Mad Music Skills Video Debate
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Post a music video, where either the entire band or a single musician/singer show some mad skills. You don't have to like the music or the genre, it just need to show some mad skillz. Type artist name and the song so even if it is removed from youtube others can find it. Talk a bit smack about opponent video and boost your own.
The first time I heard it I found it rather impressive. When I found out it was played by htree cellos and a drum I was blown away!
Getting so much metal out three cellos and a drum demand some crazy mad music skills!
I enjoyed Pro's selection. However, although it takes skill to play the cello they do not demonstrate skills above what any good cellist would be able to do with their instrument. They played what someone else wrote rather than creating themselves. Their uniqueness lies in their ability to find a niche in the industry where they were able to play cello with the unusual combination of metal and classical music. Although this is impressive, if we take out the gimmicks of smoke machines and shock value of the unlikely combination of music they will not compete with the skill exhibited by my artist.
I present a man who revolutionized what was possible on the electric guitar. I assure you that although this is longer than I intended they are simply extra minutes that the audience will remain in awe at his incredible talent and mysterious ability to bring out sounds from his instrument unheard of before. I give you the guitar improv of Eddie Van Halen's "Eruption".
On the other hand con's musician isn't even playing a specific piece of music. He is only improvising and playing random chores. It is clear that his skills are lacking.
My second contender is�Luciano Pavarotti. One of the greatest, if not the greatest opera singer of our age. Here he is with his famous�Nessun dorma.
Thank you for sharing with us, Pro. I am enjoying this debate.
I present who is often considered the greatest drummer of all time (1), Buddy Rich, in a drum duel with another drumming great, Ed Shaugnessy. Both musicians have been inducted into the Percussive Arts Society's Hall of Fame (2), which is the largest percussion organization in the world (3). For anyone who knows the drums; the technique, speed, and power demonstrated in this epic battle surely embody mad skills to the highest degree. Enjoy the show!
Buddy Rich Vs. Ed Shaughnessy: Amazing Drum Battle!!
Charlie Parker changed jazz in a way no one before or after have done. I here give you Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie performin 'Hot House'
Instead of simply posting someone considered great in a conventional performance like my opponent I have presented the Best demonstrating their skills to the limit with the sole intention of demonstrating their skills.
Instead of making an obvious choice of a past Great I'm going to pick from an experimental field of today's unknown innovators with mad skills. Instead of the past, lets take a look at the future...
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Vote Placed by RyuuKyuzo 4 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: This decision took me quite a while because I feel that Con had the more impressive videos over all, but I was mesmerized by Luciano Pavarotti in the opera video Pro posted. I've decided to give my vote to the person with the single best video, so I have to go with Pro on this one.
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