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Great drummer shit book Passed off as ghost written autobiography but with not even the slightest attempt to get a voice anywhere near Prudie s bogged down with Wikipedia fluff and boring stories of upbringing and then the important stuff all that music from The World s Most Recorded Drummer is glossed over Insulting to the legacy And just really bad writing too Thoroughly disappointing. Clearly not written by Purdie himself, but seemly just a flushed out ghost text of the informative and extensive reprint of an interview in the back of the book, it s an overall very disappointing read The most recorded session drummer in the business, hours and hours shoulder to shoulder with some of the greatest musicians of the 70s, and not one interesting anecdote Someone should sit down with Mr Purdie an intensive interview, that would make a book. We received an autographed copy of this at our daughter s wedding in October, 2014, from Bernard Purdy himself, who was at the drums in the band playing at the wedding reception Not being into drummers, his was not a name I was familiar with Apparently, Bernard Purdie is the world s most recorded drummer , having performed and recorded with artists across the musical spectrum, such as Pearl Bailey, Tony Bennett, Claude Bolling, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillepsie, Nat King Cole, Sam Cooke, Aretha Franklin Michael Jackson, and Willie Nelson, to name just a few Purdie s story begins with his boyhood in Maryland, taking us through his beginnings as a drummer for the local big band, to his big break in New York, and his subsequent success in recording studios venues across the country Except for his boyhood, very little is revealed about his personal life, but there is an abundance of anecdotes concerning his professional life and his contributions to music as it evolved in the 60 s through the 70 s There are lots of pats on the back in this book for Mr Purdie ^Read Ebook ⇛ Let the Drums Speak! ↟ Amazing Ebook, Let The Drums Speak Author Bernard Purdie This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Let The Drums Speak , Essay By Bernard Purdie Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You