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DJ: Drum performances22 Aug 2004 12:55
Hi guys, what do you think about Roger's best drumming on Queen songs?
Which songs show him at his best according to you?
1.Sebastian 22 Aug 2004 18:41
I would say Dead On Time, and Sweet Lady
2.DJ 22 Aug 2004 19:46
I also heard great drumming on Brighton Rock-Son and Daughter (both early live version above all), Liar (De Lane Studio Version), White Queen, Father to Son, Ogre battle and Great King Rat, what do you think?
3.PD 22 Aug 2004 22:13
Let Me Entertain You and Brighton Rock
4.woody 23 Aug 2004 15:58
Most of the time he gets told what to drum, but mainly all is good, but I like the Intro to Liar, the live Brighton Rock performances including bits in the guitar solo, gradully towards the eighties repetitive drum sequences came in and no uniqueness to it was shown. Its good if you have The Live At Wembley DVD and set the view to Rodger (on disc 2) and watch those few songs that you can and just watch him perform, he's quite good. I like the backing drums in White Queen and The Night Comes Down, with the cymbal rolls. There should be more drum tabs here, just to encourage people to take it up as well.
5.Tea Of Deaky 23 Aug 2004 22:48
Yea Woody Wembley DVD doesn't do him justice though I don't think. Brighton Rock is pretty good though, but I've often wondered how Rodger compares to everyone else out there, like e.g. the VH drummer (the genius who can play drums silently...) By the way does anyone know if Rodger really wuz drunk on the set of Who Wants To Live Forever? I think he looks a bit more merry than Brian, at least...
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