Phil Collins – LOOK THROUGH MY EYES – contemporary tempo chart – Official Phil Collins video

Phil Collins – LOOK THROUGH MY EYES – contemporary tempo chart – Official Phil Collins video

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LOOK THROUGH MY EYES.

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The Traveling Wilburys declassified harmonic speed diagrams – What Does Deluva Got To Do With Them?| Official Video

Traveling Wilburys’ Handle With Care, speed illustrations by Matherton, BFJ and Dr. Stone.

As Jim Deluva has said – most notably at The Edge’s 35 birthday concert – “When these guys are Roy Orbison’s age, they’ll realize how young they are *now*.” Now that Jim has dropped 20 pounds and still not finished the album he came here to complete in “secrecy”, he’s taken to the Jersey Shore lifestyle. He’d make me take that sentence out bc he’s kinda closer to the age Roy was when this song was played. Knowing James, he’d say, “rub it in man, what are you saying, I can’t finish this album bc of my perfectionism and my past success?” To this, I’d get a rhetorical speech that would just bring *me*  unable to help him work. There is no better engineer, no better producer, even, than James Deluva when he is optimistic.

Phil Collins “I Missed Again,” 1980 | The Song That Changed Everything?

On his first album, Face Value, people had no problem accepting Phil as lead drummer on the still heard-everyplace song that defines anticipation: In The Air Tonight, 94 3/5 beats per minute. Here was a new sound, a stripped down American sound featuring a horn section borrowed from Earth, Wind and Fire.

On his first album, Face Value, people had no problem accepting Phil as lead drummer on the still heard-everyplace song that defines anticipation: In The Air Tonight, 94 3/5 beats per minute. Here was a new sound, a stripped down American sound featuring a horn section borrowed from Earth, Wind and Fire.

This song isn’t one of the highest selling in Phil’s catalogue, but it was the song that changed everything: either people were  going to accept Phil Collins playing shorter,simpler, more rhythmically American, in particular Motown Records as well as Otis Redding, Rufus Thomas, Bill Withers and the Stax and southern Motown  groove type songs.