Buddy Rich, NYC, New York, 1954  © HERMAN LEONARD. One of the most recognizable drummers of all time, Rich performed with such jazz aristocracy as Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Tommy Dorsey and Gene Krupa. The heir apparent to Krupa’s crown, Rich’s infamous disdain for practice was just further proof of his prodigious talent.

Buddy Rich, NYC, New York, 1954 © HERMAN LEONARD. One of the most recognizable drummers of all time, Rich performed with such jazz aristocracy as Dizzy Gillespie, Louis Armstrong, Tommy Dorsey and Gene Krupa. The heir apparent to Krupa’s crown, Rich’s infamous disdain for practice was just further proof of his prodigious talent.

“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than good job.” #Movies #Whiplash #Oscars

“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than good job.” #Movies #Whiplash #Oscars

Hahaha  love this !!!   I am happily married to my best friend. He is a awesome-kind- funny-loving man & did I mention HOT that too. He is a great drummer !

Hahaha love this !!! I am happily married to my best friend. He is a awesome-kind- funny-loving man & did I mention HOT that too. He is a great drummer !

Ginger Baker—Baker was one-third of ‘60s powerhouse Cream. Possessed of a bombastic, explosive style, Baker’s playing was often overshadowed by guitarist Eric Clapton and bassist Jack Bruce’s equally explosive battles of ego.

Ginger Baker—Baker was one-third of ‘60s powerhouse Cream. Possessed of a bombastic, explosive style, Baker’s playing was often overshadowed by guitarist Eric Clapton and bassist Jack Bruce’s equally explosive battles of ego.

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