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Ringo quit when they were making the white album & McCartney played drums on a few tracks before he agreed to come back.

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April 30th 1976, The Who's drummer Keith Moon paid nine cab drivers to block-off both ends of a New York street so he could throw the contents of his hotel room out of the window.


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Very sad news, I'll be listening to Tony today too, his playing always brightens the day up.

 

 

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8 hours ago, Juniper said:

Tony Allen has passed away.

 

Such a great player. This album will be going on tomorrow in our house.

 

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Just listening to this album now, amazing. Thanks for posting it.

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4 hours ago, Mook said:

Just listening to this album now, amazing. Thanks for posting it.

It's a great album isn't it. Played it on repeat for days when I first heard it a few years back.

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A bit of a curve ball but have always loved the drum arrangement in this track. All put together on a computer but love the way it gathers pace at around the 3 min mark.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Simbo said:

A bit of a curve ball but have always loved the drum arrangement in this track. All put together on a computer but love the way it gathers pace at around the 3 min mark.

 

 

 

‘Introducing....’ is a great drum album. Some real nice put together beats from samples.

 

This is my favourite drum arrangement from DJ Shadow. 
 

 

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On 30/04/2020 at 13:43, Stickman said:


 

April 30th 1976, The Who's drummer Keith Moon paid nine cab drivers to block-off both ends of a New York street so he could throw the contents of his hotel room out of the window.


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Brilliant scheming, but on the other hand, I'm disappointed in this... I thought Rock'n'Roll rebellion was all about spontaneity.

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14 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

A bit of a blast from my childhood that I forgot existed, until it cropped up on the soundtrack of Brassic.

 

 

I recently found the original TOTP performance of this...

 

 

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2 hours ago, Chocoholic said:

Brilliant scheming, but on the other hand, I'm disappointed in this... I thought Rock'n'Roll rebellion was all about spontaneity.


 

I guess when you trash three hotel rooms in one foul swoop you have to be careful..

Not really sure when Moon discovered his inner Leslie Phillips accent but I guess the Yanks lap that sort of stuff up

 

 

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Who said the drink and the drugs don’t work....

Keith Moon aged 32 turning up at a Who exhibition (In which he coincidentally gives drumming lessons to a 12 year old Zak Starkey)  a month before his death....

 

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1 minute ago, Stickman said:

Who said the drink and the drugs don’t work....

Keith Moon aged 32 turning up at a Who exhibition (In which he coincidentally gives drumming lessons to a 12 year old Zak Starkey)  a month before his death....

 

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Although he looks a bit of a state there, I think he was pretty sober the last couple of months. He was on that drug (which killed him) that made you feel like shite if you had more than two or three drinks.

 

I read Annette's book recently (The Last Four Years) & other than a couple of really funny stories, it was really quite sad. He went for an audition with Sam Peckinpah or someone like that, absolutely off his tits & started doing handstands in his office, that bit was funny but Annette said it was absolutely horrendous for her sitting there.

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'Been listening to a lot of Procol Harum & BJ Wilson was a great drummer. He also played on Joe Cocker's version of A Little Help From My Friends.

 

 

 

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