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    Drummers - What is your favorite cover song to play?

  • #2
    Currently, Paranoid by GFR.


    • #3

      Just get out of quarantine?


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      • #4

        Wow! Virtually impossible to narrow it down to one tune........................

        "If you can't SAY something with your instrument, try sellin' cars."-
        The late, great Tony Williams

        — Sonor Designer Maple shell (heavy) 8 pc. for studio
        — Premier Genista 7 pc. for live gigs
        — Tama Silverstar "Metro" 4pc. for certain live gigs.
        — Paiste, Bosphorus and Sabian cymbals, depending on what I'm doin'.
        — Small collection of assorted snare drums to suit my mood.


        • coyote-1
          coyote-1 commented
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          Yeah, hard to pick just one. But if I have to name one, it's LedBoots.

      • #5

        "Stuttering Chicken Chases The Epilectic Worm"


        a real crowd pleaser

        <div class="signaturecontainer">I used to have a handle on life, but I gotta jiggle it every now and then.</div>


      • #6

        I should have said what are some of your favorite cover songs to play.  List as many as you want.   Thanks. 


        • cdawg
          cdawg commented
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          i've not played out covers since i was a teen, but sometimes i play along now, for the hell of it:
          any levon helm or faith no more (anything from angeldust or king for a day.) those two drummers just approach things differently. i find it challenging compared to what i'm used to.

      • #7

        really is a whole list! But off the top of my head, Journey, Triumph, Genesis, Phil Collins and so many that I grew up and learned drums on when I was first starting. Or songs I grew up hearing on the radio where I don't have to think of what the next part is, it just comes natural.

        "As in drug rehab? or derhh, I crashes muh motorcycle rehab??" (Cross Eyed Mary) *** One of the founding members of The Geezer Guild***


        • 1001gear
          1001gear commented
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          I love tons- ok maybe pounds of pop/rock tunes but tend to fall asleep to the drumming.

          So Rite of Spring.

          Once thru wears me out so just that one.

      • #8

        Journey, Don't Stop Believing - played correctly with all 4 parts and opposite handed on the hats! :smiley-music021:


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        • 1001gear
          1001gear commented
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          cool story uh, Steve, you said?