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In summary: Please Please MeIn summary, Michael McDonald refers to the percussionist Alex van Halen as terrific, and the mashup as the birth of 21st century rock drumming.
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Michael McDonald I keep forgetting and Nate Dogg/Warren G Regulate
 
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Alex van Halen is terrific here. I'd say this was the birth of 21st century rock drumming.
 
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Glee with fusion background for Diana Ross's You Keep Me Hangin On.

 
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Alex van Halen is terrific here. I'd say this was the birth of 21st century rock drumming.

I feel a little guilty because you have made such interesting contributions to my music thread and I did not know what a mash up even was until fairly recently!

I was never a big fan of the medley and this seems like an extension of this so I have little to offer.
They are clever I will give you that.

The tune and chords could go awry quite easily so it obviously takes some imagination and skill to knit these tunes together.

ABBA and Van Halen? Who would have thought!?
I like the drumming on this even though this is not my favourite era for drum sound.

It would be fun to try his kit out full blast!

1960s to 1970s for me, the 1980s everything started to get ultra produced, sure you could hear a lot more but I dot want to hear an ant walking over my floor tom.
I want to hear that Bonham boom! I think Buddy Rich is the only drummer that maintained a realistic drum sound live, he succumbed eventually in the studio.
Where is peaks is matter of taste, 1985 San Francisco, “Mr Drums” is great but there a couple of Jazz festivals with close miking that sound pretty good.
Cologne 1980 is great and Montreal (I think) 1982
 
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Hornbein said:
Glee with fusion background for Diana Ross's You Keep Me Hangin On.


Glee fusion. It actually works.
 
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jimi hendrix and Chrissie Hynde -- Roomful of Mirrors

 
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I cannot listen to any more of these fella. The Ozzy/ Earth Wind and Fire gave me a brain worm. Visually and audio. I cannot risk it again.
My therapist said it will fade.
 
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I cannot listen to any more of these fella. The Ozzy/ Earth Wind and Fire gave me a brain worm. Visually and audio. I cannot risk it again.
My therapist said it will fade.

You are not alone. My first mashup was of of Nat King Cole and Ornette Coleman. I sent it to my hardcore avant guarde musician friend. He said it made him feel as though his brain were melting.

 
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Toyota automobile ad mashed up with Shiina Ringo jazz number.

 
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Telecaster version of Bad Bad Leroy Brown

 
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Jimi Hendrix with Fate Gear. They have a following in Germany.

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Fate Gear

 
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My first fourway.

Edgerunners Cosplay : Kleiner Pixel
Vocals : Nico [Fate Gear - Arashine]
Drone : Brian Eno [Talking Heads - The Overload]
Drums : Eric Slick [Adrian Belew Power Trio - E]

I like the thick atmosphere of Talking Head's The Overload, which is about the Three Mile Island meltdown. Boring though. The sort of thing where once is cool but that's enough for one lifetime. It needed some spiffing up, better singing particularly. Contemporized to refer to the notorious Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, now a pawn in the war. The trap drums evoke a Geiger counter. That's the intent at least.



So what are those lyrics about? Though they sound eastern European they are in Japanese. As far as I can tell the subject is Arashine : current nominee and former member of the archeology platoon, she has a beautiful voice, excellent artistic sense, and a gentle and strong nature. Rescued by an ascendant after experiencing a red tide avalanche with a space station.

So there you go.
 
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Barbieheimer.

It's movies not music but I say we shouldn't be picky 'round here.

 
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Real -- secret trip/Fleetwood Mac -- Dreams

 
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Sabine Hossenfelder/Bootsy Collins

 
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Smiley Yena/ Cream Crossroads

 
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Favorites in one place? How about this

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JFK, Paul Simon, Leonard Cohen, Keith Richards, whose the other guy?
 
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Hornbein said:
JFK, Paul Simon, Leonard Cohen, Keith Richards, whose the other guy?
Chuck Berry
 
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This is supposed to make you feel like you're going nuts.

 
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This is supposed to make you feel like you're going nuts.


REOL/Ozzy Osbourne -- Give Me A Crazy Train

 
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From The Transporter ,4
 
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Alanis Morissette & Joan Jett - Hate Myself For Loving You Oughta Know (DJ Cummerbund Mashup)​

Elaborate!



The self-proclaimed Mashup Messiah. He's got a case.
 
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