PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS FORUM IS TAKEN FROM PREVIOUS VERSION OF QUEEN SONGS SITE.
|PD: Triplets||03 May 2004 18:33|
Can anyone tell me non-Queen song example(s) where they use triplet-based rhythms other than the shuffle beat or the straight ta-ta-ta figure? I admit I can't from the top of my head. I mean stuff like the polirhythms in "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "Black Queen" or that short descending chromatic figure in "Crazy Little Thing".
|1.||Sebastian||04 May 2004 03:01|
It`s harder than you may think at first :) Maybe in some obscure Dream Theatre number. So sad I couldn`t attend their concert last week.
|2.||Bohardy||06 May 2004 14:24|
The main riff to Myxomatosis on Radiohead's Hail To Thief does, and it's a bit of a bitch to play.
|3.||LG||06 May 2004 21:43|
Mentioning Radiohead.... I saw a video of a song which name I forgot. I'm not even sure if it was from Radiohead. The clip is from the wood, sort of animated and the singer looks on small animals having dinner, I think it was a mouse family...
|4.||Bohardy||07 May 2004 11:24|
That's for the song 'There, There' LG, and it is Radiohead. Also from their latest album.
|5.||LG||07 May 2004 21:10|
Thanx Bohardy. I like the powerfull rhythm, but the singer is not my taste at all.