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side by side each with wooden boxes at the bottom and beaters at the top, the percussionists came to the studio and began rehearsing. the drummer was asked to play a 2/4 beat, the pan player a 4/4 beat and the conga player a 5/4 beat. next the bass player was asked to play the same beats for the bass. the drummer then told the bass player to play a swingy beat, then the conga player a 4/4 beat and finally the pan player to play a straight beat.
he wanted to finish the song in one take, so he asked the drummer to play a regular 2/4 beat, then he would play a straight beat and the drummer would play a swingy beat. when the song was finished, the singer, martin, called his band to join him in the studio. the band, who were members of a local band, were happy to join him and agreed to record a backing track in one take.
the drummer, who was just 18, would be studying at university in london after his university in india was complete. he said he had no idea what percussion was. his head, though, was in the rhythm, and he started learning about it with his friends. he then started teaching drums to children in his community. he was a member of the student percussion group at his university, and was a student teacher for the group. he went on to join the indian percussion ensemble and was a member of the 2008 indian percussion ensemble world tour to south africa, spain and italy.
he puts his arms up and he says, ‘i’m not doing anything illegal, man. what the hell is this? where are you coming from? get off my back! i’m just in the studio.’ and then he walks out, he walks to the bus and comes back to the studio.