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Old 05-14-2011, 08:32 PM
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Default Ian Mosley!

Let's give this legend a credit that he deserves. A great drummer of one of the best ambiental rock bands Marillion. Great style, great chops, has a unique style of filling a lot with triplets and offcourse a catchy smile that just can't get of his face. You just see that he has the time of his life when he is behind the set. Awesome drummer.
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Old 05-16-2011, 06:28 PM
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totally agree - he has a great and totally unique style. When I first started listening to Marillion, I first thought his clock was awful - it sounded like he was speeding up and slowing down. It took me a bit to realize though that he was actually doing a bunch of implied metric modulations with triplets and such. He's cooled off quite a bit over the last few albums, but the earlier Marillion albums were filled with quite a lot of adventurous drumming.

He's also the quintessential example of a guy who doesn't need fancy new gear to sound good. He still records and tours with the same power tom Artstar II kit he's had for like 20 years.
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Old 05-16-2011, 06:42 PM
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He's one of my biggest influences! I couldn't believe the cymbal FX stuff he plays when I first heard it on albums like "Cluthing At Straws" & "Brave". It works so well with the Marillion movement-pieces.

I should add he's also a lovely guy. I met him at a Zildjian event once & got talking - he ended up inviting me down to the soundcheck on the next tour ("This Strange Engine") to show me some cymbal tricks! Incredible. A true gent.
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Old 05-16-2011, 08:51 PM
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Totally agree. I have followed Ian since the "Misplaced Childhood" album. I've stolen alot of chops from him.
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Old 05-17-2011, 02:50 AM
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From Ian Mosley:

Personally, I still donít really know what progressive means. In some peopleís minds if a piece of music is over 10 minutes long, it automatically gets the label of being progressive. I always enjoy playing arrangements kind of in a classical format, which is in movements. To me, music is either good or bad; it doesnít matter what the label is. The kind of progressive label that I donít like is the one that involves lyrics that quote dancing gnomes, Stonehenge and fairytales, etc......

...great album Misplaced Childhood + live album Real to Reel!!!
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Old 05-21-2011, 06:36 PM
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It still amazes me every time I see a Tama catalogue & Ian Moseley is nowhere to be seen in it. He's played their drums for a long time & is a drum icon in my book.
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Old 10-01-2013, 01:37 PM
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Hi guys...does anybody have "This is the 21st Century" drumscore?? I began my drum studies last march and I am still fresh in this "business"...haha...please...
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Old 10-18-2013, 10:34 PM
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He's one of my biggest influences! I couldn't believe the cymbal FX stuff he plays when I first heard it on albums like "Cluthing At Straws" & "Brave". It works so well with the Marillion movement-pieces.

I should add he's also a lovely guy. I met him at a Zildjian event once & got talking - he ended up inviting me down to the soundcheck on the next tour ("This Strange Engine") to show me some cymbal tricks! Incredible. A true gent.
I'm a fan since misplaced childhood. He's also one of my biggest influences. I'd love to some vids on drummerworld.com. But besides I love his work not only within the Marillion-Surrounding but also on Steve Hackets Highly Strung (incredible fills!) and he also drummed on Sally Oldfield Records. Anyway, a cool drummer!
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Old 10-19-2013, 02:08 AM
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The man himself on the drumkit! I like that cymbal set-up...
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Old 12-22-2013, 11:58 PM
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Definitely one of my Top Ten influences, even since Misplaced Childhood in 1985. Got to see them open for Rush on the Power Windows tour, where they played 99% of the album straight through!

Got to meet the whole band a few years later at The Chance in Poughkeepsie, NY, and was keen to talk drums with Ian. He told me the crazy drum pattern in "Incubus" was a paradiddle-diddle(that's the one broken up between a left side ride, right side ride, kick, hi-hat, and toms. The first time I ever heard a quick double-stroke roll on bass drums was at the end of that song on "Real To Reel".

And, for the time Fish was in the band, he was behind a big black Yamaha RC set, which is what I had at the time. Loved his work with Renaissance and Steve Hackett, too!

I definitely nicked a few things from him, like the triplet tom rolls with the offbeat cymbal crashes, as well as the tom ruffs into a crash.

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