Most Famous Rock Piece w Dark D Minor w Enthusiastic 94.6 BPM speed . Cross over drums by Phil Collins IN THE AIR TONIGHT

Once when I saw Phil Collins play this in concert a man had to be taken off on a stretcher for having an asthma attack before the drum fill on this song ever occurred. Enthusiasm taken to the limit, as when the Baltimore Ravens used this song as their psyche up song during the Ray Lewis era.  

Once when I saw Phil img_1223-2img_0514_2Collins play this in concert a man had to be taken off on a stretcher for having an asthma attack before the drum fill on this song ever occurred. Enthusiasm taken to the limit, as when the Baltimore Ravens used this song as their psyche up song during the Ray Lewis era.  Phil had a style ‘tease’ style similar to the way Melissa Etheridge highlights or song. I’ve seen this played 10 times in concert and every time filmmakers it look like he’s not quite going to make the drums *that* time. Just as in Melissa Etheridge’s “Come to my window”, you hear her hit the challenging high note, (yes, *that*  one),

Melissa Etheridge - Come To My Window - measured speed
Melissa Etheridge – Come To My Window tempo map

the on you cane to hear – and you think “she’s a little bit late coming down from it and you almost think that *she* forgets it and then it’s because she waits just the right amount of time that makes her dropping the higher note *down*!  

Phil Collins In The Air Tonight
Phil Collins In The Air Tonight

song “Love Is Blue”, a classic pop 20 c. French instrumental, classic minor keys at lustful speeds stuff, as The Momma’s and the Pappa’s California Dreamin’

Phil Collins “In the air tonight”
Speed=94 3/5 bpm

Average quarter note=640 ms

 

Melissa Etheridge

“Come To My Window”

Average quarter note=663.3 ms

Speed=97.4 bpm

 

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