From: Southern Missouri
No. 4 /20
Wow - simply wow. This track is almost 18 minutes of almost indescribable, unadulterated, musical genius, hairs on the back of your neck standing fully to attention, eardrums suitably assaulted. What is absolute quality until the 12th minute (including the tribute to the war dead at 8 minutes) turns into an orgy of brilliance thereafter - the chanting and whistling on top of a string sound so exquisite you want to kiss it - and all the while the monotonous, unfailingly, hypnotic beating of the drums.
Underworld - And I Will Kiss
The fact that my eldest warspite played on it helps too
Listened to it twice. I really enjoyed that. It may come as a shocker to you but Im not the most cultured person out there. Yes, its true. I boil crawfish I find under rocks and logs. lol but I really dug that.
I think the word you were looking for as far as the drums go is methodical and not monotonous. A simple beat on the drums can go a long way. Hence, my next selection, inspired by just that. (line skipping) Great drums from a small set and a moving Clapton song. Score another one for the Brits. The boy from Ripley.
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