Great! Now do it with Gunn/Levin!!! November 16, 2007
Written by KC_1980s
This is a fantastic look at the creative process. Now please do this with the Trey Gunn and Tony Levin parts for Vrooom and Vrooom Vrooom! Please? Pretty please? With sugar on top?
Incredible November 7, 2007
Written by jmastanduno
In my opinion, this is THE most interesting percussion piece that i have a recording of. Firstly Pat is so judicious in his choices of strokes that you would imagine that one drummer dubbed both parts. Both of them are so in together that its uncanny. Secondly, Bills amazing ability to effortlessly play complex polyrhythms that sound completely natural over Pats foundation is breathtaking. This one really comes together for me, and when I finally got to hear both parts separately it was rather satisfying to say the least. Brilliant
B'bomb ! May 22, 2007
Written by sergegirard
I really love this!
I would also love to hear "stripped" down other songs which will result in separated tracks with only the guitar part from Robert and Adrian also separated. Then , of course a track with the basslines from Tony and one from Trey..... Any song is OK !
What a great idea May 18, 2007
Written by kalka2
This is exactly the kind of thing that I love to hear, especially when it comes to the double trio. To be able to to hear clearly each part in isolation allows one to appreciate the combination even more. RF commented somewhere that the double trio was better heard in surround sound than in stereo, and this B’Breakdown of the drums gives a similar sense of separation. Thanks to the DGM team!