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Sibling Revelry
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Back in late 2010 (or early 2011) my younger brother Tom---who played drums professionally for more than two decades---sent me a drum track that he recorded in some studio in Colorado Springs back in the late 1990s. (He apparently was just screwing around while the band was taking a break...)

 

When my old Mac crashed back in late 2011, this track---along with several other gems---was lost to me. To my great joy I was recently able to recover it, and I decided to jam with it old school style.

 

It features some mighty fine “drum hero” soloing by Tom!

 

For some odd reason this has been exceedingly difficult for me to mix, even though there are only Tom's drums, along with my guitar, bass and vocal. Go figure...

 

Anyway, I hope some of you can enjoy this slightly indulgent sampling of fraternal REVELRY (not “rivalry”).

 

🙂

 

PS: The photo is of me (left) & Tom (right) at the Oregon Coast when he visited about four years ago...

 

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9 Responses to “Sibling Revelry”

  1. Amazing snare work. Nice recovery. The mix sounds good on my end and the guitar jam was great. You are both very talented brothers. I call it a tie. I’d pay the ticket price to jump into a time machine and go back to 1990 for awhile.

  2. Just a quick comment off the top of my head. This percussion track reminds me somewhat of some of the energy that Mic Fleetwood put into his. Of course, minus all the grunts and other odd vocal sounds.

  3. THX K.C.!

    Rich: Tom will be very pleased with your **** Fleetwood comparison. He was very hesitant to let me post this because he feels his playing was somewhat sub-par! Can you believe it!

    Oh well…

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Back in late 2010 (or early 2011) my younger brother Tom---who played drums professionally for more than two decades---sent me a drum track that he recorded in some studio in Colorado Springs back in the late 1990s. (He apparently was just screwing around while the band was taking a break...)

 

When my old Mac crashed back in late 2011, this track---along with several other gems---was lost to me. To my great joy I was recently able to recover it, and I decided to jam with it old school style.

 

It features some mighty fine “drum hero” soloing by Tom!

 

For some odd reason this has been exceedingly difficult for me to mix, even though there are only Tom's drums, along with my guitar, bass and vocal. Go figure...

 

Anyway, I hope some of you can enjoy this slightly indulgent sampling of fraternal REVELRY (not “rivalry”).

 

:-)

 

PS: The photo is of me (left) & Tom (right) at the Oregon Coast when he visited about four years ago...

 

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