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Offline lostflower4

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The Cure's next drummer?
« on: April 12, 2009, 04:36:11 »
Seriously...






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Click his username to find even more. Unfortunately, some of the best ones have been removed due to copyright claims.  :(

There's also one Jason cover. Apparently he can also play bad if he really wants to.  :lol:


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Re: The Cure's next drummer?
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2009, 06:49:05 »
Yeah, he's pretty good.  :smth023  Certainly better than The Cure's current cymbal basher.  But damn, electro-drums blow.  Dude needs to get an acoustic set.  :roll:

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Re: The Cure's next drummer?
« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2009, 09:11:12 »
A bit stiff if you ask me and also slightly out of rhythm, especially when he takes on "A Night like This". And I also want to hear him doing it on an acoustic set.
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Re: The Cure's next drummer?
« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2009, 23:16:33 »

Yeah! He is cool! I cant say that he can replace Jason fully, but partly - yes. Interestingly, how he would mellow 'In Your House'. I never heard better version of this song since Boris left the band  :(... Anyway, Boris was the best drummer and I'm sure these songs from WMS, BF, TC & 4:13 he would play better than J.... but sometimes I listen to present Cure concerts and I like when Jason, for example, playing hard on some songs. Say, I like when on 'Boys Don't Cry' he clicking twice or 'Jumping Someone Else's Train' etc. One thing I cant say in his side, that 'He is sucks'. But he is self-taught person, and its good that he can even play as he does. So lets excuse him?!  :-D


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Re: The Cure's next drummer?
« Reply #4 on: April 20, 2009, 16:46:13 »
A bit stiff if you ask me and also slightly out of rhythm, especially when he takes on "A Night like This". And I also want to hear him doing it on an acoustic set.

Well, I wasn't completely serious about him being their next drummer. I just think this proves that there are lots of other more capable drummers out there...

Actually, it would be a bit odd if Jason played everything 100% beat-for-beat the same as Boris did, but he's so far off sometimes (and just plain bad) that it gets ridiculous, in my opinion.


Say, I like when on 'Boys Don't Cry' he clicking twice or 'Jumping Someone Else's Train' etc. One thing I cant say in his side, that 'He is sucks'. But he is self-taught person, and its good that he can even play as he does. So lets excuse him?!  :-D

Really?  I find that absolutely annoying, like he's trying to play in some "fancy" style, but it just comes off sounding stupid. Even though it was still overplayed to death in the old days, I still loved hearing this song live because of Boris' powerful drumming.

I cannot stand hearing this song with both Jason and Perry at the helm, but it sounds better again with Porl on lead. Still, Jason is holding the band back.


But he is self-taught person, and its good that he can even play as he does. So lets excuse him?!  :-D]

Well, I wouldn't say that's much of an excuse. A lot of rock musicians are self-taught and infinitely more talented than Jason.

I don't think "at least he can play" is quite good enough for a band like The Cure. :!:

Oh, and I agree that electro drums are pretty uncool. However, it's quite difficult to get a good sounding recording of acoustic "rock" drums without a studio full of gear. So I really can't blame the guy if he's using these just for demonstration purposes...


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Re: The Cure's next drummer?
« Reply #5 on: April 20, 2009, 19:27:01 »
A bit stiff if you ask me and also slightly out of rhythm, especially when he takes on "A Night like This". And I also want to hear him doing it on an acoustic set.

Well, I wasn't completely serious about him being their next drummer. I just think this proves that there are lots of other more capable drummers out there...

Well I kinda guess you wasn´t 100 % serious there but still... There´s been so much sayings around JC and his status as The Cures drummer. If You ask me the number one honest drummer for me is BW but I also liked the way CA banged the skins and if You look at the old video I posted under the "funny thing" - thread You can see that even LT was able to put up a nice number occationaly.
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Re: The Cure's next drummer?
« Reply #6 on: July 25, 2010, 03:30:26 »
There are 10 year old girls that can drum better than Jason Cooper. The Cure live nowadays are so slowed down and cymbal crashing garbage. I cant stand listening or watching live performances from them honestly since Wish era. Although on Trilogy, Robert put the collar on Jason. Dont judge me. I could be at a concert with them all being in their 80s , 300 pounds, playing ten times slower than they do now, with Roberts voice completely lost, and I would still bawl and squall and love every second of it, never wanting it to end... Damn I love The Cure.

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Re: The Cure's next drummer?
« Reply #7 on: January 09, 2012, 08:09:16 »
Better than Jason of course! no pre-recorded shit and all played live. Notice there are more guys playing  songs of the Boris-era than songs from the current drummer...






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Re: The Cure's next drummer?
« Reply #8 on: January 09, 2015, 17:08:34 »
If one day The Cure would need a new drummer these two would be my candidates besides Boris Williams:

Zachary Alford (David Bowie's drummer). You probably remember him from Bowie's 50th Birthday concert



And my other choice would be Budgie:



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Re: The Cure's next drummer?
« Reply #9 on: January 31, 2015, 02:14:09 »
More Jason bashing? Robert doesn't like this.
I believe if Jason wasn't good-enough for The Cure he would have been sacked a long time ago.
He's technical enough, can play for 4 hours, and maybe he simply plays the way Robert wants him to play.
i don't really mind his drumming, too many cymbals to my taste, and i would like him to be a bit more simple, more subtle, but he's fine to me.

I'm not fond of the firsts vids, but the ones from plainsong and last dance are really good (indeed you can really see they are more precise and less explosive as what Jason plays nowaadays with The Cure). I like it more when it's filmed from the drummer's point of view.

I could play for The Cure, but you wouldn' be able to hear disintegration live, it's too damn hard for me (the kicks)

 

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