Stewart's Coping Land

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Australia
Guitar:
FrankMil195 jams
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step I
playing
England
Drums:
mpointon532 jams

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09/29/2015
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First off, I apologise. I went *way* over the top relative to the guitar line but an opportunity to [try and] impersonate Stewart Copeland is too good to be missed. Frank has nailed Andy Summers' DNA in his guitar parts so I did what any self-respecting drummer should do: go nuts. I think the drums were smoking by the end of the take. I'm hoping if others add, it won't sound quite so over-the-top. It's a bit messy in places - ...
Tagged as / Sounds like:
Stewart Copeland, Police,

Comments

merseybeat
Hi -Im new to this-how do i get back to just the original drum track??+1
October 03 2016 22:22:38
merseybeat
mpointon Hi Merseybeat - glad you like the track. This track has an 'HD' option - click the 'Download' link and you'll see 'Drums by mpointon' as an option. Click on that and you'll get just the drum track.

Not everyone uploads an 'HD' track but if you see that on the download button, then it'll be available.

Welcome to the 'Loops. :)
+1
frankyguitar
Excellent Martin!! Very cool:)+1
Poowkie
Message in a bottle; only better :)
(In this arrangement can used in restaurants :) )
+2
seriouss
you did very well+0
BigDaddyCee
Sting by himself or with the Police are eternal favs for me....so this put a smile on my face and dancing in my feet....excellent work Martin!+1
aleonz
Police? Sting? ah Martin this drums just so perfect to my ears, love what you're doing on this track very much!+1
nuno1959
''..Andy Summers' DNA..'' ? Spot on !!
Great drive you gave this, as for capturing the DNA
hey.. you nailed it as well & it's still you playing...
The best of both worlds !! ;)
+1
pkliesch
Agree with piper. Very cool message in a bottle feeling. Superdrums, Martin! :)+1
piper
Reminds me of the "Police" nice and punchy MP :)+1
kimbo
way better than him ..imho+1

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