8 thoughts on “ I Like The Idea Of A Power Trio Where... - Kevin Drumm / Pita - Split (Vinyl)

  1. power trio (plural power trios) A rock-and-roll band lineup consisting of electric guitar, bass guitar, and drum kit, omitting the rhythm guitar and keyboard instrument associated with larger lineups.
  2. Three Plus Two is a Power Trio within a Five-Man Band. The Five Temperament version of the Four-Temperament Ensemble sometimes manifests as two Power Trios with the same central member. A Six-Student Clique is often broken into two Power Trios and a Magnificent Seven Samurai often has one, and sometimes two, Power Trios of its own.
  3. The original Power Trio is widely considered to be Buddy Holly and The Crickets, but with the advent of the '60s, '70s groups like Cream and Hendrix, the term is more commonly used when refering to the heavier sounding groups of that era and beyond.
  4. Below, we list the many variations of a Power Trio. Freudian Trio is one of the more frequently found versions and is often the basis of the other trios. They can overlap. Balance, Speed, Strength Trio: One balanced, one weak-but-fast and one strong-but-slow.; Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: The Chick, The Smart Gal, and The Big Gal.; Big, Thin, Short Trio: One big, one thin, and one short.
  5. A power trio is a rock and roll band format having a lineup of electric guitar, bass guitar and drum kit, leaving out the second rhythm guitar or keyboard in.
  6. Jul 08,  · Imperial Distortion shouldn’t have been so good.. Chalked up on Hospital Productions’ release schedule before it was even finished, the album was originally planned as a balls-to-the-wall.
  7. imperial distortion: kevin drumm’s modern masterpiece turns five Chalked up on Hospital Productions’ release schedule before it was even finished, the album was originally planned as a balls-to-the-wall collection of primal fuzz pedal experiments, an idea that was quickly canned when Drumm came to the decision that the results simply wouldn.
  8. May 07,  · The term “power trio” was coined in the s to describe the great threesomes of rock and roll, such as Cream. But it’s just as applicable when describing the Bell-Isserlis-Denk Trio.

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