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I had the pleasure of driving Jim up along with my wife and, at the time, two very young kids. Jim sat in the front with me and never stopped playing during the seven-hour trip.
We ate peanut butter sandwiches, and he would turn around to tell my kids stories and sing to them. As I write this I start to cry just thinking about it. I could go on and on because I knew Jim better than most people.
I studied Moeller with him extensively and went through his book both lefty and righty. Hopefully all of us will.
God bless our friend Jim Chapin. We love him and miss him. His legendary drumset book, Advanced Techniques For The Modern Drummer first published in and still in print today is a bible for our art and was study material for virtually every great and not so great drummer for the past sixty years. Jim was considered one of the most knowledgeable people in the world on drumming and drummers. And if you hung in there, it all made sense! Louis for a weekend to teach privately and present two master-class clinics at Drum Headquarters.
When I spoke to Jim on the phone for the first time, we talked about the history of drumming and everything except what he would do when he was in town, which made me unsure as to whether he would be able to handle all we had planned for him. After I got off the phone with Jim, I called Dom and expressed my concerns. He told me about another drummer, Clint Rayford, a friend of his and an acquaintance and customer of mine, who was bravely battling the final stages of cancer and was confined to the hospital.
Clint, in his late forties at the time, had been one of the top jazz drummers in St. Louis for more than twenty years. He consistently played three to four nights a week during his adult life while holding down a full-time job at an international chemical company.
He continued to play as much as possible well after his treatment began, and his commitment to drumming at this rough period in his life was inspirational to musicians of all ages and styles. This was the first indication of the kind of person Jim Chapin really was. The next time I spoke to Phill was the day Jim was arriving in St. I told him that Jim would be bringing an autographed copy of the book. Phill was grateful, but I could tell that there was something else on his mind.
I know it would mean a great deal to Clint, because all he has talked about for the past week is Chapin. All I could say was that I would ask Jim when I picked him up that night.
I finally decided on the simplest, most straightforward approach. I explained that it was too late and I would have to arrange it with Phill. We had a grueling schedule planned for Jim: He arrived Friday night, he would teach all day Saturday, present two clinics on Sunday, and fly back home Sunday night. So the only time for the hospital visit was Saturday night. The arrangements were made, and on Saturday night at P.
We arrived at the hospital about 8 P. He looked shaken and told us that Clint had had a bad day, was a bit out of touch, and had been dozing on and off. Phill suggested that we not go in, but Jim would have nothing of it.
I want to do this. Phill roused Clint, and after the obligatory greeting, Phill and I retreated to two chairs in the back of the room. He presented Clint with the autographed book, a pair of sticks, and a practice pad. Jim and Clint talked about drums, drummers, drumming, and nothing else.
Though he was confined to the bed, Clint held the sticks and played the pad. Jim even gave him a few pointers on technique and showed him some exercises he could work on.
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