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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron: Memorable Drum Beat/Part
PostPosted: Wed February 19, 2020 4:10 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron: Memorable Drum Beat/Part
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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron: Memorable Drum Beat/Part
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Royalearth wrote:
This question has come to mind since I keep seeing the comment that Matt Cameron is a bad drummer, and that is:

Has Matt ever created a memorable drum beat or drum part? I can't think of any of the top of my head unlike for Dave Kruzen (Why Go), Dave Abbruzzese (take your pick), Jack Irons (Who You Are, Sky I Scrape).


Anything in between
Hitchhikers
Puzzle and Game
Sweet Lew
Thunderclap
Grievance
Sleight of Hand
Can't Keep
Save You
HelpHelp
Marker in the sand
Gonna See My Friend
Got Some

And whats Dave A memorable drum part besides the looped one on WMA?


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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
PostPosted: Wed February 26, 2020 3:46 pm 
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I love Matt's perfomance in Binaural. I dont think its often praised as it should, its way up there with PJ finest moments. He is so fucking tight and heavy, its just amazing.

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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron: Memorable Drum Beat/Part
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Royalearth wrote:
This question has come to mind since I keep seeing the comment that Matt Cameron is a bad drummer, and that is:

Has Matt ever created a memorable drum beat or drum part? I can't think of any of the top of my head unlike for Dave Kruzen (Why Go), Dave Abbruzzese (take your pick), Jack Irons (Who You Are, Sky I Scrape).


Anything in between
Hitchhikers
Puzzle and Game
Sweet Lew
Thunderclap
Grievance
Sleight of Hand
Can't Keep
Save You
HelpHelp
Marker in the sand
Gonna See My Friend
Got Some

And whats Dave A memorable drum part besides the looped one on WMA?


Dave A's memorable drum part was throwing his sticks at the end of Rearviewmirror because Eddie and Brendan O'Brien were pushing him too hard

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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron: Memorable Drum Beat/Part
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taffer wrote:
Royalearth wrote:
This question has come to mind since I keep seeing the comment that Matt Cameron is a bad drummer, and that is:

Has Matt ever created a memorable drum beat or drum part? I can't think of any of the top of my head unlike for Dave Kruzen (Why Go), Dave Abbruzzese (take your pick), Jack Irons (Who You Are, Sky I Scrape).


Anything in between
Hitchhikers
Puzzle and Game
Sweet Lew
Thunderclap
Grievance
Sleight of Hand
Can't Keep
Save You
HelpHelp
Marker in the sand
Gonna See My Friend
Got Some

And whats Dave A memorable drum part besides the looped one on WMA?


all of them


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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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I love Matt's perfomance in Binaural. I dont think its often praised as it should, its way up there with PJ finest moments. He is so fucking tight and heavy, its just amazing.

Yup.


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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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Leatherhead wrote:
VinylGuy wrote:
I love Matt's perfomance in Binaural. I dont think its often praised as it should, its way up there with PJ finest moments. He is so fucking tight and heavy, its just amazing.

Yup.


he's definitely at his best during Binaural and Riot Act


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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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how did the homie that wrote You Are also write The Fixer?

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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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how did the homie that wrote You Are also write The Fixer?

Have you heard his demo of The Fixer? Before it got all Ed'd and BOB'd? It's much better

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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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how did the homie that wrote You Are also write The Fixer?


he didn't write "The Fixer"; he wrote the musical template from which Ed and Bo'B created the Fixen-stein monster

musically The Fixer has a lot of plus points, which I'm ascribing to Matt; lyrically and melodically it's almost unforgivably cheesy

I still kind of like it, depending on my mood, but sometimes those lyrics are just too cloying


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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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binauralsounds wrote:
how did the homie that wrote You Are also write The Fixer?


Matt wrote some of the riffs used in "The Fixer" and that's about it.

I don't think he had anything to do with that crappy middle-8 bit.


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The Fixer is a perfect song as-is. Have you people no joy in your lives?


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The Fixer is a perfect song as-is. Have you people no joy in your lives?

joy behar or the dishwashing detergent?


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if I listed all the things that provide me joy in my life, "The Fixer" would be fairly low on it


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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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if I listed all the things that provide me joy in my life, "The Fixer" would be fairly low on it

nevertheless, I think it takes a special breed of cynical PJ fan to hear this one and thing "Nah, it's too upbeat."


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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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tragabigzanda wrote:
Ms Harmless wrote:
if I listed all the things that provide me joy in my life, "The Fixer" would be fairly low on it

nevertheless, I think it takes a special breed of cynical PJ fan to hear this one and thing "Nah, it's too upbeat."


yeah, that's not my issue with it - I love upbeat pop


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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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Unemployable, Cropduster and In The Moonlight are my favorites MC tunes.

The little details he does in the ride cymbal in Unemployable are not revolutionary, but feels like a nice touch since first listening.



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 Post subject: Re: Matt Cameron Appreciation Thread
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Johnny Turner wrote:
Unemployable, Cropduster and In The Moonlight are my favorites MC tunes.

The little details he does in the ride cymbal in Unemployable are not revolutionary, but feels like a nice touch since first listening.


Far from my favorite PJ tune, but, such a solid drum performance, and, yeah, that ride pattern is $$

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