« on: April 12, 2015, 01:45:06 PM »
That's cool David, downloading now and thanks for the link, I will look forward to hearing these very soon :-)
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Good to see you out there and playing
Hi Martyn, yes I got the drum, technically a 16 inch by 24 inch dundun from Africa.
Fforest - funnily enough there was a community Taiko group meeting locally today, but I was out of town - I've emailed them to ask when they next meet.
Drumming is part of my music that generally does not get onto albums, being done for personal pleasure or in ceremonial or meditational settings....
Various Kodo (Including a DVD) - recently got a new drum and looking to develop my drumming
Was 2001 a slab of light hearted entertainment? Hmmmmm...
Analogue kid--from Dynasty (1979) onward, I totally lost interest. Got to see them on 79 tour with original lineup. It was pretty mind blowing. I think even my Dad enjoyed it (one of the best presents he ever gave me, namely because he knew how much I loved them and was willing to take me ). I'd have to say Dressed to Kill from '75 is my favorite album, with Destroyer and the debut self titled one close behind. Not to mention Alive, a legendary live album.
You gotta give them credit for spending two hours putting on the makeup for all those years.
Looks like we're in the minority here. I can understand most negative opinions. I'd call them a guilty pleasure these days. Cheesy, yet oh so good.....
First review of Sector Four by Bert Strolenberg (Sonic Immersion)