Thanks. I'm glad you enjoyed it.Thank you so much for this episode. One of my favorite rock drummers.
Of course I noticed quite at the start of interview that you placed your silver Hayman in the background. And I was happy to get first hand information from Simon Kirke. With Free, he was THE Hayman drummer in my memory. Sad, that he doesn't have his anymore.
Was also interesting to follow your 'on line text'. Don't know the tool you used, but it greatly failed when discussion came to cymbals. Don't remember how many different word it made out of 'Paiste'.
With this Al Jackson beat, it's the same as with Simon Kirkes drumming: it sounds so easy - until you try to reproduce its feel and force exactly. Have never reached that ...
No, no. Would never be sarcastic against you. Who am I....
"Was also interesting to follow your 'on line text'. Don't know the tool you used, but it greatly failed when discussion came to cymbals. Don't remember how many different word it made out of 'Paiste'."
Are you being sarcastic about how he pronounced Paiste? I find that to be a common occurrence, even with their endorsers
I might have checked the "closed caption" button on YouTube, but it's off now. Thanks for letting me know. I turned it on to see, and you're right; the words were very funny!No, no. Would never be sarcastic against you. Who am I.
There are subtitles below your video, writing what you are talking, the whole time. I thought, you used a video tool to put them there. But it might be automatically generated by youtube, and only shown according to your youtube settings. Maybe you haven't seen them yourself.
This tool makes also mistakes, and when it came to the cymbal discussion, it didn't write 'Paiste' a single time: Picey or paicy or pasty. Zilgian. The 'Bonzo thing' became 'bonsai thing' and so on. Just turn it on, you'll laugh as well.
But seriously the real pronunciation of 'Paiste' - I honestly don't know. It's not Swiss, nor German, the name is originally from Estonia. And it's a family name, which could have it's very own pronunciation.