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Barney Hurley

 

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Gavin Dodds

 

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Barney Hurley & Gavin Dodds - AKA Samuel Purdey. Photo from 'Arena Homme Plus' Magazine in 1997

 

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Barney Hurley & Gavin Dodds - AKA Samuel Purdey

 

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Barney Hurley with Michael Leonhart & Sam Sadigursky

 

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Barney Hurley & Grammy winning mixing engineer Matt Lawrence

 

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Barney Hurley & Elliott Randall

 

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Barney Hurley & Steely Dan horn men Walt Weiskopf & Michael Leonhart

 

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Barney Hurley & Michael Leonhart

 

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Barney Hurley & Bob Power

 

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Barney Hurley & Bob Power (a year on)

 

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Barney Hurley & Keith Carlock

 

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Barney Hurley & Steve Gadd

 

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Gavin Dodds

 

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Barney Hurley recording at Volta Studios, Tokyo, Japan, July 2015

 

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Barney Hurley with his manager (and brother), Kieron. France, 17/8/17

 

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Barney Hurley and his son, Otis, after a very constructive drum lesson. 2017

 

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A typical night out for Samuel Purdey

 

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Samuel Purdey are honoured that 'Musically Adrift' is included in the Italian publication 'Hotel California' alongside 299 of the greatest Adult Contemporary albums ever made. The book was authored by Mauro Ronconi

 

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'Musically Adrift' Promo Flyer

 

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Fagen's 'Sunken Condos', signed by co-producer & Steely Dan horn man, Michael Leonhart

 

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'Airplay For The Planet', signed by Jay Graydon

 

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A Tribe Called Quest - 'The Low End Theory', signed by Bob Power

 

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Samuel Purdey cover story, West Coast Music magazine. An interview with Barney Hurley about the making of 'Musically Adrift'

 

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'Mayfair' by Powder Blue Tux (Barney Hurley from Samuel Purdey's new band) is single of the week in the first issue of View From The West Coast magazine.

 

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Samuel Purdey and Powder Blue Tux are pleased to BOTH be included in the new Disk Union Book 'City Soul - 1970-2010' - alongside such West Coast royalty as; Donald Fagen, Toto, Pages, Michael McDonald, Hall & Oates, Ned Doheny and many others.

 

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Samuel Purdey's Barney Hurley is interviewed by Toshi Nakada in the new issue of 'AOR Age'. He discusses how the beauty and warmth of Steely Dan's 1980 masterpiece 'Gaucho' has had a profound effect on him, not only as a songwriter & musician, but even as a human being. Barney goes into detail as to why he thinks 'Gaucho' is Steely Dan's magnum opus. There's also discussions on the Los Angeles session elite of the 70s & early 80s, Samuel Purdey's 'Musically Adrift', and his solo project Powder Bue Tux, and more.

 

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Samuel Purdey's Barney Hurley has written an article in the new issue of 'AOR Age' named 'The Drummers of Steely Dan'. Barney goes into great detail about the many drum greats who achieved career best performances on all of Steely Dan and Donald Fagen's 13 groundbreaking studio albums.

 


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