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tamadrummer132 07-08-2007 08:57 PM

and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
hey bernhard.

I know you got alot on your plate, but i have to make a suggestion here.

I hate it when you put ...and many more after the bands played in by the drummers.
It makes it seem cheesy and unrealistic, but hey, its just a suggestion.

Michael G 07-08-2007 09:28 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
A very picky one. Was this really necessary?

fourstringdrums 07-08-2007 09:31 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by tamadrummer132 (Post 332883)
hey bernhard.

I know you got alot on your plate, but i have to make a suggestion here.

I hate it when you put ...and many more after the bands played in by the drummers.
It makes it seem cheesy and unrealistic, but hey, its just a suggestion.

He can't list EVERY band that a drummer has played with in a lot of cases. If they have played with "many more" bands or artists than are listed, why not put that? Cheesy is debatable, but unrealistic? If they HAVE played with many more, how is it unrealistic?

maddrummr 07-08-2007 09:41 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
well i'm sure if he were to change this he could use some help.

You seem willing

Bernhard 07-14-2007 10:57 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
...and many more: yes I know, sometimes cheesy, but how do otherwise?

Only the most important - or all? Any help given by the drummers themself very appreciated - some do so. and also every help to fill up the list: appreciated. Please send in the list in alphabetical order with last name.

Here just a test - who knows who is this (guy with most credits of all)::

played and performed with:

Michael Jackson
Quincy Jones
Lionel Richie
Rolling Stones
Earth, Wind & Fire
The Commodores
Pointer Sisters
George Benson
George Duke
Herbie Hancock
Ella Fitzgerald
The Crusaders
Chuck Mangione
Barbra Streisand
Rod Stewart
Johnny Mathis
Cheryll Ladd
Yellow Jackets
Luther Vandros
Deniece Williams
The Jacksons
Joe Sample
Jean Luc Ponti
Jeffrey Osborne
Aretha Franklin
Earl Klugh
Barry White
The Carpenters
Al Jarreau
Freddie Hubbard
Milt Jackson
Gladys Knight & The Pips
Dizzy Gillespie
Gino Vannelli
Smokey Robinson
Roberta Flack
Bobby Womack
Dolly Parton
Michael Mcdonald
Michael Sembello
Neil Diamond
Patrice Rushen
De Barge
James Ingram
Patti Austin
Cheryl Lynn
Julio Iglesias
Dionne Warwick
Diana Ross
Chaka Khan
Prince
Chicago
Irene Cara
Jennifer Holiday
Peabo Bryson
Christopher Cross
Claus Ogerman
Michael Beecker
Donna Summer
David Sanborne
Stix Hooper
Lee Ritenour
Neil Larsen
B. B. King
The Memphis Horns
Joe Pass
Herb Alpert
Gato Barbieri
Stanley Clarke
Marlena Shaw
Paul Horn
Lalo Schiffrin
Burt Bacarach
Billy Preston
Nancy Wilson
Liza Minelli
Elton John
Sadao Watanabe
Larry Carlton
Shirley Bassey
Rufus
Patti Brooks
Demis Roussos
Rodney Franklin
Paul Kelly
Savannah Band
Norman Connors
Ney Matogrosso
Booker T.
L.T.D.
Tina Marie
Gloria Gaynor
Jeff Lober
Michel Colombie
Gene Page
Curtis Mayfield
Le Maccan
Kenny Loggins
Janet Jackson
Paul Anka
Phillip Bailey
Ramsey Lewis
Seawind
Ahmad Jamal
Bobby Lyle
Larry Graham
Dalilah
Gap Mangione
Rockie Robbins
Allen Toussaint
Phillip Mitchell
Mystic Merlin
Rene & Angela
Greg Philliganes
Johnny Guitar Watson
Henry Mancini
T. Connection
Taste Of Honey
Stanley Turrentine
Patty Weaver
Peaches & Herb
Carole Bayer Sager
The Four Tops
Madonna
Miles Davis
Peaces & Dreams
Belinda Carlisle
Level 42
Bob Seger
Breakfast Club
Amanda
Sarah Vaughan
Melissa Manchester
Andre Crouch
Anita Baker
Trini Lopez
Dianne Reeves
Richard Marx
Jermaine Jackson
Sting
Rita Lee
Stan Getz
Tracy Chapman
Wilson Phillips
Linda Ronstadt
Bonnie Raitt
Paula Abdul
Robbie Nevil
Whitney Houston
Toto
Natalie Cole
Phil Collins
JoÃo Gilberto
David Foster
Andy Taylor
Jose Feliciano
Tania Maria
Imperial
Henry Salvadore
Sergio Mendes
Pia Isadora
Average White Band
The Jets
Brenda Russell
Atlantic Starr
George Howard
Michael Bolton
Kenny G
John Patitucci
Gerald Albright
Jennifer Warnes
Toots Thielemans
Little River Band
John Denver
Temptations
Amy Grant
Charo
Ronnie Laws
Patti Labelle
Gloria Branigan
Frankie Valli
Hiroshima
Djavan
Jose Jose
Living In A Box
Oscar Castro Neves
Jelly Bean Benitez
Cruzados
America
Angela Bonfill
Stephanie Mills
Pat Coil
Roberto Carlos
Bill Medley
Vesta Williams
J. T. Taylor
Cher
Ivan Lins
Babyface
Bill Whithers
Vanessa Williams
Seal
Spinners
Bette Midler
Dori Caymmi
Ricky Martin
Jorge Ben
Willie Nelson
Veronique Riviere
Boys Club
Lenny White
Susan Osborn
Ernestine Anderson
Gap Band
Luis Miguel
Jon Secada
Ann Nesby
Joe Cocker
Rosemary Clooney
Edu Lobo
Josee Koning
Randy Newman
Mark Portman
Eagles
Maria Bethania
Celine Dion
TLC
JoÃo Bosco
Marcus Miller
Dave Koz
Patti Coil
Howard Hewet
Art Porter
Doc Severinsen
Ronald Isley
Keith Washington
Jody Watley
Air Supply
Bill Cunliff
Boney James
Bill Sharpe
Jonathan Butler
Julio Iglesias Jr.
Bob James
Chayanne
Jojo Alves
Walter Becker
Paul Jackson
Mindy Mccready
Bridge
Cachao
Bobby McFerrin
Enrique Iglesias
Karyn White
Nino Buonocore
Joe Satriani
Bob Dylan
Stanley Turrentine

