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Bernhard 07-22-2007 02:09 PM

Video: Simon Phillips
From the new Double DVD from Alfred.

Great stuff from the Videos in the 90ties....

Solo - V8 - Harlem Nights - Cosmos.....Snare - Doublebass....




T.Underhill 07-22-2007 08:29 PM

Re: Video: Simon Phillips
I've seen a couple of those. Great sound on those vids and I love his technique. My octobans never sound that good!

Drummer Karl 07-22-2007 11:54 PM

Re: Video: Simon Phillips
Whoaaa! I love Simon. haha...
Especially "Harlem Nights" and "Cosmos" impressed me and the keyboard in Cosmos reminded me pretty much on Toto`s progressive tunes.

Amazing what he does.

thanks so much for these vids!!


Robin 07-23-2007 09:41 PM

Re: Video: Simon Phillips
Amazing how Simon play the ride SO well with both his right and left arm on 'Harlem Nights'.

montxo 07-24-2007 03:55 PM

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Mister Simon Phillips [ is he a beginner? :) ], he has a total ambidexterity..extraterrestrial level

thanks for all the vids.

hateplow 07-24-2007 09:02 PM

Re: Video: Simon Phillips
Great videos.
I especially like the tama spandex tucked inside of his tube socks.

rockitman 07-25-2007 02:38 PM

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I got to play before Toto in Milwaukee last year. Everyone of them were very nice.
Best thing about it was sitting behind Simon during his set. He is a master of musicianship on drumset.

slingerland755 09-08-2007 04:24 AM

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I was hanging out at Atlanta Discount Music in the late eighties when I looked up and saw a poster advertising that Simon Phillips was going to be there in clinic. I was currently into Rocks, Pebbles & Sand by Stanly Clarke (great album with Simon), so I was stoked. I looked up and it just so happened to be that day...in the next hour. I paid 3 dollars (which also included 3 kegs). So I sat there and drank beer while sitting directly behind Simon for 2 incredible hours. He went from drum tuning to style, technique, odd time etc...Rod Morgenstein just happened to stop by to check it out as well. I wish that was my Groundhog day.

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