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Q: 2019/20 With seven games to go will West Ham stay up
a. Our demise was sealed when the idiots on the Board appointed Moyes, we're down
37%
  
b. Despite the efforts of Moyes and the players, we will stay up by the smallest of margins
35%
  
c. I'm beyond caring & couldn't give two hoots either way
28%
  



Darlo Debs 4:44 Fri Sep 28
What if anything are you listening to now?
Drowning out the voices in my head is Liquidator.

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OccupyGreenStreet 2:31 Thu Jul 2
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Session from Worldwide FM from back in May - Gilles Peterson doing 20 trip hop tracks. This '20' series has been pretty good so far, loved the reggae one.

dm 2:20 Thu Jul 2
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Marillion - Afraid of Sunlight

such an amazing album

chajonbubble 1:01 Thu Jul 2
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Lady Gaga - Chromatica. Fathers day present from my slightly embarrassed daughter ("really, you want that dad?")

Last Gasp 12:31 Thu Jul 2
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Marillion......Afraid of Sunlight (again) love the bloody thing so much!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9Qv4hK8bmQ&list=PLDD6nAEVVZxHSXXfquESN7oW95rEYw6RF

dm 11:26 Thu Jul 2
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Jethro Tull - Crest of a Knave

MaryMillingtonsGhost 8:07 Wed Jul 1
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Bring Me The Horizon - Amo

Far Cough 7:13 Wed Jul 1
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Living on the Edge - Aerosmith


Isn't Joe Perry great?

dm 4:35 Wed Jul 1
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Jethro Tull - Heavy Horses

Bungo 11:32 Wed Jul 1
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Far Cough 8:12 Tue Jun 30

Saw a thing once where they compare modern records where the drummer has played to a perfect click track, (or even drum tracks played by a computer), against older records where the real drummer set the time with no external click.

Interesting that even drummers noted for their precision (like Bonham) tended to speed up/slow down sometimes imperceptively but visible on a computer trace of it.

Many prefer this as it is more human, wheras the click/computer track sometimes leads to precision without the feel.

Much pro live music is played to a click now as lights, videos, backing tracks etc will all be synced with it.

dm 11:22 Wed Jul 1
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Amon Duul II - Phallus Dei

zebthecat 1:12 Wed Jul 1
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Major Parkinson - Baseball.

zebthecat 1:09 Wed Jul 1
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Far Cough 8:12 Tue Jun 30

A lot of metal drummers are staggering at the human metronome thing. Gene Hoglan is the best at it - he is not called the Atomic clock for nothing and it is fucking impressive. I am good at it too. Recorded with a couple of bands where I had to to play stacatto bang in time and it sounded like it had been sampled.
Much prefer playing around the beat as it creates more tension. John Bonham was brilliant at it playing ever so slightly behind it. Bootsy Collins too - bang on the one but the rest is for fun.

Far Cough 8:12 Tue Jun 30
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
I was a marching band drummer, so I had to keep the marching beat but for rock music in fact all music, how does the drummer keep a consistent beat, do they have an in ear metronome ?

Darlo Debs 8:07 Tue Jun 30
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
My dad was a drummer in an army jazz band

Bungo 7:18 Tue Jun 30
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
zebthecat 12:22 Tue Jun 30

I played with a drummer for a while who was the son of a successful pro, but unfortunately had inherited none of his Dad's talent. The funny thing was he would come back in to the beat out of time after a roll, but always out by the same amount. In the end the band tuned into this and would also come back in out of time, but all together.

I was chatting to another guitarist who had played with him separately, and he said his other band did exactly the same thing!

MaryMillingtonsGhost 7:07 Tue Jun 30
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Faith No More - Angel Dust

zebthecat 12:22 Tue Jun 30
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Us bass players are underrated.
My two faves are Lemmy and Bootsy Collins for abviously different reasons.
I have mostly played in Metal, Prog, Psych and Rock bands but have also played Funk and Reggae.
The best fun I had actually playing was in a Reggae band where I depped for a few gigs as their bass player went back to Jamaica for a wedding and I happened to working on a building site at the time with the guitarist and music came up inc conversation. The only times where I was the only white guy in the rooom. It was such fun just sticking with the groove and I really clicked with the drummer (one of only four who I did - you'd be amazed how many drummers have absolutely no sense of groove at all).

panamahat 10:51 Mon Jun 29
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Frank Zappa - Black Napkins ( Live in Philly )

13 Brentford Rd 5:53 Mon Jun 29
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Bowie at Glastonbury was excellent.

13 Brentford Rd 5:53 Mon Jun 29
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
Bowie at Glastonbury was excellent.

big bongie 5:46 Mon Jun 29
Re: What if anything are you listening to now?
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