...and many more.. including spots for Coke, Pepsi, GM, Apple, Ford, Ferrari, Jaguar

Thanks, Bernhard

fijjibo 07-14-2007 11:22 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
lol

Knowing you Bernhard its probably Steve Gadd.



Or perhaps even every Drummer on the Drummerworld site?

Bernhard 07-14-2007 11:35 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
no - not Steve Gadd.

But this creditlist is reality!!

Bernhard

fijjibo 07-14-2007 11:57 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Erm, in that case....

Omar Hakim?

Keith Carlock?

Steve Ferrone?

Gary Chester?

Bernhard 07-14-2007 12:03 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Hmmm... Keith Carlock: a bit young for this creditlist - so no!!! Gary Chester the teacher??!!! = NO

the others too: no...

Before you give a random answer: check out the creditlist at Drummerworld...there you see if it's the one...


Bernhard

fijjibo 07-14-2007 12:07 PM

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This is fun!!! EDIT: oh, sorry, ill use the credlist to check next time....

Ok, how about:

Panama Francis?

Phill Collins?

Jeff Porcaro?

Elvin Jones?

Kenny Aranoff?

Sheila E?

lol, I could go on forever....

fijjibo 07-14-2007 12:22 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
GOT IT!!!!


edited:
Bernhard says:
yes you're right CONGRATULATIONS - just want to make the others search also a little bit!!

The game is:

PLEASE TELL, IF YOU FOUND IT, BUT DON'T TELL THE NAME.....

Bernhard

Latin Groover 07-14-2007 12:56 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
I think i know. Is it the G_ _o_e/M_ _t_r?

...mmm cryptic...

Bernhard 07-14-2007 01:17 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Latin Groover (Post 335306)
I think i know. Is it the G_ _o_e/M_ _t_r?

...mmm cryptic...

No - I don't think so.

...if you think you have it: check out the DW-Page and check the credits....then you know.

Bernhard

Latin Groover 07-14-2007 01:28 PM

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aahhh i got no idea then. Guess ill have to do it the proper way. And Bernhard that is a killer post to have 'double posted' on.

Ozzy Biz 07-14-2007 01:28 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by tamadrummer132 (Post 332883)
hey bernhard.

I know you got alot on your plate, but i have to make a suggestion here.

I hate it when you put ...and many more after the bands played in by the drummers.
It makes it seem cheesy and unrealistic, but hey, its just a suggestion.

