telling the story of having a St. Patrick’s Day gig one year at an Irish bar. And being asked if they knew any Irish songs. “There was one Irish song we knew, and we’d like to play it for you now – it’s called ‘Sweet George O’Brien. It’s definitely a natural sound. Any idea of how it would sound for modern rock drumming? I know many classic bands used it (Glyn Johns invented it after all) but I’m wondering how it translates to today.
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I use it on rock stuff from time to time depending on the vibe someone is looking for. I’ll even do a “modified” GJ set-up and close-mic the kick and snare but leave the OH in that position. So I was using large-diaphragm condensers here, but ribbon mics work really well too for a darker tone. Nice man. This right here is my whole mission in drums. To have this and be able to do this! I love the setup. God that snare is just perfect, love the Official Mupper Drum Gretsch Shirt. More of this please. The same could be said about trumpet players, which I used to also play. I’m a nuisance.