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Evidence Of Superb Pocket Playing (my opinion)
« on: January 06, 2005, 11:19:46 AM »
hey fellas and ladies,

Here are the list of songs that i think that defines the pocket. Enjoy!

Jeff Davis on "How Much We Can Bear" Hezekiah Walker's Nothin But the Hits cd.
Chris "Daddy" Dave- "He Loves Me" From Kim Burrell's Try Me Again cd.
George "Spanky"McCurdy -"Its Time Now-from Tye Tribbett's "Life" cd
Calvin Rodgers-"Right Here"- John P. Kee's Not Guilty album.
Marvin McQuitty- all songs from the Commisioned Live video-----On the song Help Me 2 Help somebody, Marvin has a nice drive on the Bass Drum thats so simple, it had me going nuts!


One thing I would Like 2 point out, if any you guys seen the Hezekiah Walker Live in London Video, check how they show a small clip from behind the set as Jeff Davis Lays into the song, "To Be Like Jesus".  He is so fluid, and he keeps the bass drum pumping. I just love that guy.

Any way let me hear some of u guys on your choice of songs that define pocket playing!

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« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2005, 03:06:19 PM »
O yea i got some

      1. Calvin Rodgers: "Trouble dont last always"  Bishop Larry Trotter(tell the devil im baC)
      2. Doobie Powell:"Ill keep hodin on" Kim burrell (Everlasting life)
      3. Jeff Davis: "Let Everything" Richard Smallwood(Persuaded in DC)
      4. Marvin Mquitty: P.O.L Chapt 3 "speak those things" Live in Chicago DVD
       5. Terry Baker : Kirk Franklin "rebirth" DVD
       6. Eddie Hayward:James Hall "God is in Control" (THROWWBACC)
       7. Gerald Hayward: Hezakiah Walkers 1st album in DC (ClassiC)
       8. Gerald Hayward: MAry J Blige Tour Cd
chris "Daddy" DAve ROCKS!!!
jesus ROX HARDER!!

BROOKLYN

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« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2005, 05:39:47 PM »
Doobie Powell on Twinkie Clark's Home Once Again...Live album (I love the way he finds  freedom with beat placement.)

Lil' John Roberts with The Rock on Tony Moore & Jehova's Chosen Love Lifted Me album (the man practically did a solo with his hands while his foot
stayed with the bass guitar).

And Pinaro I have to second you on Marvin McQuitty on that DVD. He makes the simplest patterns phat.

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too many to name, but here is whut i got...
« Reply #3 on: January 07, 2005, 10:36:38 AM »
i must give props to Jeremy Haynes ...he always plays with the band...and manages to accent at the right times...check out A Wing & A Prayer Album..by TD Jakes & The Potters House....Jeremy is off the chain...he works it out on Manifest...he also adds good cymbal work... AWESOME pocket....

i also dig Derico Watson...Carter Beauford....Sheryl Harper ( Kurt Carr's Awesome God)..Jeff Davis (rich smallwood)..?uestlove (the roots)..and Clyde Stubblefield "the most sampled drummer" for (James Brown.) groove...ya'll know for simplicity i got to go with Calvin "coon" Napper...

it's all about disciple..and making everyone around you sound good...and that happens when you play as a band.

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« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2005, 08:14:07 AM »
any body else wanna chime in on this subject?....

curious to know.

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« Reply #5 on: January 11, 2005, 08:41:09 AM »
Thanx chrisdavejr and Pinaro. Im going to check out Jeff Davis and Marvin McQuitty.

Personally i really enjoyed Jeremy Haynes on Marvin Sapp Live DVD, "Diary of a Psalmist". Workin with Kevin Bond the whole group did an awesome job on "Lift Those Hands".

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« Reply #6 on: January 14, 2005, 06:14:52 PM »
Joel Smith on all of Love Centers Love Alive 1-5, Tremaine Hawkins Live, and the Edwin Hawkins CD's.  Micheal Nueble is one of my favorites as well

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« Reply #7 on: January 23, 2005, 10:07:27 AM »
tremayne walker - floetry live cd and dvd package

spanky- tye tribbett ( no way, I can make it
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