Maybe someone should get outside a little more often and this wouldn't seem like such a big issue.

ghuyuiq 07-14-2007 03:05 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
I know it:

P**l**** D* **s**

rendezvous_drummer 07-14-2007 07:15 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
I'm 75% sure that I have the answer...

Michael G 07-14-2007 07:35 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Whoops I mean I know the answer and that is it. : o

jonescrusher 07-14-2007 07:53 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ghuyuiq (Post 335338)
I know it:

P**l**** D* **s**



Ah yes, him and his funny drum are great on the Harvey Mason clip with Lee Ritenour, great clip.

Latin Groover 07-15-2007 03:37 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Ding Ding Ding!









. 20202020

jazzin' 07-16-2007 12:38 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
That's a mighty large and amazingly varied list of credits! Great Brazilian player.

stasz 07-18-2007 05:30 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
It's people! Soylent Green is people!

YEM

P.S. I do know who it is.

ghuyuiq 07-29-2007 09:09 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
So Bernhard, do I get a price now?
Maybe you could send me a DVD from your collection or something...
Just kidding :p

drum.lad 07-30-2007 08:01 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
i know damn that is an impressive list of credits. ps my uncle had to help me

jim314 05-15-2008 07:41 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Ricky Lawson.............

divingdrummerdean 05-23-2008 07:34 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
P**l**** D* **s** Wow! I had no idea.

When I looked at the first 3 names on the list, I immediately thought, "John Robinson!!" .

Victor_se 05-26-2008 10:59 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Woooooohohoho!

Maybe it's a little Late, but I Found That Guy!

Impressive List!!

Tutin 05-29-2008 04:31 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Thought I had it, and I was right. :D

Royal 05-29-2008 07:27 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Bernhard (Post 335287)
...and many more: yes I know, sometimes cheesy, but how do otherwise?

Only the most important - or all? Any help given by the drummers themself very appreciated - some do so. and also every help to fill up the list: appreciated. Please send in the list in alphabetical order with last name.

Here just a test - who knows who is this (guy with most credits of all)::

played and performed with:

