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Old 03-12-2006, 08:50 PM
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I think there is a hint of double bass work in "Oysterhead", but I think double bass work would be out of place in the landscape of the Police.

But listen to "Voices in My Head" from Zenyatta Mondatta and you will hear fast bass work done gracefully with just one pedal.
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Old 03-17-2006, 08:38 AM
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He is an outstanding musician IMO. He gives the songs so much drive! He is both powerful and elaborate. Some drummers I really love listening to, and he's definitely one of them... to say he's "tasteful" would be a massive understatement.
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Old 03-19-2006, 08:11 AM
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here's a link to a recent rolling stone interview about the new dvd

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Old 03-20-2006, 02:08 AM
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Oysterhead are cood, nice grooves.
right 'in the pocket!'

i think he works very well with Les Claypool, which is good going by anyones standards!
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Old 03-24-2006, 02:17 AM
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Hey I'm new here and I was wondering has anyone ever seen Stewart do an open solo....I think hes an incredible groove master but I've never seen him solo...not that it takes away from his skill but he does do alot of hi-hat overdubbing in the studio and though it sounds good live its not the same....
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Old 03-24-2006, 03:00 AM
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I remember reading an article with him saying that he hated taking solos and had never done one in his career, but I here's something close. Im pretty sure this video has already been posted on here, but it's cool anyways. http://www.stewartcopeland.co.uk/videomonserratst.html
He does some slick stuff in the beginning, I really admire his approach.
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Old 03-24-2006, 06:36 PM
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I picked up the 1984 Police Synchronicity Live DVD last night and it was awesome. I have always loved his playing and new got to see them live, but I was amazed at how hard he hit his kit I loved it. I love watching drummers lay into their kits but do it in a way were they are composed and playing great stuff. I love his grooves and the sound of his kit!
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Old 03-25-2006, 01:38 AM
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Yeah, that's an awesome dvd, I love when they play the theme from "Bonanza".
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Old 03-28-2006, 05:38 PM
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I remember reading an article with him saying that he hated taking solos and had never done one in his career, but I here's something close. Im pretty sure this video has already been posted on here, but it's cool anyways. http://www.stewartcopeland.co.uk/videomonserratst.html
He does some slick stuff in the beginning, I really admire his approach.
Thanks man....
I love his power and speed but I don't think he's much of a solo player...
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Old 04-05-2006, 02:01 AM
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Copeland boggles my mind with all of his shuffling and rim clicks. I havent really heard any amazing bass drum work but his hands compensate.
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Old 05-02-2006, 11:51 PM
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does he perform drums on a regular basis. i know that the police have broken up and that he composes soundtracks for movies, videogames, etc. I think it would be really cool to see him play. does anybody know if will ever perform publically anytime soon. that would be cool if he did.
PS. when i mean on a regular basis, i mean does he perform publicly on a regular basis (in front of an audience) i'm pretty sure he practices his ass off in privacy.
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Old 05-04-2006, 02:14 PM
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Love this guy, fantastic drummer... first time i heard the police i was hooked. bring on the night i think it was. live track.. i love the deepth of HIS octobans live.. why is that his octobans are so deep live, on the new live dvd, and on driven to tears live from france, compared to others octobans?
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Old 05-07-2006, 10:28 PM
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Can anyone tell me what the snare pattern is that Stuart plays at the beginning of No Time This Time? Too fast for Igor to pick out.

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Old 07-26-2006, 11:57 PM
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hi,by overall stewart still the main influence.actually the police sound always new,the first thing i've loved is his flams with this high tuned snare and his ride sound,very penetrating swing and infinitly musical.this is rare for me to heard swing on the ride in rock like we get in jazz.what's interesting is the space between the notes,the place according to each note especially on the bass drum;always though the swing.he wrote an half of reggatta de blanc and still the best album that is the much sold.what make something to art is how it can be universal,it can get everyone and through the years.i think that what he has done.
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Old 11-13-2006, 07:13 PM
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Check this video out!

A tribute band's dream come true!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8G496auOPQ
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Old 11-16-2006, 02:40 AM
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Anybody know how his MD fest 06 performance went??
Hope it comes out on DVD...
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Old 11-30-2006, 09:08 AM
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Love this guy, fantastic drummer... first time i heard the police i was hooked. bring on the night i think it was. live track.. i love the deepth of HIS octobans live.. why is that his octobans are so deep live, on the new live dvd, and on driven to tears live from france, compared to others octobans?
It may be backline gear...rented from a music store or he may have had more than one set of octabans. One of my friends was a Tama endorsee and he said that it was incredible the amount of gear they used to give him. This is mostly due to the rigors of the road. If you have a snare stand break, you can't really down to the music store at 10:00 pm and get another one while in the middle of a concert.


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Old 11-30-2006, 09:10 AM
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His use of textures in his playing was great...also, I don't recall any other albums with delay effect on the kick drum or on the hi hats. This may be groundbreaking.

