Jordan Rudess blazing fingers

May 4, 2007 11:03am CST
hes the best for me than those past dt keyboard/synth man
3 responses
• United States
4 May 07
He is pretty awesome. He's got like 3 keyboards on stage too, I bet the wiring and all that stuff is a nightmare for the roadies, lol. I also really like Janne Warmen's keyboard playing. He's definitely got some "blazing fingers" and he does a lot of crazy soloing.
• Philippines
5 May 07
haha,i agree dude..but im much amazed those times before when he only using his can he produce such fat sound in just one keyboard,,thx for the comment metallideth
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• United States
8 May 07
You're welcome, Rockagi. I'm surprised you haven't gotten more responses with all the DT fans here, but oh well, every now and then I post one that gets absolutely nothing even though there are plenty of interests in the subject it's in. I really like the solo in the old DT song, "Afterlife," from their first CD. I also really like the intro to "The Ones Who Help to Set the Sun," also from that CD. I know these wasn't actually written by Jordan Rudess, (I can't remember the name of their original keyboardist), but I saw a video of him playing those songs live, and it was amazing, so I guess that counts :) I like all of their newer stuff too, but I don't listen to them all that often (I've been getting so much new music lately I'm always listening to something different), but for a while, the first and only CD I had was their first one (When Dreams and Day Unite), so I remember it quite well.
@Janp85 (15)
• Italy
23 May 07
Hi,I'm a keyboarder,and before listening Dream Theater I didn't think it could exist a keyboarder like Jordan Rudess.I'm learning many things from him.He's an extraordinary musician.Although Kevin Moore has given a lot to Dream Theater,Rudess is surely one of the best keyboarders in the world
@kulanuwun (1405)
• Indonesia
10 May 07
I cant play keyboard, but I really like to watch Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater, I think he is the amazing ones