Zach Danziger Master Thread

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Re: Zach Danziger Master Thread

Postby gretsch-o-rama » Tue Sep 30, 2014 5:19 pm

Zach's a great drummer, but I'm not exactly sure what his "deal" is...
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Re: Zach Danziger Master Thread

Postby DeeP_FRieD » Tue Sep 30, 2014 8:25 pm

Just grab the Clearance Sale Boomish album and listen in to what's happening there with the voice overs and musical choices, and you will quickly understand that he has always been working some humor into his creative projects. Zach has been at his own thing for a long time now, and I think that's really admirable.

The way he's getting questioned here is really shocking to me, but I understand that people are very sensitive when it comes to new or weird things.

Just to put all of his stuff in context, think how Frank Zappa sounded in relation to what others' sounded like at the time... I bet there was a lot of criticism for Zappa then in much the same way there is criticism for Zach here currently.

I personally love this stuff, as it actually challenges me as a listener.
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Re: Zach Danziger Master Thread

Postby Jim Richman » Tue Sep 30, 2014 8:46 pm

I hear you. It's funny, I love his playing and a lot of his music. But some is over my head, so I naturally do not like it. :lol: Like his broken record beats with a weirdo synth band, :roll: haha But the All In The Family stuff is WAY cool. I still like his Wayne Krantz stuff, Nelson Rangel, and Chuck Loeb stuff when he was a teen sensation.

It's good to get negative feedback. If you don't, you are not trying hard enough.
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Re: Zach Danziger Master Thread

Postby DeeP_FRieD » Tue Sep 30, 2014 8:54 pm

Jim Richman wrote:It's good to get negative feedback. If you don't, you are not trying hard enough.


So true...
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Re: Zach Danziger Master Thread

Postby gretsch-o-rama » Wed Oct 01, 2014 6:38 am

For the recored, Zach is maybe my most favorite drummer...maybe because in my mind, I feel like I sound like him the most. I was just commenting on how he thinks lying is some how a practical joke... but it's not that I'm disappointed that I didn't get an overpriced cymbal for free. It's just that I expect people to do what they say they will...even on the Internet...
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Re: Zach Danziger Master Thread

Postby deseipel » Tue Oct 07, 2014 8:06 am

as much as I'm still salty about the fake contest, here's a sampler of the new Mr Barrington:

https://soundcloud.com/misterbarrington/mister-barrington-prerelease-sampler
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Re: Zach Danziger Master Thread

Postby langmick » Tue Oct 07, 2014 10:56 am


Det. Frank Drebin: Wait a minute, let me get this straight: Twice came in and shot the teller and Jim Fell.
Sally Decker: No, he only shot the teller, Jim Johnson. Fell is ill.
Det. Frank Drebin: Okay, then after he shot the teller, you shot Twice.
Sally Decker: No, I only shot once.
Capt. Ed Hocken: Twice is the hold up man.
Sally Decker: Then I guess I did shoot Twice.
Det. Frank Drebin: Oh, so now you're changing your story.
Sally Decker: No, I shot Twice after Jim fell.
Det. Frank Drebin: You shot twice and Jim Fell?
Sally Decker: No, Jim fell first and then I shot Twice once.
Det. Frank Drebin: Well, who fired twice?
Sally Decker: Once!
Capt. Ed Hocken: He's the owner of the tire company, Frank.
Det. Frank Drebin: [pauses] Okay. Once is the owner of the tire company and he fired Twice. Then Twice shot the teller once.
Sally Decker: Twice.
Det. Frank Drebin: ...and Jim fell and then you fired Twice.
Sally Decker: Once!
Det. Frank Drebin: Okay. All right, that will be all for now, Ms. Decker.
Capt. Ed Hocken: We'll need you to make a formal statement down at the station.
Sally Decker: Oh, of course!
Det. Frank Drebin: You've been very helpful. We think we know how he did it.
Sally Decker: Oh, Howie couldn't have done it. He hasn't been in for weeks.
Det. Frank Drebin: Well.
Det. Frank Drebin: Thank you again, Ms. Decker.
Det. Frank Drebin: Weeks?
Capt. Ed Hocken: Saul Weeks. He's the comptroller, Frank.



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Re: Zach Danziger Master Thread

Postby Steve Holmes » Fri Oct 10, 2014 5:20 pm



LOVE THIS.
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Re: Zach Danziger Master Thread

Postby gretsch-o-rama » Fri Oct 10, 2014 5:29 pm

It surprises me that he gets as free and open sound as he does while "burying" the beater...
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