Stats are a way to let people who don't know about drums to have a glimpse on what's going on.I dont understand the point of the stats. He isnt a car, we dont need dyno sheets. What is it trying to determine/say/accomplish?
Pietro, you wanna be impressed? Do one of these reaction/stats videos for Flo Mounier, John Longstreth, or both.
I don't put the same value that you do on versatility as far as genres, but the solo isn't very interesting to me either. He's an amazing drummer but I don't care for all the ostinato. Many great drummers do this, but I don't enjoy listening to it. It seems to inherently promote a lot of other, almost drum corps sounding things which don't do much for me either.Stats for something that is subjective? I don't think the dyno sheets accomplish anything except to waste people's time. Marco is a good drummer with lots of chops. But his playing style occupies a fairly narrow realm of the music world. I put a lot more value on someone's ability to be versatile which allows a player to draw from many different genres. It makes for much more interesting playing. I don't find his playing interesting or inspriational. Just my opinion, which isn't worth anything to anyone but me.