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Sakae2xBopster

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We used to go see the Divynls when they were a new band in Oz.. Chrissy ...Legend..
Didn't realize until I looked that "Human on the Inside" was produced by Charley Drayton. No wonder the drums are so great on Chrissy A's version!!!

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Xstr8edgtnrdrmrX

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got the "mid school" death metal going here today

 

Sakae2xBopster

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A little PJ Harvey. Rob Ellis' amazing drumming is always spot on.
 

GetAgrippa

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Sakae2xBopster

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Why? To satisfy your desire for the perfect blend of folksy clean cut with hard edged rocker under 80
One morning in 1979 or 1980 I was sitting in a pew during the Sunday service at St. Stephens Uniting Church in Sydney, Australia. I thought it was odd that people were turning around to have a look at me, trying to be unobtrusive, but staring nonetheless. After some time I looked over my right shoulder and, sure enough, Pat Boone was sitting right behind me. Had a good yarn with him after the service, truly a nice guy. Just today I saw him on TV in a BathFitter commercial. He still looks pretty good.
 

SomeBadDrummer

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One morning in 1979 or 1980 I was sitting in a pew during the Sunday service at St. Stephens Uniting Church in Sydney, Australia. I thought it was odd that people were turning around to have a look at me, trying to be unobtrusive, but staring nonetheless. After some time I looked over my right shoulder and, sure enough, Pat Boone was sitting right behind me. Had a good yarn with him after the service, truly a nice guy. Just today I saw him on TV in a BathFitter commercial. He still looks pretty good.

That is a great story! I have to give you kudos- not many people will travel that far to meet a celebrity no matter how nice they might be.

Pat Boone has quite an interesting story too...and talk about staying power. A couple of years ago he was forced to retire from the Senior Olympic 80-84 basketball team because of turning 85. But after listening to some of his metal covers I think I'll stick to the original artist :)
 

Drumolator

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I am listening to drummer Carl Allen's album Testimonial. It is jazz from 1995. Peace and goodwill.
 
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