|pacojas ||11-21-2012 06:37 PM |
|gidbass ||11-21-2012 06:38 PM |
That was great! Thanks for sharing!
|NYCbassist ||11-21-2012 06:48 PM |
Awesome, I kind of like the way Jeff put his own spin on it.
|Tugboat ||11-21-2012 06:49 PM |
|steelbed45 ||11-21-2012 07:04 PM |
Loved that, thank you. I was impressed with how YYZ translated to a jazz ensemble.
|SactoBass ||11-21-2012 07:09 PM |
And for me, it's always fun to admire how Neil plays each song the same exact way, every time. I don't know any drummer in any other band (other than Alan White of YES) who plays note for note (or should I say beat for beat) every time.
I guess that's why Neil is known as "the professor."
|hdracer ||11-21-2012 07:11 PM |
Yeah and he was the one one playing without a music stand.
|millsbass5 ||11-21-2012 07:17 PM |
Nice!! Excellent arrangement!! Well, it's official. I will now no longer call a soprano saxophone a sissy's instrument. Yes, I was stereotyping them with Kenny G. :bassist:
|j.kernodle ||11-21-2012 07:28 PM |
Jeff shreds the holy bejeezus out of YYZ! now I want to see him do "temple of syrinx" with the vocals!
|Epitaph04 ||11-21-2012 08:12 PM |
Why? Because Neil Peart drummed the crap out of the song with an abridged kit? Because Berlin totally shredded during his brief solos? Because it was a different take on a classic prog track? Because it was at a Buddy Rich memorial/tribute gig?
|Basshappi ||11-21-2012 10:56 PM |
That was awesome!
|cronker ||11-21-2012 11:03 PM |
Is that a soprano sax or a clarinet? Looks like a clarinet to me, and he is totally wailing it!
Always wanted to play clarinet, mebbe I should....
|okcrum ||11-21-2012 11:26 PM |
Soprano player is simply on fire.
Bear in mind this is with what, one run through? That's some playing, stage full of heavyweights. Thanks Roger.
|iridiumrocks ||11-21-2012 11:41 PM |
Very cool! I never thought I would hear a jazz version of any Rush song. This opens the door to many interesting possibilities. Imagine a jazz version of other instrumentals such as Leave That Thing Alone, Where's My Thing, The Main Monkey Business, or La Villa Strangiato. :D
|Plantbrain ||11-22-2012 12:06 AM |
Excellent arrangement, I enjoyed Jeff's version, he was moving the groove good. Neil, you are great. Smooth like a good jazz drummer should be.
|R Baer ||11-22-2012 02:49 AM |
Got to say I really love Jeff's playing on this song. And keep in mind he is sight reading and adding his own flair while doing it. Pretty impressive. Good to see Neil having fun and I'm sure it was a big honor for him to play with the Buddy Rich Orchestra! I thought this was just really fun and I was really surprised by just how well the song worked in this format.
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