“Leyda praised the wit and artistry of Alberto Cavalcanti's "Yellow Caesar" 1941, a satire mocking Mussolini, writing: "Maximum advantage is taken of a casual spitting or clearing of the throat, caught by Cavalcanti in his careful combing of British newsreel archives, or of the variety of costume Mussolini enjoyed—from diplomatic high-hat to a momentary affectation of peasant garb for the treacherous camera's sake.”
“So there was high-hat coming through my vocal monitor and nothing else.”
“Over the monitors, the incessant sizzle of drummer Jason Nazary's high-hat hung in the air as bassist Adam Lane entered with a strident but off-kilter rhythm that seemed to stumble over Mr. Nazary's stuttering stick-work.”
“If I go to the store specializing in mystery or crime, I get the high-hat.”
“It's almost like seeing a guy show up at the soup kitchen in high-hat and tuxedo ....”
“Not hitting the high-hat cross armed is a little wierd.”
“He plays his high-hat cymbal not with a coat hanger, as was the tradition before he changed it, but with a flathead screwdriver, since he likes the way it sounds: “like the swoop-splash of a rock hitting a lake.””
“Its opulent atmospheric layers include gentle pianos, playful xylophones, high-hat heavy percussion, synthesizers, and flange-filled guitar leads, to name just a few.”
“No, "Shaft" has every hallmark of a Hayes classic, from that high-hat and wah-wah guitar, to the sweeping orchestral arrangement.”
“Her sister, who's gone high-hat, as they said in those days, has ditched her jail-bird boyfriend for a homely guy with a good heart.”
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