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Old 11-30-2006, 03:38 PM
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[quote=TopCat;89633]For those in the UK, Stewart is currently judging a singing reality TV thing..called 'Just the 2 of us' or something. It's where b-list celebs sing in pairs blahblahblah. I was disappointed he went on the show..its just cheesey crap...they must be paying him a bundle.

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Man that is how I felt when Jason Newstead did the whole Rock Star show. I can not look at him the same....at least he got some cred back by leaving the band before the tour. At least Stewart is judging and not playing the drums for a crap ass tv show band. Copeland still rules!!!
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Old 12-04-2006, 04:25 PM
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Anybody know how his MD fest 06 performance went??
Hope it comes out on DVD...
Just wondering do you know of any videos/dvd's of which copeland appears on apart from the obviouse police related stuff?
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Old 12-09-2006, 08:25 PM
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His use of textures in his playing was great...also, I don't recall any other albums with delay effect on the kick drum or on the hi hats. This may be groundbreaking.

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Nope, he was heavily influenced by reggae and dub, both of which use effects on the drums, especially dub.
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Old 12-12-2006, 10:53 PM
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i know copeland did the original burn 4 you song by the police, by has anyone seen the live performance of that song with omar hakim (its on drummerworld under omar hakim.. is it recorded or is that the only clip i can see of omar hakim play burn for you? is there more more omar hakim stuff being recorded with the police?

stewart copeland drums well on alot of the songs ... for instance Message in a bottle... but i think omar hakim did better with the police then copeland
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Old 12-13-2006, 05:43 PM
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i know copeland did the original burn 4 you song by the police, by has anyone seen the live performance of that song with omar hakim (its on drummerworld under omar hakim.. is it recorded or is that the only clip i can see of omar hakim play burn for you? is there more more omar hakim stuff being recorded with the police?

stewart copeland drums well on alot of the songs ... for instance Message in a bottle... but i think omar hakim did better with the police then copeland
as far as i know omar never played with the police.. the concert burn for you, is from, is from the first concert sting did alone. called bring on the night.
and btw copeland IS the police !! :D hes the best
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Old 12-14-2006, 10:47 PM
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Just wondering do you know of any videos/dvd's of which copeland appears on apart from the obviouse police related stuff?
Hopefully MD fest thats commin in Feb 2007...
Also check out the RumbleFish soundtrack....
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How is it that I've never commented on the Stewart Copeland thread? He was my primary influence when I first started drumming, and I know I am not nearly alone in that. My first pro-level kit was a Tama Imperialstar, which is what Copeland used for a while with The Police. I'm sure Tama sold a lot of Imperialstar kits based on this association.

Here's a guy who is just a great musician, who absorbs music from different places and genres, churns it around in his brain, and translates it into his own unique and innovative style. He's one of those guys who has such a distinctive sound, you recognize it immediately when you hear it. And yes, he was integral to the success of The Police. The band would never have existed without him.
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Heard anything about a Police Reunion coming in 2007? It'd be great to see Stewart jammin' out live with The Police again.
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Police reunion rumors reaching fever pitch
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By Jonathan Cohen

NEW YORK (Billboard) - Rumors are swirling that the Police will reunite for 2007 dates in England and the United States, which would be the rock trio's first since disbanding in 1986.

Sources told Billboard.com the reports -- in the British press -- were legitimate, but they would not publicly comment until final details are nearer to completion.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the release of "Roxanne," the single that broke the Police in the United States. In a statement issued last month, A&M Records said, "It is our intention to mark the anniversary by doing something special with the band's catalog of songs. Needless to say, everyone is hopeful the band will support our plans and while early discussions have taken place, nothing has been decided."

Sources say in addition to DVD releases, A&M is planning another multi-disc collection in the vein of 1993's "Message in a Box," which featured the band's complete studio recordings and a handful of rarities.

A Police reunion has been the concert industry's dream for two decades, as it is believed the band could play stadiums internationally should it choose to reunite. But besides an impromptu set at Sting's 1992 wedding to Trudie Styler, the Police's only other post-breakup performance was in celebration of its 2003 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

And while Sting has repeatedly expressed reluctance at reuniting, drummer Stewart Copeland and guitarist Andy Summers have kept the flame alive. This summer, Summers told Billboard he was certain the group could have continued past its 1983 commercial peak with "Synchronicity."

"The more rational approach would have been, 'OK, Sting, go make a solo record, and let's get back together in two or three years,'" he said. "I'm certain we could have done that. Of course we could have. We were definitely not in a creative dry space. We could have easily carried on, and we could probably still be there. That wasn't to be our fate. It went in another way. I regret we never paid it off with a last tour."

