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Thread: Neil Peart Wins "Drummer Of The Year" Second Time in "Drummies 2008"

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    Registered User SkinnyDevil's Avatar
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    Cool!
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    Neil Peart and Bill Ward was why i started drumming in the first place. That's really cool that he's still up on top of his game after all these years.

    *off to dig out his copy of 2112*

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    Oh, man....memories!

    I wore out several copies of "2112" (I had it on cassette). I need to get it on disc....

    "Mystic Rhythms" is still one of my favorite drum-centric peices of all time.
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    I bought a Roland Space Echo once upon a time just so I could play "2112." It was analog, and had a tape loop in it. Man, I miss that thing.


    "We'd like to do for you side one from our latest album... This is called '2112.'" Bdant... da da daaaaaaa.... dant, da da dant...
    "If a child learns which is jay and which is sparrow, he'll no longer see birds nor hear them sing."

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    Man...more memories! I had a tape echo long ago, but I'm not even sure what happened to it. I also had the coolest little amp with spring reverb. Used to kick it on-stage for both the visual & sonic effect (hahaha!!!).

    Don't forget side 2, which had great songs like "Tears", "Twilight Zone", & "Passage to Bangkok"!
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    oh that cool!

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