N. D. Smart
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He replaced Chip Damiani in the Remains in 1966, shortly before the band split up.
He then joined the band Mountain in 1969 and played on its first gigs, before being replaced by Corky Laing in late 1969. He played with Mountain at Woodstock in August 1969. The live recording of "Long Red" from the Woodstock set was released in 1972 on Mountain Live: The Road Goes Ever On. The drum break by Smart has been sampled many times by hip hop artists.
Smart, Jim Colegrove and Jeff Gutcheon formed the group Hungry Chuck in 1971. In 1973 Smart played and completed one tour with the Fallen Angels, Gram Parsons's group.
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