Pink Floyd, Us And Them – declassified matherton diagram | link to youtube

Us and Them is a song written and recorded by the members of the band Pink Floyd.

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Pink-Floyd-Us-And-Them-contemporary-tempo-map

I searched in several places online for a way for Jim Deluva and his band, “The Jim Deluva Cover Boys” to imitate the sound to perfection at a bachelor party they are playing tonight.

Jim is in the driveway – cool. I had told him, “Dude, you should have been able to find a chart my uncle posted a long time ago.”

“I know, dude, I know – can’t find it. I want you to listen to the ride pattern on the cymbal I worked out, anyway. It’s 4 over 3s over 4s – kind of a Phil Collins thing – and Roger and Phil never liked each other, so I want you to hear it.”

Us and Them, Pink Floyd – harmonic tempo map
Us and Them, Pink Floyd – harmonic tempo map

JOHN MAYER – unclassified tempo maps feat Say, Stop This Train | video

Say and Stop This Train are songs written performed by John Mayer.

These tempo images represent the probable speed of the harmonic rhythm in both songs, SAY and Stop This Train.

Say and Stop This Train are songs written performed by John Mayer.

These tempo images represent the probable speed of the harmonic rhythm in both songs, SAY and Stop This Train.

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Matherton Monday Silent Slideshow – Declassified Modern Tempo Charts

Matherton Monday Silent Slideshow – Declassified Modern Tempo Charts

 

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some declassified tempo maps approved by matherton this week.

 

Peace and comfort to you,

M + S

PERFECT by Alanis Morissette and Glenn Ballard – bittersweetness in a diagram? Harmonic speed diagrams, video embed.

Alanis and Glenn wrote this song in ten minutes and the track on the album was the first take.

Alanis Morissette and Glenn wrote this song in ten minutes and the track on the album was the first take.

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spiron and matherton
November 26, 2017

“Never A Time” | Genesis | unclassified tempo charts

 This was not surprising to hear on the day that the speed usually indicates: true bittersweetness. A sweet day that leaves a bitter aftertaste as time is a bastard. When we say goodbye to the ones we love on holidays no one ever knows when to say goodbye.

My brother asked me about the speed of this one yesterday.

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This was not surprising to hear on the day that the speed usually indicates: true bittersweetness. A sweet day that leaves a bitter aftertaste as time is a bastard. When we say goodbye to the ones we love on holidays no one ever knows when to say goodbye.

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The speed of Never A Time by Genesis appears to have two speeds.

As originally released, the speed was 77.000 beats per minute.  As released on their digital; “Remaster” of the album ‘The Way We Walk’ The speed is 77.25 beats per minute.

777 milliseconds per quarter note

The charts here reflect the “remastered” version.

 

matherton and spiron

november 24, 2017