If you play it right, then Staying Power is hard if you don't practice riding the bell on the ride cymbal and the bass drum beats are really fast and tight if you listen carefully. That is the first one that comes to mind. The intro to Now I'm Here is done right takes practice. Sheer Heart Attack, to name a few......
We Will Rock You, cause most drummers are such immature children, the temptation to break off into some hotshot crap would be unbearable. Roger was able to play it because he has nerves of steel and resisted the pull of the dark side.
Everything I just said is crap - drummers are the heart and soul of rock. I just felt like saying something inflammatory. Any drummer who flames me now, after this heart-felt apology will only prove the first paragraph right. He he he...
When a noun is put in the genitive form in English, an apostrophe followed by an "s" is included in the singular, or an apostrophe either with or without the "s" is added in plural:
Man -> man's
Carts -> carts'/carts's
It is usually used for persons, but can be employed for the inanimate or animals, especially in more poetic context. It is not to be confused with the PLURAL "S", which is attached to the word WITHOUT an apostrophe.
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'Liar', in the beginning is a little hard. You know, the cowbell and all.
Simon says87 wrote: ThomasQuinn, i'm not from England, Denmark, and it's a long time ago I had english in the school. So please ignore the mistakes i make. :-)
I was just pointing the rule out so that you wouldn't make the same mistake twice. You see, it's one of the most frequently made mistakes in the English language, which can easily be helped by reading the simple rule. Therefore, I just wrote it in the hopes that it might be of some help to you and/or some other people.
I once had to do a live version of Who wants to live forever, and although it was not complicated in terms of pattern, to get it right 'live' in both timing and volume you have to really be focused on the song, try it, it's much harder than you first think. Which was my problem, I hadn't given it a second thought until we came to play it.