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    Posted: December 07 2005 at 13:27

Thanks again to Dick Heath and LCR for this interview with jazz-fusion drummer Gary Husband.

Follow either link to Gary's BIO page and use the Streaming Player to listen. asp?cd_id=8820 D.asp?band_id=1918


Gary Husband is one of a rare breed of musicians in that his expression is divided equally in his capacity as a drummer and a keyboardist of international repute. His classical roots, his quest and development in the improvisational, jazz and jazz/fusion areas - not to mention his tenure in the pop, rock and blues circuits - are all evident inside Gary’s distinct and far-reaching musical personality. His solo album and DVD output over the last few years has also reinforced his status as a critically acclaimed writer and arranger in the contemporary music world.

This interview was recorded in 2004 previewing his tour.The interviewer is again ProgArchives stalwart Dick Heath from his Alternative Alternative Radio Show 20.00 to 23.00 GMT every Thursday.

Used with kind permission of LCR and Gary Husband 2004/2005


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 07 2005 at 13:50

Thanks Tony.

I am currently trying to nail Gary Husband down to a specific date and have him spend 3 hours on a show in the near future - I have already been sent musical samples by Gary, including a rough mix of a piano piece from the John McLaughlin tribute album being recorded right at the moment.

I should add, that the picture shown was taken by myself, during the equipment set-up (Gary was his own drum technician) and  dress rehearsals of Force Majeure at Birmingham in March 2004 - when I was given free rein to photograph the rehearsal. Gary's drums are yellow in tribute of the late Tony Williams 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 08 2005 at 08:39
This is fantastic, GH is one of my fave musicians. Thank you guys.
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