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Old 11-19-2009, 05:25 PM   #3851
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Hey Skillett, how is Lovering holding up these days anyways?

He's always been one of my fave drummers.
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Old 11-20-2009, 11:55 AM   #3852
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Walked into my local bar this week and chillin at the bar was Michael Stipe and his crew. Nice, down to earth guy.
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Hey Skillett, how is Lovering holding up these days anyways?

He's always been one of my fave drummers.
Dave is one of the best aspects of the Pixies. He's sort of a troubled, anxious guy who just does his work. His drumming is what holds that thing together. There are times when he is doing brilliant work...the chorus of "I Bleed", just about all of "Bone Machine", "Oh My Golly", etc, etc. He's a solid drummer. In fact, when they were recording Surfer Rosa, Steve Albini mentioned that he thought Lovering was the best aspect of the band.

Lovering's drumming was flat out copied by every popular drummer for the 15 or so years after Doolittle. Either by inspiration or out of necessity. Lovering's influence was being passed around by all of the fashionable players of the day for the better part of 20 years and if you were not listening to it as a muse, you were imitating it because you had to have that style in your repetoire to fit in.

As far as how he's playing...he is as good as he has always been. The other night they played "Isla de Encanta", "Bone Machine", and of course "Debaser" and the other rapid-fire punk tinged songs that Lovering goes machine gun on.
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Old 11-20-2009, 04:19 PM   #3854
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That's really cool worm. I met Bill Berry and Mike Mills once briefly in '89, but never got to meet Stipe or Buck. Was Peter around at all?
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Old 11-20-2009, 04:40 PM   #3855
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Dave is one of the best aspects of the Pixies. He's sort of a troubled, anxious guy who just does his work. His drumming is what holds that thing together. There are times when he is doing brilliant work...the chorus of "I Bleed", just about all of "Bone Machine", "Oh My Golly", etc, etc. He's a solid drummer. In fact, when they were recording Surfer Rosa, Steve Albini mentioned that he thought Lovering was the best aspect of the band.

Lovering's drumming was flat out copied by every popular drummer for the 15 or so years after Doolittle. Either by inspiration or out of necessity. Lovering's influence was being passed around by all of the fashionable players of the day for the better part of 20 years and if you were not listening to it as a muse, you were imitating it because you had to have that style in your repetoire to fit in.

As far as how he's playing...he is as good as he has always been. The other night they played "Isla de Encanta", "Bone Machine", and of course "Debaser" and the other rapid-fire punk tinged songs that Lovering goes machine gun on.
Very cool. I lost track of these guys collectively after a couple of Frank Black albums a few years back (which, I believe, we discussed pages ago) and was wondering if he was still at his usual high level after all these years (glad to hear he is).
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Old 11-22-2009, 02:29 AM   #3857
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I remember you being an Animal Collective fan, right? Their new EP Fall Be Kind came out out today. Definitely worth checking out.

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I remember you being an Animal Collective fan, right? Their new EP Fall Be Kind came out out today. Definitely worth checking out.

Sweet, brother!

I have heard "sky"...they did that one at the show I saw earlier this year.

I'll definitely check out the EP.
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Old 11-24-2009, 07:50 PM   #3860
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Hey LABF (or any fan of outstanding technical guitar work)...Check out the work by Steve Howe on this track. This is such an oddball piece. The pocket is moving so fast at some points that it creates these sonic spaces that just bubble and burst forth with rhythm and melody. For much of the piece Howe is playing spooky, haunting lines.

The guitar solo on this piece is probably my all-time fave (starts at about 2:30). Absolutely brilliant stuff here.

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The guitar solo on this piece is probably my all-time fave (starts at about 2:30). Absolutely brilliant stuff here.
Interesting.

Remove the vocal track, and the first section sounds like it could be a Weather Report or RTF tune. Lots of complex metric modulation going on in the latter sections, to be sure. The tune covers so many different stylistic bases it almost sound like a medley of separate pieces. Pretty ambitious composition. Howe definitely has a recognizable guitar style.

It's surreal when you realize that if a band like Yes came along right now they wouldn't be able to get airplay - a sad reminder of how much commercial music has devolved over the last 30 years.
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