tonight tonight tonight by genesis. it's timed perfectly. other than that, i will post some nerdy links this evening
the man is a machine.
The 30 seconds or so from the point, in particular.
Jimmy Chamberlain has a million moments as good though
but, yes, the drumming is fantastic
You know the bit.
Me. I very muched enjoyed this gig
Stick with it it gets good towards the end
So bloody intense. :(
skip to 12:50 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzyOi5XRu_g
Then go back and listen to the whole 18 minutes.
65daysofstatic, debuting what eventually became Weak4, the drumming absolutely blew my mind and then they blew the venues' power so only the drums remained. It was really surreal but whetted my appetite for the final version in a perfect way.
I never got over hearing this song explode for the first time, so much power
Napalm Death on Children's TV
i can drum. i'll drum you a moment later on
Christopher R Weingarten's contributions to Parts & Labor's Mapmaker album, especially Brighter Days and Fake Rain (no youtube here, sorry!). I utterly despise him for abandoning this band to be a journalist...!
I've had The Gold We're Digging for ages from some podcast but never chased up to find more by them, they sound awesome
The next couple of albums they did lose that massive sonic assault but their songwriting improved a hell of a lot as a result, not a million miles away from animal collective and onieda I'd say.
Weingarten has not drummed since leaving this band, I read, so that's a consolation I guess!
And I can't see if anyone else has posted my suggestions, but:
- when Buddy Rich has a drum off with Animal on the Muppet Show.
- When little Stevie Wonder gets led around and behind the drum kit and then does the most amazing solo.
- The bit when Max Weinberg runs in to take over the drumming when DFA1979 performed on Conan O'Brian.
- Any Boredoms show, but in particular the bit in Boredrum where they bring a drummer in on a sedan chair.
I don't really care about technique or anything - just the theatre of it.
it mentions that Stevie Wonder and Jimi Hendrix had a quick jam at the BBC studios, Stevie was on drums, would love to have heard that.
Hellacopters drummer trashes ice drum set - Part 1/2
SO MUCH THIS^
when the camera starts panning around him :)
here, go nuts..
My oh my. Fast and hard and nuts for one minute twenty http://firesuite.bandcamp.com/track/sammy-davis-jr-jr
love how the beat keeps getting changed up
I like really ramshackle drumming where it all sounds like its on the brink of falling apart
Microphones -Ocean 1,2,3 (2:20 onwards)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzO9E-mq7FI
Xiu Xiu -Jennifer Lopez (sweet science version) all the ones of it on youtube sound awful but this live one is pretty good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9pdWnkYTeQ
This obscure cover of miserlou, pretty standard but I love the way the drums kick in on this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxd_N9dixOE
bright eyes- gold mine gutted, I really like the 2 drum kits and how towards the end one of them drifts out of time I guess to reflect the lagged behind lyric, its a nice touch, sounds unusual and good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtUVxKSHaJw
just sounds so raw and spur-of-the-moment. Also just a great wandering bass line
You're doing this thread wrong.
Doing Age of Consent in 1984 - fucking amazing:
Ok then, I'll do it myself.
Also, Tool's Forty-Six & 2