Cool... i recorded myself once and it was soul shatteringWell... it's not a very good recording, and I'm comparing it to a recording of me from a year ago so context is important, and, knowing I'm surrounded by a lot of players infinitely more skilled than myself, I am hesitant.
That said, I'm thinking about it.
Actually, between the two recordings there's obvious progress as a drum set user, but, that first recording? Not great.Cool... i recorded myself once and it was soul shattering
...(I'm afraid to ask)...."Yacht Rock"?
Tokyo Tapes is a fabulous live album. Not sure about the aerobic imagery positioning but these guys were tight as a band.I have been listening to old Bee Gee's, ABBA and stuff like that for some reason.
Van Halen 2, Rainbow, Scorpions Tokyo Tapes, Steely Dan....
I also like this old Herb Alpert "Taste Of Honey" album I have.
I popped in some Laurie Anderson a couple days ago too.