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Old 11-27-2005, 08:31 AM   #1276
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Little Barrie -- "We are Little Barrie"
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists -- "Shake the Sheets"
The New Pornographers -- "Twin Cinema"
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Old 11-27-2005, 11:44 AM   #1277
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Yep - Vinnie is the man.

I used to go listen to him play once a month or so at a little club in North Hollywood with a group that featured Michael Landau on guitar, Greg Mathieson on keys, and Abraham Laboriel Sr. (the father of the guy who's playing drums with McCartney) on bass. Talk about an ass whoopin!'

Another total drum mutant I forgot to add to my list is Terry Bozzio. Dude's scary!
Bozzio's just a freak of nature. Period. I think my favorite drummer though is Steve Smith. I don't know why, but there's just something about his playing that I really dig. He was one of the guys who I really studied my frosh year of college. The main guy was Elvin Jones though. It all starts with him.
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Old 11-27-2005, 05:43 PM   #1278
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Bozzio's just a freak of nature. Period. I think my favorite drummer though is Steve Smith. I don't know why, but there's just something about his playing that I really dig. He was one of the guys who I really studied my frosh year of college. The main guy was Elvin Jones though. It all starts with him.
Steve Smith is an awesome drummer.

I've just about worn out the CDs he did with Scott Henderson amd Frank Gambale.
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Old 11-28-2005, 08:21 AM   #1279
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I heard the sounding call for the end of american culture:

Honkey Tonk Badonkadonk - and redneck yacht club -

Both IMO - make the most absolute fun and no reguard for 'their' listeners. Meanwhile creating such garbage, that i can't even believe people would spend money on.
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Old 11-28-2005, 09:44 AM   #1280
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Bozzio's just a freak of nature. Period. I think my favorite drummer though is Steve Smith. I don't know why, but there's just something about his playing that I really dig. He was one of the guys who I really studied my frosh year of college. The main guy was Elvin Jones though. It all starts with him.
Smith is pretty solid. I'm a rock drums guy, so I'm partial to that genre. I like Stuart Copeland and Carter Beauford. Neil Peart is fun of course. Manu Katche is interesting to me because of his use of cymbals. I think that Bill Bruford is probably my all-time fave though.
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Old 11-28-2005, 10:45 AM   #1281
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I heard the sounding call for the end of american culture:

Honkey Tonk Badonkadonk - and redneck yacht club -

Both IMO - make the most absolute fun and no reguard for 'their' listeners. Meanwhile creating such garbage, that i can't even believe people would spend money on.

ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!

http://members.vpchat.com/tj/HonkyTonkBadonkadonk.html

http://www.cmt.com/sitewide/apps/med...r/index.jhtml?


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Old 11-28-2005, 11:00 AM   #1282
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Isn't that the worst trash that's recent?
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Old 11-28-2005, 11:05 AM   #1283
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Isn't that the worst trash that's recent?

That song is right up there with the detailed artisanship of Sir Mix Alot or Three-Six Mafia.
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Old 11-28-2005, 11:07 AM   #1284
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Isn't that the worst trash that's recent?

just about anything on CMT/mtv/vh1 these days...
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HAHA! I saw sir mix alot live in seattle - and to be honest, i get what he's doing, and i find it funny and i find it a bit of satire to be honest. I mean "my hooptie" is just a classic!

But, to hear all these country 'performers' and fans alike knock hip-hop (which most of it, rightly so sucks ass) - then they come out with garbage like honky tonk badonkadonk - and it's redneck club rap - then redneck yacht club to me should have everyone from wal*art to SearsMart mad that someone could easily make a stereotypical outline, that IMO just makes fun of that lifestyle and consider it any from of art or entertainment.
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Old 11-28-2005, 11:11 AM   #1286
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HAHA! I saw sir mix alot live in seattle - and to be honest, i get what he's doing, and i find it funny and i find it a bit of satire to be honest. I mean "my hooptie" is just a classic!

But, to hear all these country 'performers' and fans alike knock hip-hop (which most of it, rightly so sucks ass) - then they come out with garbage like honky tonk badonkadonk - and it's redneck club rap - then redneck yacht club to me should have everyone from wal*art to SearsMart mad that someone could easily make a stereotypical outline, that IMO just makes fun of that lifestyle and consider it any from of art or entertainment.
Almost all popular music is this kind of rubbish. It has to sell to 13 year olds, so I wouldnt expect much more than childish catch phrases put to the same set of 3 or 4 chord progressions in 4/4.
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just about anything on CMT/mtv/vh1 these days...