Michael Jackson
Quincy Jones
Lionel Richie
Rolling Stones
Earth, Wind & Fire
The Commodores
Pointer Sisters
George Benson
George Duke
Herbie Hancock
Ella Fitzgerald
The Crusaders
Chuck Mangione
Barbra Streisand
Rod Stewart
Johnny Mathis
Cheryll Ladd
Yellow Jackets
Luther Vandros
Deniece Williams
The Jacksons
Joe Sample
Jean Luc Ponti
Jeffrey Osborne
Aretha Franklin
Earl Klugh
Barry White
The Carpenters
Al Jarreau
Freddie Hubbard
Milt Jackson
Gladys Knight & The Pips
Dizzy Gillespie
Gino Vannelli
Smokey Robinson
Roberta Flack
Bobby Womack
Dolly Parton
Michael Mcdonald
Michael Sembello
Neil Diamond
Patrice Rushen
De Barge
James Ingram
Patti Austin
Cheryl Lynn
Julio Iglesias
Dionne Warwick
Diana Ross
Chaka Khan
Prince
Chicago
Irene Cara
Jennifer Holiday
Peabo Bryson
Christopher Cross
Claus Ogerman
Michael Beecker
Donna Summer
David Sanborne
Stix Hooper
Lee Ritenour
Neil Larsen
B. B. King
The Memphis Horns
Joe Pass
Herb Alpert
Gato Barbieri
Stanley Clarke
Marlena Shaw
Paul Horn
Lalo Schiffrin
Burt Bacarach
Billy Preston
Nancy Wilson
Liza Minelli
Elton John
Sadao Watanabe
Larry Carlton
Shirley Bassey
Rufus
Patti Brooks
Demis Roussos
Rodney Franklin
Paul Kelly
Savannah Band
Norman Connors
Ney Matogrosso
Booker T.
L.T.D.
Tina Marie
Gloria Gaynor
Jeff Lober
Michel Colombie
Gene Page
Curtis Mayfield
Le Maccan
Kenny Loggins
Janet Jackson
Paul Anka
Phillip Bailey
Ramsey Lewis
Seawind
Ahmad Jamal
Bobby Lyle
Larry Graham
Dalilah
Gap Mangione
Rockie Robbins
Allen Toussaint
Phillip Mitchell
Mystic Merlin
Rene & Angela
Greg Philliganes
Johnny Guitar Watson
Henry Mancini
T. Connection
Taste Of Honey
Stanley Turrentine
Patty Weaver
Peaches & Herb
Carole Bayer Sager
The Four Tops
Madonna
Miles Davis
Peaces & Dreams
Belinda Carlisle
Level 42
Bob Seger
Breakfast Club
Amanda
Sarah Vaughan
Melissa Manchester
Andre Crouch
Anita Baker
Trini Lopez
Dianne Reeves
Richard Marx
Jermaine Jackson
Sting
Rita Lee
Stan Getz
Tracy Chapman
Wilson Phillips
Linda Ronstadt
Bonnie Raitt
Paula Abdul
Robbie Nevil
Whitney Houston
Toto
Natalie Cole
Phil Collins
JoĆo Gilberto
David Foster
Andy Taylor
Jose Feliciano
Tania Maria
Imperial
Henry Salvadore
Sergio Mendes
Pia Isadora
Average White Band
The Jets
Brenda Russell
Atlantic Starr
George Howard
Michael Bolton
Kenny G
John Patitucci
Gerald Albright
Jennifer Warnes
Toots Thielemans
Little River Band
John Denver
Temptations
Amy Grant
Charo
Ronnie Laws
Patti Labelle
Gloria Branigan
Frankie Valli
Hiroshima
Djavan
Jose Jose
Living In A Box
Oscar Castro Neves
Jelly Bean Benitez
Cruzados
America
Angela Bonfill
Stephanie Mills
Pat Coil
Roberto Carlos
Bill Medley
Vesta Williams
J. T. Taylor
Cher
Ivan Lins
Babyface
Bill Whithers
Vanessa Williams
Seal
Spinners
Bette Midler
Dori Caymmi
Ricky Martin
Jorge Ben
Willie Nelson
Veronique Riviere
Boys Club
Lenny White
Susan Osborn
Ernestine Anderson
Gap Band
Luis Miguel
Jon Secada
Ann Nesby
Joe Cocker
Rosemary Clooney
Edu Lobo
Josee Koning
Randy Newman
Mark Portman
Eagles
Maria Bethania
Celine Dion
TLC
JoĆo Bosco
Marcus Miller
Dave Koz
Patti Coil
Howard Hewet
Art Porter
Doc Severinsen
Ronald Isley
Keith Washington
Jody Watley
Air Supply
Bill Cunliff
Boney James
Bill Sharpe
Jonathan Butler
Julio Iglesias Jr.
Bob James
Chayanne
Jojo Alves
Walter Becker
Paul Jackson
Mindy Mccready
Bridge
Cachao
Bobby McFerrin
Enrique Iglesias
Karyn White
Nino Buonocore
Joe Satriani
Bob Dylan
Stanley Turrentine

...and many more.. including spots for Coke, Pepsi, GM, Apple, Ford, Ferrari, Jaguar

Thanks, Bernhard

---------------------------

Errr..........Ringo?

I'll get my coat.

Bernhard 11-20-2008 01:37 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Paulinho da Costa

thats the name....

Bernhard

trkdrmr 11-20-2008 02:01 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
I thought it was Hal Blaine.

Deathmetalconga 11-20-2008 07:17 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by trkdrmr (Post 503669)
I thought it was Hal Blaine.

That's what I would have guessed. In the US, he is doubtless the most-heard drummer ever and his single-headed drums the most recorded ever.

Ian Williams 11-20-2008 07:26 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
Bernhard, thanks. Very interesting about Paulinho da Costa.

I was thinking on Tommy Aldridge and his freelance work with:
Whitesnake
Ted Nugent
Aerosmith
Ozzy Osbourne
Black Oak
Arkansas
John Sykes
Thin Lizzy
Yngwie Malmsteen
Pat Travers
James Mangrum
Jake E. Lee
Stan Knight
Pat Daugherty
Rudy Sarzo
Ricky Reynolds
Max Norman
Don Airey
Randy Rhoads
Bob Daisley
Jimmy Henderson
Pat Thrall
Ruby Starr
Pete Cowling
Jake E. Lee
Michael Shrieve
Gary Moore
House of Lords

Cheers,

crdirtRider856 11-22-2008 02:14 PM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
*Cracks up*, I was soo happy to see the name "Level 42" mentioned... Good stuff B!

DrummerDavid 11-30-2008 11:17 AM

Re: and many more...a message to bernhard.
 
and many more

For some reason-I want to sing that phrase when I read it.


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