From: polymod on 8 May 2010 12:50
"Glennbo" <vdrumsYourHeadFromYourAss(a)cox.net> wrote in message
> In news:4be587c7$0$20150$607ed4bc(a)cv.net the killer robot "polymod"
> <polymod(a)optonline.net> grabbed the controls of the spaceship
> cakewalk.audio and pressed these buttons...
> >> >> What do you do with five different drum kits and a full set of
> >> >> percussion? Write a drums only song! Hehe, this starts out
> >> >> using nothing but my cocktail kit (the new sampled version),
> >> >> then introduces my normal DW/Superior kit, followed by some
> >> >> percussion, an industrial kit, a phased kit, and a noise maker
> >> >> kit. I call it "Drum Corpse" at:
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >
> >> > Hehe! Drum solos never sounded so good back in the day when people
> >> > did drum solos.
> >> HEHEHEHEeHeHeHeHe . . . Wipeout! <g>
> >> I actually dislike drum solos in general, because they are
> >> usually about technique and dexterity, rather than saying
> >> something musically. I much prefer to play something complicated
> >> with other musicians over taking a solo. That said, I don't mind
> >> the little fill solos you hear in jazz sometimes that are just
> >> a measure or two, then back to the groove.
> > You would love the 'drum solo' by Pip Pyle when he was with National
> > Health. It was sung rather than played:
> > "Phlak
> > Phlakka phlakka phlakaton cash
> > Ker-chaffa, ker-chaffa
> > Oum ka ka oum-er ka kaf dof
> > Flibbet, flibbet, flibbet, flibbet
> > Raka taka raka taka BISH!"
> > http://lyrics.wikia.com/National_Health:Phlakaton
> > (one of my favorite albums btw)
> Hehe, I found this little clip!
Except they cut out the "BISH" at the end.
Excellent album. Dave Stewart takes one of the best keyboard solos ever.
He starts ripping wires out of the Hammond and the guys behind the glass
think he's flipping out. They end up keeping the solo. It's priceless.