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    Gizmodrome Live Clips! Cool Covers!


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    Kinda cool to see some of Stew's Police tunes make their live debuts....

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    Who plays drums on the songs where Stewart plays guitar? He's good, and can duplicate Stewart's feel pretty well. It's not Adrian.

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    have they discussed a north America tour? been trying to keep up but haven't seen anything.,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baribrotzer View Post
    Who plays drums on the songs where Stewart plays guitar? He's good, and can duplicate Stewart's feel pretty well. It's not Adrian.
    Pete Ray Biggin, Level 42 drummer.

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    Still trying to wrap my head around Copeland’s vox on the studio album. Sometimes I like them, and then there’s the other times.

    Definitely in for a live album and/or show. Thanks for posting, Sean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polmico View Post
    Still trying to wrap my head around Copeland’s vox on the studio album. Sometimes I like them, and then there’s the other times.

    Definitely in for a live album and/or show. Thanks for posting, Sean.
    I know what you mean. For the most part I enjoy them, but there are a few places where it just doesn't quite work for me.

    Still love that CD though, and glad to have it.

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    I need to see this band live. But I've said that as soon as I found out they were recording together.

    There are two bands I really NEED to see. These guys and Rothery's band. I'm going to have a blast watching the rest of these clips.

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    they have a 3LP/2CD live album out now. I haven't heard it yet because I'm probably gonna buy the record. Looks like some 80s Police & King Crimson tunes are on it too. This preview track is really great.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcNWlA11Llk

    kinda begs the question, why did Stewart do so many of the vocals on the album? I still enjoy the hell out of it - it's such a fun record - but it's weird how good the backing vocals are compared to the lead...its like a William Shatner album or something
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMOOL View Post
    they have a 3LP/2CD live album out now. I haven't heard it yet because I'm probably gonna buy the record. Looks like some 80s Police & King Crimson tunes are on it too. This preview track is really great.
    I'm in!
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    Where can one order said live album (if one is so inclined).

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAMOOL View Post
    kinda begs the question, why did Stewart do so many of the vocals on the album? I still enjoy the hell out of it - it's such a fun record - but it's weird how good the backing vocals are compared to the lead...its like a William Shatner album or something
    Honestly, and no offense intended because it's a common enough question, but it's weird how often this question is asked. The sound of the band is built around his voice, and they're his songs. It would've sounded entirely different with Belew or King singing lead - pretty much like a Belew or Level 42 album, wouldn't it? Personally I think his delivery is unique and hella charismatic, and is a big part of what I love about the album. There really is no shortage of opportunities for me to hear Belew or King singing, is there?

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