Neil Peart - Cotton Tail (w/ Drum Solo) (HQ)





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Published on May 23, 2009

Buddy Rich Memorial Concert

Ritz Theater in New York City on April 8, 1991

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i can't express the joy it gives me to see the smile that cracks on steve marcus' face when peart plays his signature cowbell dity. thats not only one of the greatest jazz musians in the world, hes one who played with buddy rich every night for ...oh 20 years, so, if he can dig it, the rest of you snobs should maybe losen up, its music, its for fun so hes not buddy rich,hes not a swing drummer.......who cares? hes the best neil peart in the world. and i think THAT is a pretty damn cool thing to be
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Too many of you are missing the point...Buddy is Buddy and Neil is Neil and this is Neil's way of showing his respect for Buddy. Neil isn't trying to be Buddy...he is merely offering a tribute to Mr. Rich !!
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Jake Tammaro
The guy is a rock drummer and recording artist who also wrote a lot of the songs for his progressive rock called RUSH and was dedicated to his bands style of playing. For him to also attempt to play this style is kind of impressive I think
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Jack F
5:38... look at the sax player behind Peart when he starts in on the cowbells. Then look at the rest of the band rubbernecking to get a peek at what Peart is doing... While he may not be the best at big band drumming, to me that's proof enough that Peart belonged on that stage.
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joey lopez
He's one of those drummers that deep down everybody wishes they can be. No matter what genre of music he is playing. The dude is a once in a lifetime kind of drummer in his own unique way. 
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Ryan Amble
He's such a square when it comes to jazz
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Just a Reminder That Neil is not a Jazz drummer, but a rock drummer, it takes a lot of courage to step out of ones comfort zone and play such a difficult Genre like jazz, i think Neil handled it pretty well, he also took Lessons from Freddie gruber a few years later During the mid 90`s, his drumming after their Album "test for echo" wich was heavily Jazz influenced became very smooth.
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Dave King was right
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Chris Imbimbo
can never get enough of this - the professor on the drum kit!
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Bhinder Singh
Is Neil Peart a good jazz drummer? Eh not quite. BUT, you have to appreciate his love for jazz and playing jazz.
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