I'm back with part 2 of the Sput lesson. Last week I delved into the off-kilter 5-groove of the tune Can't Get Right, featured in one of the latest Meinl videos. Today, I'm back with the results of my sisyphean experiment: the 4 bars of "solo" at the end of the sax solo, beginning at around the 5-minute mark in the video.
If there's anything I learned about Sput, it's that he's got a penchant for unconventional stickings, and a rock-solid right foot. You'll see what I mean when you get into the material: try to play the loop from the second last bar for 25 minutes. You'll know right away whether your kick-drum technique is serving you or not.
Without further ado, the lesson.
For the comments, would you guys hate me if I made another Benny Greb lesson?