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Old 21st May 2019, 06:02 PM   #21
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Un-disturbing jazz fusion.....but these guys are good.......Is the drummer even human?

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no he is not. here some non synthesized drummer.
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At first I thought he was triggering a sequencer or arpeggiator from the drums such that one hit generates repeats, but after watching the video several times, I think it's actually real......just not something many drummers could do.

I have watched that drum solo about a dozen times on a 44 inch screen at 4K resolution and 1/4 speed. When he does that fast roll, he hits each drum once in succession.

I don't see any drum triggers, or wiring for them, just microphone cables. And there is a SINGLE pedal on the bass drum, I figured two bass drums or at least a double bass pedal. The toms are clear plastic, a trigger with it's wire should be visible.

I saw Weather Report play live back in the late 70's or early 80's hard to remember the details though. I lived in a big city then (Miami) and there was lots of good music to hear......not so any more.
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George, I think you forgot to copy for the second two links. same link three times (I also love it, such an amazing version of a classic).

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Sorry, dumm blonde at the computer......real links:

And the live version of the same song that proves that these guys ARE really good, with orchestra:

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And of course their first hit cover song.....I mean if a metal band can cover Simon and Garfunkle, why not Phil Collins?

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And of course their first hit cover song.....I mean if a metal band can cover Simon and Garfunkle, why not Phil Collins?

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thank you. also now i understand where do i know those guys from.
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ok, now who thinks this guy is good? YouTube
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Good drummer.....and actor....and PR man......and street hawker......."rich people in front."
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