man that guys voice is like....
...sweet golden honey purring into my ears
Steely Dan Music + White Guy Reggae Band + Drummer/"Singer" = Contract
|Maggot Brain |
Is it bad that I found the old couple standing in the back ground more fascinating than this shirty band? Also, why would you ever need need that many beat machines?
No way, they're definitely the best thing about this.
I was wondering about that the multiple machines, I don't really know the various Yamaha sequencers that well so I don't know if one's a drum machine and the other is the sequencer playing all of the other parts, or if it's two identical sequencers (that's what it looks like to me) but my guess is that they're using the built-in sounds and used two to get more voices.
Looking at it again, the one behind the guitarist (on the right) is a sequencer, the one to the left is the tone module for the electronic drums.
he's playing a bass in this one
so it's an easy mistake, he's clearly got a bass player's personality
|infinite zest |
Steely Dan were Radiohead for the 1970s. There I said it.
Or to be more specific, it goes Steely Dan -> 801 -> Talking Heads -> Radiohead, something like that.
Something that I have to keep reminding myself
Steely Dan=/=Dire Straits
except for when they played songs together:
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