I think I've mentioned in a previous Post that "Drums" are my main instrument. Yes, I'm also a Synthesist but "Rhythms" and "timing placements" of all kinds are interwoven throughout my energies.
While I was skimming through one of my nightly "news digest" sites, I saw a the following title:
Uriah Heep is one of my favorite Bands. Sylvia also likes them. They were a huge influence on my musical taste and Lee Kerslake's drumming style still has a huge impact on the goals I've set for my own drumming character.
Maybe I cried because Lee Kerslake is more of my "Drumming Idol" than I realized and now that he's on the other side of the "Veil', I feel as though I've lost that direct connection I had with his energy… or maybe it's my own laziness that keeps telling myself:
…and now that he's crossed-over, maybe, inside, I feel like my "goal" of learning his technique can never be achieved.
Lee Kerslake is one-of-a-kind.
At least his inspirational drumming style has been captured in the many wonderful recordings that he took the Time to create.
Lee Kerslake, thank you for pointing the way.
(I'm still crying as I write thsi)
Here's the link:
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