I have to make a confession.

About Stewart , Superman and other facts.

Poll ended at 04 Feb 2006 03:09

Stewart Copeland is your Superman?
4
25%
Stewart Copeland is your Baby Ruth?
3
19%
Stewart Copeland is your music man?
2
13%
Stewart Copeland is the best drummer of all times?
7
44%
 
Total votes : 16

Postby foxy on 08 Dec 2005 05:54

Yes, for me the author of 'Bombs Away is like a candy bar, a delicious baby ruth, ready to eat him to feel the deep of his music.
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Postby Guest on 08 Dec 2005 19:15

Ummm....yeah.

I wonder what drummers influenced Stewart.
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Postby georgygirl on 08 Dec 2005 22:04

Great question?

Does anyone knows what drummers influenced Stewart Copeland?
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Postby Al on 08 Dec 2005 22:18

Only Stewart could answer.
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Postby Mrs. Gradenko on 09 Dec 2005 00:36

The Gues was me...I forgot to log in.

True, but maybe someone read it somewhere, where he already said it.
“...and er, did anyone try just pushing this little red button?”
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Postby ChrisD on 09 Dec 2005 17:01

Billy Cobham was one.
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Postby BongoBoy on 09 Dec 2005 18:43

...good ole Buddy Rich the King of Kings! and Mick Fleetwood and I read somewhere even Levon Helm (my 2nd fav drummer) had an influence.

Cheers.
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Stewart is....

Postby DarknessTheBest on 09 Dec 2005 21:51

The ONE and ONLY rhythmatist and the best drummer ever existed 8)
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Postby foxy on 19 Dec 2005 05:35

I see rhythmatist could be a cool CD. Hope I can get mine soon.
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Okay

Postby georgygirl on 05 Jan 2006 05:12

Foxy, rigth now you said you got you Message in a Box, and what about with your rhythmatist CD...

Did you get it :?:
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Feelings.

Postby Lady in Red on 10 Jan 2006 15:30

Stewart is....

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The ONE and ONLY Rhythmatist and the best drummer ever existed.

Sure it is.

Oh, I think I love you through your music, or do I mean I love your music?

Anyway, love is in the air.

Ahhh! :wink:
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Postby georgygirl on 22 Jan 2006 17:14

To My Dear Superman:

I love all your musical art expressions.

Few days ago I got your Silent Fall soundtrack and after listened I made this statment to myself:

You are always reaching perfection through your music.

Keep on trucking. :arrow: :arrow: :arrow:
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Postby conroy on 22 Jan 2006 19:31

The period from the early to mid 90's is when I think Stewart did some of his best work, like his scores to Wide Sargasso Sea, Fresh, Rapa Nui and Silent Fall. Even some of the movies he scored that really stank like Airborne and Bank robber had really good scores. And I think it was during this time period that he composed Stalin's Sultry Serenade which is my favorite Copeland compsition thus far. It was also during this time when he started using session muscicians like Judd Miller, Michael Thompson and Rusty Anderson and guest appearances by bass god Stanley Clarke. I hope he digs some of those pieces out of the vault after the Spyro tracks.
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Postby georgygirl on 23 Jan 2006 04:21

Stalins's Sultry Serenade

I get Chill Chill Chill

Extraordinary :!:

I see just selected people could get this joyful with SC Music.

Is hard to understand how real art knowledge face popular crowds.

Socrates taught young students in ancient Greek:

"In real ethic and art knowledge the dominant opinion is not worth anything". (Critón, 44b-49c)

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Postby Guest on 23 Jan 2006 12:59

You could sing"Too much philosophy running through my brain..." :wink:
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