Buddy Rich Tribute Show - London 2012

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Re: Buddy Rich Tribute Show - London 2012

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Re: Buddy Rich Tribute Show - London 2012

Postby amoergosum » Thu Apr 05, 2012 11:44 pm

It's such a pity that Vinnie couldn't make it.

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Re: Buddy Rich Tribute Show - London 2012

Postby Rodge » Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:16 am

amoergosum wrote:It's such a pity that Vinnie couldn't make it.

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Nothing better than that show in 89.
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Re: Buddy Rich Tribute Show - London 2012

Postby LinearDrumma » Fri Apr 06, 2012 7:23 pm

Woulda been pretty cool to have a VC - DW - Gadd reunion...its been almost 25 years since that legendary performance (damn I'm getttin old!)

Gadd was groovin, Vinnie was powerful but Weckl killed em :D
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Re: Buddy Rich Tribute Show - London 2012

Postby Steve Holmes » Fri Apr 06, 2012 7:50 pm

LinearDrumma wrote:Gadd was groovin, Vinnie was powerful but Weckl killed em :D


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Disagree. Vinnie smoked Weck in terms of chops, owning the 32nd note phrasing that Weck didnt really have happening back then.
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Re: Buddy Rich Tribute Show - London 2012

Postby LinearDrumma » Fri Apr 06, 2012 8:46 pm

Steve Holmes wrote:Disagree. Vinnie smoked Weck in terms of chops, owning the 32nd note phrasing that Weck didnt really have happening back then.


I feel ya - no disrespect...I know this is Vinnie's house but DW killed it
Here's my reasons
-I liked Weckl's track better (Mercy,Mercy is one of my BR favs)
-His solos were real tastey with technique, dynamics, hand/foot triplets and that hi=hat/cymabal thingy
-VC's 32nd note flurries were mostly double bass..Dave was singled-up

They all brought their A-game tho :)

Omar was nice too!
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Re: Buddy Rich Tribute Show - London 2012

Postby amoergosum » Fri Apr 06, 2012 11:08 pm

LinearDrumma wrote:Gadd was groovin, Vinnie was powerful but Weckl killed em :D




... ;)
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Re: Buddy Rich Tribute Show - London 2012

Postby cristaples » Fri Apr 06, 2012 11:47 pm

Was this show filmed? can we expect a DVD?
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Re: Buddy Rich Tribute Show - London 2012

Postby Rodge » Sat Apr 07, 2012 2:58 am

Steve Holmes wrote:
LinearDrumma wrote:Gadd was groovin, Vinnie was powerful but Weckl killed em :D


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Disagree. Vinnie smoked Weck in terms of chops, owning the 32nd note phrasing that Weck didnt really have happening back then.


Yeah Steve's right, and LinearDrumma, you must be a real DW's lover for saying this, but it was really funny to read !!! :D :D :D
To me VC was playing like a man, DW like a teenager... :) :) :)
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