Adrian Smith

Ruflux

Ancient Mariner
They've been discussed in this thread before, not too long ago. I do find it a bit amusing that the drummer (who uploaded the videos) failed to recognize Hocus Pocus as a song and made sure to include his name in the video title, as well as crediting himself for organizing and producing the session, microphone placement (with Tony Forman, the engineer), camera setup and positioning, video recording, mixing with the engineer, editing, DVD authoring and copyright for the actual recording, while never acknowledging who the bassist in that session was. Man has his priorities straight.
 

Black Bart

Ancient Mariner
They've been discussed in this thread before, not too long ago. I do find it a bit amusing that the drummer (who uploaded the videos) failed to recognize Hocus Pocus as a song and made sure to include his name in the video title, as well as crediting himself for organizing and producing the session, microphone placement (with Tony Forman, the engineer), camera setup and positioning, video recording, mixing with the engineer, editing, DVD authoring and copyright for the actual recording, while never acknowledging who the bassist in that session was. Man has his priorities straight.
Sadly, this is what mediocrity does to people, especially when they have a "public" job.
 

srfc

Ancient Mariner
They've been discussed in this thread before, not too long ago. I do find it a bit amusing that the drummer (who uploaded the videos) failed to recognize Hocus Pocus as a song and made sure to include his name in the video title, as well as crediting himself for organizing and producing the session, microphone placement (with Tony Forman, the engineer), camera setup and positioning, video recording, mixing with the engineer, editing, DVD authoring and copyright for the actual recording, while never acknowledging who the bassist in that session was. Man has his priorities straight.
Bassist was mentioned somewhere as I remember that he had an Irish name as well.
 
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