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according to wikipedia (exclude the burning for buddy)
here's all of em they list.

 

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Saw Jeff Berlin with Moshulu (Dennis Chambers on drums) at the Token lounge 2 summers ago. Great player (and Chambers was on fire!).
 

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I believe they missed a Max Webster song that he played on with their drummer.

Wayne
 

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You realize that Neil was pretty busy, with a full time gig, being a prog/rock drummer in a pretty popular band for over 40 years, and had many other interests outside of drumming.

Both bands played together on Battle scar. Great song.

Maybe that's why they didn't include it because it was the whole band not just him.
 

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Maybe that's why they didn't include it because it was the whole band not just him.
Sorry for the above reply. I typed the first half of it for someone else and it sent to you.
 

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You realize that Neil was pretty busy, with a full time gig, being a prog/rock drummer in a pretty popular band for over 40 years, and had many other interests outside of drumming.
Ok. I like hearing him without the Geddy voice parlez vous?
Dig? lol (to have heard him without
 

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He was a good friend of Matt Scanell, the leader and guitarist/singer of Vertical Horizon. They rode motorcycles together a lot. Personally, love Vertical Horizon and was always surprised they weren't bigger. Neil sounds great on the tracks he did with them.
 

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His versatility is mentioned because Rush
Explored and covered a lot of ground .
No ideas off limits while writing ....
 

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Well let me tell you, Buddy Rich blows Neil aw...uh, wait; what?:icon_e_confused: Oh...this isn't a Buddy is the greatest thread? :oops: Dang sorry, really! Geez sorry, sorry fellas, carry on, carry on!!! :blink:

:icon_lol: :-D:icon_lol:. :pottytrain2:
 

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His versatility is mentioned because Rush
Explored and covered a lot of ground .
No ideas off limits while writing ....
I thought it was very cool when Rush started using elements of Reggae, etc in their music.. They were getting good radio airplay around that time..
 


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