SEEKINGVocalist, Lead Guitar, Keyboard.
Self taught, been playing all my life. Have an extensive Premier XPK kit with Zildjian cymbals. Have an electronic kit too. Gig mainly in the Denbighshire, Fflintshire, Chester area. Would enjoy being part of a band that likes to take on a challenge or two in the set list instead of relying on the dated old standards that a few bands insist on playing. Currently drumming for Spitfire Twitch who are looking for a lead guitarist. Get in touch if you are interested.
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- Member since:
- Aug 13 2012
- Active within 2 weeks
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 2-3 nights a week
- Most available:
Simon Phillips, Phil Gould, Ged Lynch, Manu Katche.
Musically I listen to Peter Gabriel, Queen, Mike Oldfield, Thomas Dolby, Kraftwerk, Jean Michel Jarre, Level 42, Art Of Noise and Vangelis amongst others.
- Background Singer:
Premier XPK Acoustic Kit.
3 x 22" Bass Drums
1 x 10" Tom Tom
3 X 12" Tom Toms
2 X 13"Tom Toms
1 x 14" Tom Tom
2 x 16" Floor Toms
2 x 14"Snare Drums
1 x 6" Rototom
1 x 8" Rototom
1 x 10" Rototom
1 x 12" Rototom
4 x 6" Low Pitch Octobans
1 x 8" Zildjian ZBT Splash Cymbal
1 x 8" Zildjian ZXT Splash Cymbal
1 x 10" Zildjian ZXT Splash Cymbal
1 x 14" Zildjian Edge Razor Thin Crash Cymbal
1 x Pair 14" Zildjian Avedis New Beat Hi Hat Cymbals
1 x 16" Zildjian Avedis Paper Thin Crash Cymbal
1 x 16" Zildjian ZBT Crash Cymbal
1 x 18" Zildjian Avedis Brilliant Crash Cymbal
1 x 18" Zildjian Edge Razor Crash Cymbal
1 x 18" Zildjian Avedis Medium Ride Cymbal
1 x 20" Zildjian ZXT Ride Cymbal
1 x 20" Zildjian ZBT Ride Cymbal
1 x 18" Zildjian China Cymbal
2 x Pearl Cowbell
1 x Stagg Tambourine
Five Track number: 14 Year: 1999 Album: Fear Of Fours Genre: Other
The time code of this track doesn't follow 4:4 time. The first time I tried to drum along to it really confused me, but with patience I managed to follow it. I love the haunting keyboard sounds at the start of the track, and as the music builds up it becomes an incredible sound of accoustic bass and drums intermingled with electronic effects. You may recognise it as the theme to one of the BBC Ray Mears Survival programmes.