All The More Reason


Nate Harrison
September 17, 2006, 11:08 pm
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One of the more interesting radio documentaries that I’ve heard in a long time can be listened to here. It concerns a drum beat originally recorded in 1969 as part of a drum solo which then came into popularity as a breakbeat of its own. It is the Amen break (as in the Ahh we would say at the doctor’s office). Perhaps what’s most impressive about the delivery of the narrator Nate Harrison, is the way in which he manages to explain so much detail about the Amen break without it sounding like he’s reading off a cue card. That, and the somewhat uncanny resemblance of his voice to Stephen Wright.

Jonathan Smith

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