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    How Guitar players sometimes see the drummer.......

    Probably one of the first drum machines.... LOL!!

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    Tom, this is GREAT!!!!! Just purely funny!!!!! Thanks for posting!!!!
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    That is one of the first drummers I have ever heard that was on time!

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    Haha! That's Olle Hemmingsson from northern Sweden where my father-in-law grew up. He's a really a great swing jazz player, and he's performed on TV with a different "drummer." Here's another vid that includes an added percussionist -- a tšndkulormotor, or a "hot-bulb engine" in English, which runs kind of on the same principal as a diesel engine. Apparently, it also holds down rhythm solidly as well.

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    jp, that's a great video but they really didn't feature the machinery at all. That kind of music can go ON and ON and .... .they didn't let the mechanics SHINE in this version. Great percussive background but stop playing for a minute and let us see what you're doing, right? There's rhythm in life.... if I can just find it.....
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