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A Whiter Shade of Pale - Procol Harum (Drum Cover)

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Uploaded on May 6, 2011

A Whiter Shade of Pale by Procol Harum drum cover.

Triggering the British Rock kit from Drum Masters2, can't believe how close this kit sounds to the one on the record.

DISCLAIMER: I DON'T CONDONE THIS KIND OF DRUMMING AND BELIEVE THE PHRASE OF THE MELODY SHOULD RESOLVE BEFORE TAKING A DRUM FILL WHICH REALLY SHOULD SET UP THE NEXT SECTION OF THE SONG. THIS DRUMMING IS AN EXAMPLE OF "OVERPLAYING", SO KIDS DON'T TRY THIS ON THE GIG. THE DRUMMING ARE THIS SONG EXCLUSIVELY EXPRESSED ARE THOSE OF THE ORIGINAL DRUMMER AND NOT THE DRUMMER OF THIS COVER.
(I would fill right before the vocal comes in with the verse, none in the verses, and one right before the chorus. Repeat that pattern as necessary. In other words, let the chord progressions for each section of the tune complete before setting up the next section with a fill. Of course that's how I'd do it, obviously it's not the only way, as all these fills are a big part of this song.)

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