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I'd Hit That

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Description

In Depth Interviews with Drummers and Other Humans. Follow on Twitter @IdHitThatPod

Customer Reviews

Nice Perspective

Not just about the drums and the drummer. We get insight into the business of music, the psychology of other musicians and in some cases the history and evolution of the drum kit. I learn something new with each listen and they all hold up very well with repeated plays. If I could only ask for one favor it would be to have some more female representation. Allison Miller's perspective on drums/life/etc. was refreshing and a lot of guys (myself included) could learn a lot. Listening to her (and checking out her cd's) opened up some new doors on how I approach the kit. I've checked out everyone represented and really appreciate that more than one genre is represented. Outstanding all around (even the country ones lol)!!!

I'd Hit That

Love This Podcast.

The best.

I've listened to every drumming oriented podcast I could find, and this one is THE best. The format is bare bones, low production value, but high nutritional content. It's like the organic farmer's market of drum podcasts. Each 'cast is centered around one drummer. I hesitate to call them interviews, as it doesn't adhere to a boring Q, A, Q, A, format. They are 'conversations' about drumming, music, and the business. The "host" is not self-serving whatsoever, almost never calls attention to himself, and in fact, never mentions his own name(!) But he is intelligent, knows his stuff, and always gently leads the conversation to philosophical gold country. Mr. Host, whoever you are, please keep doing this podcast!

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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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