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  1. Boogie Boys A Fly Girl vs Sly Fox Let's Go All the Way [video=youtube;BaNA7cbCHEc]https://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaNA7cbCHEc [video=youtube;X-tYprm1WRo]
  2. I have some old (1960s) "Music Minus One" LPs that are live bands playing jazz with no drummer. Lots of fun. You can find them on ebay. Of course you'd need a turntable. I think you can find them on CD now, probably downloadable too as mp3s. As for MIDI files...why not just get a file with drum tracks, then mute those.
  3. [QUOTE=Red Ant;n32515183]Most of my "80s listening" was "avant-funk/no-wave" ... James Chance & The Contortions, [/QUOTE] :philthumb: Why don't you try being stupid Instead of smart.
  4. No love for Stock, Aitken, & Waterman? I like [I]Showin' Out[/I] (Mel and Kim), but more for the bassline than the production.
  5. But I'll forgive you, since I was just about to post Slave to the Rhythm.
  6. Jam and Lewis! They also produced Janet Jackson, Nasty etc [video=youtube;LIs4a1Sjucg]https://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIs4a1Sjucg
  7. I have a big-drum Ludwig kit. 26-inch kick, 15" rack, and 18" and 20" floor toms. With a 6.5 x14 Supraphonic snare. Here's a studio pic when I was using a 16" floor tom for my rack-tom. [ATTACH=JSON]{"data-align":"none","data-size":"full","data-attachmentid":32513911}[/ATTACH]
  8. Travis Bean Wedge. Just because it looks cool. (I'm a drummer) [ATTACH=JSON]{"data-align":"none","data-size":"full","data-attachmentid":32513881}[/ATTACH]
  9. Roland SH-101. Had to sell it when I got laid-off. I miss it every day,
  10. [QUOTE=gp2112;n32493069] While I wholeheartedly agree, I must say that their run started with Caress of Steel, and followed by: 2112, A Farewell to Kings, Hemispheres and through Signals (Which Subdivisions was on). That seven year period was their greatest era and all of those albums got serious airplay. [/QUOTE] Rush's run started and ended with their first album. IMHO I saw them on the Fly By Night tour, opening for KISS. :)
  11. [QUOTE=Red Ant;n32492600] I went with Lark's Tongue 1st and left off USA, cause its a live record - and awfully recorded and terrible sounding to boot. [/QUOTE] Let's compromise and make it a four-album run. It's just so great to hear Bruford/Wetton play live, even if the sound qulaity is suspect. I just read that Fripp compared their playing to "a flying brick wall."
  12. [QUOTE=gubu;n32492535]S/t Rated R SftD They hit paydirt with those 3. Seminal albums in an admittedly fairly limited genre, that I don't even listen to anymore 😂[/QUOTE] After much QotSA listening, I like the first (s/t) the best.
  13. Controversy 1999 Purple Rain Soundtrack - Prince
  14. Starless and Bible Black Red USA - King Crimson
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