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Jungle_Turtle

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About Jungle_Turtle

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  • Birthday 07/27/1970

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Portland, Oregon
  • Interests
    Playing drums, guitar, piano, harmonica, banjo, singing, writing songs, drawing, painting, camping, biking, reading, things, & stuff
  1. I'm almost finished reading Joey Kramer's autobiography, Hit Hard. For the most part it's a good read, though near the end he seems to be getting a little too indepth about the touchy-feely therapy he's gone through. I like the fact that he talks at length about his drumming influences and some of the technical aspects of how he taught himself how to play. Aerosmith rock! I'm not into rating bands, #1, 2, 3, etc. but I'd say they're definitely up there among the best American classic rock bands. Whoever said the Doors, they had some good stuff, but they could also be boring as hell plenty of the time.
  2. Pink Floyd are great! My favorite albums are Piper at the Gates of Dawn, Wish You Were Here, & Dark Side of the Moon. Syd was a creative genius. I have all his solo stuff. I do like Roger Waters' inspired vocal stylings and songwriting. What little of his solo stuff I've heard I like. David Gilmour's guitar playing is beautiful & Rick Wright's keyboard playing tasteful. I list Nick Mason among my favorite drummers. He's not on the cosmic level of John Bonham, but he got a great sound and his playing always fit the songs perfectly.
  3. Thank the Maker. Peter Kriss is a very down-to-earth fellow (for a member of KISS!). Drummers, by & large, seem to be great folks. I wish him all the best.
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