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I have to make a confession.

PostPosted: 06 Nov 2005 03:09
by georgygirl
Hello Stewart, do you know that you are my SUPERMAN?

PostPosted: 07 Nov 2005 18:06
by Mister Gradenko
LL ?


PostPosted: 08 Nov 2005 07:00
by georgygirl
Are you laughing Mister G?

I supossed that maybe you are laughing because you read post that said -I missed you so much.

Another option is because you are jealous cause Stewart Copeland is my SUPERMAN, and you just laugh before your tears wet your cheeks.


PostPosted: 08 Nov 2005 16:48
by Mister Gradenko
Oh GG..

Is there not room for more than one superman for you?



PostPosted: 09 Nov 2005 01:41
by georgygirl
Well Mister G, seeing you here again, make confusion into my soul.

I don´t know now!

I can think about it.

Maybe yes, I can make more space for another Superman

You have to try and wait, because this fact is not a promise.

is just a maybe.

Don't Box Me In...


PostPosted: 11 Nov 2005 12:55
by Al
I'm sure he's the best drummer of all times!He's ever the number one.
Come back soon Stew


PostPosted: 11 Nov 2005 15:43
by guest
Thanks for your vote Al. You are rigth

PostPosted: 11 Nov 2005 19:57
by Al
Don't mention it.I firmly believe that he's really the best and I hope he'll be back here in Italy soon.Excuse me,but who are you?

PostPosted: 12 Nov 2005 03:06
by jedsoon

i thought his identity was actually the alter ego klark kent??


thank you! thank you very much...

MmMm Monterrey alive.

PostPosted: 12 Nov 2005 06:05
by georgygirl
So jedson is another SUPERMAN just fooling around this board???

Well, looks as an interesting topic to reach.

ba-DUM-bum. These sounds are from a drum machine, isn´t it?

Maybe jedson is another drummer here like my SUPERMAN.

PostPosted: 19 Nov 2005 04:58
by jedsoon
actually, my drumming skills are coming right along. the band have a new practice pad again, including one and a half acoustic kits(s). traditionally i am skittish around acoustic drums, because of the level of practice it takes to master the subtleties of them combined with the general lack of sound diversity as compared to a drum machine or electronic kit.

but, i decided to give 'em a try. i sat down at the kit (we use a big bucket for the throne) and pecked away at each piece. it was daunting, despite being among just close friends. i knew i didn't have the proficiency to get any skillful playing accomplished, so i went for broke and attacked them dave grohl-style, basically just beating the shit out of 'em. it was great! the guys were really surprised and got into it right away. my technique is still lacking, which can only come from hours of dedicated practice, but if we ever end up playing out, i will surely have to get behind the kit for at least a tune or two...

ba DUM bum!


PostPosted: 20 Nov 2005 03:27
by georgygirl

jedson, you are a deep drumer as I see...


What band are you playing???

Yesterday I met a band that plays Police songs.

Is Fall Out; Police experience.

They were playing at Nirvana, a nice club very near from my home, and the ambiance was so amazing.

Still have good Police vibrations into my soul.

Well, they are not my favorite band, but I think its a fine copy of them.


What a night!

PostPosted: 22 Nov 2005 14:42
by Al
Hey Georgygirl,do you like "Deathwish"?There's a very cool Stewart's drumming in that song.


PostPosted: 23 Nov 2005 04:42
by georgygirl
Yes Al, I like Deatwish, and also all Police songs.
But you are right.
This song Deatwish has a special good Police vibration and of course the drums are supersound specially did it from My Superman.


Oh Spyroseductress, I have to confess right now that I am felling like you, inlove with...


Well, never mind, forget about it

PostPosted: 27 Nov 2005 21:35
by Al
I'd like to hear some tracks from Curved Air's "Airborne",to see how Stewart's music has changed during the years.