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Old 01-13-2007, 06:45 PM
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The band would never have existed without him.
That goes without saying since it was Stewart who put the band together in 1977. However, Sting was also a big part of it, from what Stewart says, he brought most of the musical ideas to the table. I see it as a whole, great musicians came together to make great music. The Police was Andy, Stewart and Sting and would not have been what is was/is any other way - one of the biggest bands ever!

My girlfriend just bought me the Synchronicity Concert Dvd for my birthday and I'm loving it (and her of course.) I just dig the way Copeland looks high and hyperactive on that kit!

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That goes without saying since it was Stewart who put the band together in 1977. However, Sting was the soul (so to say) of the band since, from what Stewart says, he brought most of the musical ideas to the table. I see it as a whole, great musicians came together to make great music. The Police was Andy, Stewart and Sting and would not have been what is was/is any other way - one of the biggest bands ever!

My girlfriend just bought me the Synchronicity Concert Dvd for my birthday and I'm loving it (and her of course.) I just dig the way Copeland looks high and hyperactive on that kit!
That is a fantastic dvd. I can't remember which song exactly, but i remember this great part where copeland is over on his percussion table thing, playing away, and then has to leap back over onto the kit, in time, to continue the song. It cracked me up.
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That is a fantastic dvd. I can't remember which song exactly, but i remember this great part where copeland is over on his percussion table thing, playing away, and then has to leap back over onto the kit, in time, to continue the song. It cracked me up.
If I'm not mistaken that occurs twice, I laughed also. The other funny/weird thing is Sting's trampoline to "pogo" on his side of the stage.
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The other funny/weird thing is Sting's trampoline to "pogo" on his side of the stage.
It's bizarre. All I could think about when I saw him was 'How lazy is that?'
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Have any of you seen the Stewart Copeland documentary "Everyone Stares. The Police Inside Out". It's great and really goes though about how the Police really were. Very interesting.
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It's bizarre. All I could think about when I saw him was 'How lazy is that?'
lol. Yes you could see it that way also!
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Old 01-13-2007, 09:24 PM
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Have any of you seen the Stewart Copeland documentary "Everyone Stares. The Police Inside Out". It's great and really goes though about how the Police really were. Very interesting.
That DVD is great! My drum teacher has had it now for far too long now that you mention it. I really enjoyed seeing that footage from the early days. Now if they would just put out some older concerts on DVD...that would be awesome.
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That goes without saying since it was Stewart who put the band together in 1977. However, Sting was also a big part of it, from what Stewart says, he brought most of the musical ideas to the table. I see it as a whole, great musicians came together to make great music. The Police was Andy, Stewart and Sting and would not have been what is was/is any other way - one of the biggest bands ever!
Indeed, Sting was definitely the primary songwriter. In the documentary "Everyone Stares," Copeland himself acknowledges Sting's brilliance in this area. And as you said, it was Copeland that formed the band, and I was alluding to that fact with my comment, but also that he was integral in shaping the overall sound of The Police.
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If I'm not mistaken that occurs twice, I laughed also. The other funny/weird thing is Sting's trampoline to "pogo" on his side of the stage.
Ha! I had that video too. I had forgotten all about the trampoline. Sting also wore that crazy getup from the Synchronicity 2 video....with all the tattered, colorful ribbons and the tail.
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That DVD is great! My drum teacher has had it now for far too long now that you mention it. I really enjoyed seeing that footage from the early days. Now if they would just put out some older concerts on DVD...that would be awesome.
There are some gems to be found on YouTube. Here's a 30 minute clip of a 1979 Police concert from Beat Club.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xf-s2XIw7vk

Additionally, this user has posted a bunch of clips from another '79 concert at Hatfield Polytechnic.

http://www.youtube.com/profile_videos?user=maxider

(The crowd is more into it at the Hatfield concert.)
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Old 01-14-2007, 09:07 PM
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Indeed, Sting was definitely the primary songwriter. In the documentary "Everyone Stares," Copeland himself acknowledges Sting's brilliance in this area. And as you said, it was Copeland that formed the band, and I was alluding to that fact with my comment, but also that he was integral in shaping the overall sound of The Police.
Absolutely. There is this show over here which goes on at about 00:30 on the franco-german channel (Arte) in which two artists of the same kind (two actors, two musicians, other...) are put together to talk about their art in general, their careers and many other stuff and not too long ago they got together Stewart Copeland and an English violinist (sorry I can not remember his name.)

They were in L.A. dining in Stewart's favorite restaurant and the violinist asked Stewart what he thought about Sting. He answered that even though they had a hard time getting on, he does consider Sting as a friend and that he will always be grateful for the way he changed Andy and his lives. He said many other things concerning Sting, and he always spoke of him with great respect. Stewart came off as a nice, fun guy. I was really happy to see that show.
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Old 01-15-2007, 12:41 AM
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Disco Stu - thank you very much for the links. I am watching the show from the Beat Club. This is great!! Much better footage than I had expected. Thanks Stu!
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Stu, you are the man. Great finds.
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