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Drumming

An incomplete collection of music I've been involved with since 2000.

General Overview

2006-2009 Whiskey Bon Bon - Tokyo
2004 Grandmaster - Tokyo
2003 Grandmaster - Tokyo
STOMAC - Tokyo
2002 The Little Philly Thing - Philadelphia
Big Breakfast - Philadelphia
Boy in Static - Philadelphia
2001 STOMAC - Tokyo
2000 The Cosbys - Boston

The Songs

Whiskey Bon Bon
Sugawara Toshi - poetry; Takshita - hammond; Nakamura - alto, saprano; Kaizan - tenor

A mix of jazz, beat poetry, dirty rock and humor. All of these recorded between December 2005 and April 2008.


Grandmaster
Takanari - vocals; Yosuke - organ, composition; Kuma - bass; Hana, Megu, Nono, Miho - chorus; Max - guitar

Recordings from live gigs around Tokyo. Since the group ended: Yosuke has been doing song writing for Sony. Max has been touring with Wi-nds (Japanese boy-band) and is scheduled to debut with his own group (Dandelion) in August 2006.

Boy in Static
Alex Chen - vocals, guitar; Matt Rao - bass

The drums for Epilogue were recorded in a tiny room in the basement of some shack on campus in Philadelphia. One mic, strung from the ceiling. A bass, snare, hi-hat and ride. Headphones with a click-track. One take.
   Alex has been busy. Related sites: boyinstatic.com, bullyfull.tv.

The Little Philly Ecperiment
Jessie - guitar; Tei - vocals, organ

Some basement Philly recordings from 2002.

STOMAC
Ta2 - vocals, guitar; Takesen - bass

(1-3) Recorded in a studio in Kichijoji in Spring 2001.

The Cosbys
Chris Mccottry - vocals; Ted Hine - sax; Chaz - sax; Pete O'Neil - bass; Paul - guitar;

Recorded in 2000 at a small studio on Harvard campus over the weekend.

Feb 20, '09
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An Open Tibet: 30 / 30

 

30 of 30 from the Open Tibet series.


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Feb 19, '09
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An Open Tibet: 29 / 30

 

29 of 30 from the Open Tibet series.


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Feb 18, '09
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An Open Tibet: 28 / 30

 

28 of 30 from the Open Tibet series.


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