Welcome to part three of our legendary Meinl interview and documentary with Clyde Stubblefield and Jabo Starks. I hope that you have enjoyed watching the other episodes and here we are now with our newest one.
This episode begins with a heartfelt testimonial about Clyde and Jabo given by Chris Coleman. During the interview then they speak about Clyde’s experiences in Motown, they reasons why the both left James Brown, Clyde’s experiences with the band in Vietnam, Jabo’s recordings with Janet Jackson, and probably the most controversial issue of all: How they feel about being the most sampled drummers in history.
Episode four will come up shortly.
Enjoy, and thanks for watching.
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