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"I have known Goldberg for many years, and have been a fan of his marvelous drumming. I happened to be sitting next to Les McCann, who really seemed to be enjoying the band. Goldberg had a first rate quartet, and he kicked the band with his powerful drumming, and kept a strong rhythmic groove throughout. The crowd loved it! I enjoyed the groups' energy, spirit, & musicianship. They did a great job covering many different styles, and doing them all well. I really enjoyed their outstanding performance."  (Excerpt from a Bob Comden article in "The LA Jazz Scene")

Paul proudly endorses

 
"Paul's impressive performance and recording credits are not only what make him a perfect fit for this column. In addition to his successes as a sideman, and as a top LA studio musician, Paul is currently forging new ground as a producer, and bandleader." (Excerpt from a Modern Drummer Magazine article entitled "On the Move")
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Paul Goldberg "Staircase to the Spirits"

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Paul Goldberg Debut Solo CD "Whim of the Current"



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Paul‘s CD's ”Whim of the Current” & "Staircase to the Spirits" (feature songs by Paul Goldberg, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, John Patitucci, John Coltrane, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter, Don Grolnick, and Michel Camillo) were recorded at Universal Studios by engineer Mike Fennel. Paul Goldberg studied music at the Philadelphia College for the Performing Arts, and graduated w/ Bachelor of Arts degree in “Drums and Percussion”. Paul is featured in articles in Modern Drummer Magazine entitled“The Drummers of Atlantic City”, and ”On the Move”. He also transcribed several drum solos for Modern Drummer Magazine, including the”Terry Bozzio” solos, which appeared in the “Best Of” Treasury Issue.


“TV and Film”
Recording &/or Appearance credits:

Parks and Recreation (Theme), Forgetting Sarah Marshall, American Carole, The new Poseidon Adventure, Rumor Has It, The Last Samurai, Along Came Polly, Rush Hour II, The Nutty Professor II, American Pie, Path to War, HOUSE, Starter Wife, Eli Stone, Desperate Housewives, Cavemen, Girlfriends, Less Than Perfect, Boston Legal, American Dreams, Will And Grace, Las Vegas starring James Caan, West Wing, Frasier, Jag, E.R., Dharma and Greg, The Drew Carey Show, Family Matters, Coach, Rosanne, Good Morning America, World Stunt Awards, VH1’s “Vinyl Justice”, LA Emmy Awards.

 


Performance
and/or
Recording credits:

Bill Medley, The Manhattans, P.F. Sloan, Tom Petty, Musical director/Keyboard great Matt Rohde, World class vocalist/vocal arranger Peggi Blu, Tata Vega, Lynn Woolover, LA Music Award nominee Brian Mathew, Reed virtuoso David Baron Stevens, World class Producer/Guitarist Ted Perlman, Joe Calderon, Howard Kaylan, Jan Berry (of Jan and Dean), Terry Reid, Jean-Michel Byron (of Toto), Bob Cranshaw, Clare Fischer, Maurice Hines, The Edwin Hawkins Singers, Pete Christlieb, Bob Sheppard, Walt Fowler, Tom Fowler, Bruce Fowler, Otmaro Ruiz, Andrew Woolfolk, Jamie Glaser, Johnny Rivers, Chuck Wayne, Jerry Seinfeld, Jeff Ross, Chevy Chase, Paul Reiser, Rita Rudner. Hit songwriter Gerry Goffin, along with Gerald Albright, Brandon Fields, Steve Foreman, and Grant Geissman.

 

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