Carmine Appice
Drum Clinic, Ocean Plaza, Ocean Township, NJ (USA)
If anyone knows the name of the store based on the description below, please let us know. Thanks.
October 15, 1987

Lineage: Realistic Voice Actuated Cassette Taper Recorder with 2 baseball cap mounted cheap external mics [“Y” cable (2 female to 1 male 3.5 mm)] > mic aux port on the recorder > (2) master TDK SA90 cassettes > Tascam 202MKV > Edirol R09 (24/48) > Adobe Audition CC2020 (level boost/hiss reduction) > CD Wave Editor (track) > flac8

recorded by: Buckwheat The Cat
transferred and tracked by: smores

1. -intro-
2. -opening remarks-/Q&A
3. -drum solo-
4. Q&A
5. Q&A&D (odd time signatures)
6. Q&A
7. Q&A&D (reggae beats)
8. Q&A
9. -drum fills-
10. Q&A&D (uptempo shuffle)
11. Q&A&D (backwards method)
12. Q&A&D (shuffles with triplets)
13. Q&A&D (polyrhythms)
14. Q&A
15. Q&A
16. Q&A&D (strong right foot/John Bonham)
17. Q&A
18. Q&A
19. Q&A
20. Q&A
21. Q&A
22. -drum solo-
23. -Carmine signing autographs and banter with fans-

"Q&A" is where the audience asks questions and Carmine answers. "Q&A&D" is where Carmine also demonstrates his answers on the drum kit.

notes from the taper: "The venue was a music store at the Ocean Plaza strip mall on Route 35 near Seaview Square Mall. I don’t remember the name, but it’s no longer in existence. If my memory is correct, it reminded me of a Guitar Center. 1100 NJ-35, Ocean Township, NJ 07712 is the address of the strip mall."

This show is another "Buckwheat The Cat" master. He was kind enough to give some of his masters to be shared in this forum. If you have masters that you would like to share, but lack the tools, time, or know-how, please contact SMORES on DIME and I will be happy to discuss them with you. thanks.