..It looks like several of your posts are now deleted..
Which is too bad, because i think in one of those replies he (Sanguinetti), as far as i remember, was saying something about a young child (including a very nice link) who in his opinion played just too amazing in order to be really appreciated by the mass of drummers..
I think there is a truth in that..
One of the reasons why most of the drummers are not appreciating incredible gospel-chops, difficult solo's, 'flashy' playing, etc, is because they completely have no clue about what is played there..
Someone who basically only plays a 2 and 4 backbeat all his life, can completely not relate to all those chops, weird time signatures, etc and then they say..: i wonder if this guy is able to play Mustang Sally..
I was at a Matt Garstka clinic last year, when someone in the audience asked something like..: "..but you never play something that people can actually dance to..?"
Matt Garstka clearly got annoyed a little, but about 10-15 minutes later he came back to the guy, with answering him..:
"Why would I also have to play only simple backbeats when almost the whole world of drummers is allready playing them..?"
I thought that was pretty much saying everything that needed to be said regarding the subject..