Sad But True -
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Old 11-28-2005, 11:19 AM   #1288
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Almost all popular music is this kind of rubbish. It has to sell to 13 year olds, so I wouldnt expect much more than childish catch phrases put to the same set of 3 or 4 chord progressions in 4/4.
Yeah but you can have lots of good music with limited progressions - lots of good punk, good "old" country - etc - It's the blatent staleness that i cannot fathom.
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Old 11-28-2005, 05:05 PM   #1289
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Smith is pretty solid. I'm a rock drums guy, so I'm partial to that genre.
Steve Smith is a rock drummer also - check out his work with the band "Journey."

Steve can play any style - that's what makes him a first-call guy.
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Old 11-28-2005, 05:30 PM   #1290
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Amen. LABF, I'm assuming you're a fan of his Vital Information stuff. I need to get into that. Which CD, would you say, is their best?
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Amen. LABF, I'm assuming you're a fan of his Vital Information stuff. I need to get into that. Which CD, would you say, is their best?
I have to admit I don't have any of Vital Info's CDs either, but I like the tunes I've heard by the group. Hmmmm....maybe I should give Santa the heads-up?
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Steve Smith is a rock drummer also - check out his work with the band "Journey."

Steve can play any style - that's what makes him a first-call guy.

Yeah...I know Smith's work. Nobody plays air drums whille sporting a bandana like he does in that video of theirs. Smith has also done some session work that Im aware of.
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Chick Corea Akoustic Band - Akoustic Band
Chick Corea Akoustic Band - Alive
Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane - At Carnegie Hall (****ing incredible)

And I just ordered

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Michel Camilo - "On Fire"
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Old 11-30-2005, 05:12 PM   #1294
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Fresh out the mailbox:

Little Barrie -- "We are Little Barrie"
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists -- "Shake the Sheets"
The New Pornographers -- "Twin Cinema"
for New Pornographers.
As for me...

Modest Mouse--The Moon and Antarctica
Neutral Milk Hotel--In the Aeroplane over the Sea
Muse--Absolution
The Appleseed Cast--Low Owl Level 1
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Old 11-30-2005, 09:18 PM   #1295
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Modest Mouse--The Moon and Antarctica
Neutral Milk Hotel--In the Aeroplane over the Sea
Muse--Absolution
The Appleseed Cast--Low Owl Level 1
Cake--Fashion Nugget

Fashion Nugget is a solid choice. Gotta love the gothic arpeggiators that are Muse.
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Modest Mouse--The Moon and Antarctica
Neutral Milk Hotel--In the Aeroplane over the Sea
Muse--Absolution
The Appleseed Cast--Low Owl Level 1
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REP for Neutral Milk Hotel. In the Aeroplane Over The Sea may be the best album of the 1990s. You gotta love that marching-band-on-acid-instrumental tune, "The Fool". I go high-stepping like a band geek around my apartment whenever I hear it (given the proper liquid motivation, of course ). Their first album, On Avery Island, is very solid as well.
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Old 12-01-2005, 11:50 PM   #1298
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Chick Corea Akoustic Band - Alive
Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane - At Carnegie Hall (****ing incredible)

And I just ordered

Michel Camilo - "Thru My Eyes"
Michel Camilo - "On Fire"
Hell yeah!

I've been in a rock mood the past couple days, so I've had this disc playing during my daily workout:



I can't get over the HUGE set of pipes on this girl. Such power and range in such a small package. Just when you think she's reached the ceiling she rips a hole in it and keeps on climbing.

And the musicians are world-class too: Tim Pierce and that dude who is touring with McCartney right now (can't remember his name) on guitar.
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Old 12-02-2005, 04:27 PM   #1299
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REP for Neutral Milk Hotel. In the Aeroplane Over The Sea may be the best album of the 1990s. You gotta love that marching-band-on-acid-instrumental tune, "The Fool". I go high-stepping like a band geek around my apartment whenever I hear it (given the proper liquid motivation, of course ). Their first album, On Avery Island, is very solid as well.
I love both of those neutral milk albums.... what ever happened to Jeff Mangum by the way? Dude dropped off the face of the earth or something. Song 10 on Aeorplane is my fav.... I'm pretty sure its the same song your talking about.-- the circus instrumental with the bagpipes

I've been wearing out the Little Barrie CD. Check this song out.... or this one...

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I think my favorite drummer though is Steve Smith. I don't know why, but there's just something about his playing that I really dig.
DVD alert:

90 minutes of live reaming w/ Frank Gambale, Steve Smith, Ric Fierabracci and Steve Tavaglione.





Just watched this one earlier today. It kills!
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