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Top 5 Favorite Moments in Persona 5

Hello, fellow Persona fans. Time for another long post about Persona 5, a game that, ever since I've played it, haven't been able to stop talking about. Persona 5 has many phenomenal moments in its story, so, well, I guess I'll have to go over some of favorite moments throughout the whole story/game. To be honest, it took me a while for me to consolidate my personal top 5 moments, since there are simply so many great moments throughout the entire game.
Some quick honorable mentions, in chronological order:
Now onto my list:
Number 5: Ann Takamaki Gains Some Weight. During their plans to change Madarame's heart, the Phantom Thieves find themselves stuck in quite the sticky situation: Yusuke, confounded by his abusive teacher Madarame, has blackmailed Ann to pose nude for his work of art, or the Phantom Thieves will be reported to the police. The Phantom Thieves also need to open a "cognitive door" in Madarame's Palace. Consequently, they hatch quite an effective plan. I have to admit, the first time I saw Ann dressed in thirty layers of clothes in Yusuke's art room, I had to stop myself from laughing out loud. Following this scene, Ann continues to distract Yusuke with her rather prestigious acting skills, to Yusuke's continual flustering, forming the iconic interaction of this scene while a rather nervous Morgana attempts to unlock the door to the storage room. But once the door to the storage room opens, the comedic tone of the scene quickly shifts as Yusuke and then Madarame sees copies and copies of the Sayuri painting. When Ann unveils the cloth over a painting sitting on a stand, she reveals the true Sayuri and the full depth of Madarame's treachery: an "artist teacher" who had not only harshly treated and brainwashed his pupils into doing his bidding, but who had also plagiarized the creations of his students, treated them as his own, and produced copies of them in order for money and fame. Yusuke, meanwhile, wishes to believe that his teacher is innocent, but in the corner of his mind, he begins to realize that he has been manipulated for his entire life. This entire sequence of events, being one of Ann's most triumphantly comedic moments throughout the entire course of the game while also blending perfectly with the start of Yusuke's realization of his teacher's abuse and paving the path for his rebellion, is why this deserves the Number 5 spot.
Number 4: Goro Akechi Battles the Phantom Thieves. Undoubtedly the foil to the Phantom Thieves' friendship, Akechi's failure to develop any meaningful friends, overconfidence in his own ability to solve any problem by himself, and simultaneous dependence and hatred on the wrong person, Shido, leads to his eventual downfall that occurs in this battle. The battle between Akechi and the Phantom Thieves has been building up for every single VIP that the Phantom Thieves defeat in Shido's Palace, giving us cutscenes depicting Akechi's traumatic upbringing, his assertion that he will take down the rest of the Thieves, and then his eventual realization of the phone. It's no surprise to the player that he eventually shows up before the confrontation with Shadow Shido. The confrontation with Akechi in the engine room is one of two boss fights in the game with a non-shadow (more on that on Number 3), and the only boss battle with another Persona user, a Wild Card at tha, and as a result benefits from being unique. Akechi is shown to be able to nearly defeat all of the Phantom Thieves strategically by himself, and in this battle, he is capable of nearly defeating all of the Phantom Thieves in combat by himself as well. One can only imagine how much his hubris and uncontrolled hatred hinders his potential. Ultimately, Akechi never overcomes the flaw that each one of the Phantom Thieves were able to overcome themselves: the seeking of validation and love from the wrong people. He has never known trust or love from anyone in his life, his path to a villain is tragic, and even though at the end he realizes his faults and attempts to redeem himself, it is too late. The boss fight with Akechi is a culmination of the character arc of the most fascinating character in Persona 5, making it one of the most iconic moments in the entire game.
Number 3: Showdown in Shifting Sand Land. A lot about Futaba's Palace makes it extremely unique in Persona 5. The palace is the largest in the entire game, most of it is a desert wasteland. The entire palace itself is a metaphor exploring the trauma of the loss of Futaba's mother. Futaba's shadow is not hostile in the traditional way; instead, the palace is filled with traps and puzzles. Oh, and did I mention the boss fight? This is the only palace in which one is not sure what kind of boss one will face at the end. Every other palace has the player facing off against an abusive adult's shadow, like Kamoshida, Madarame, etc. But Futaba's Palace... the weird, hideous, titanic, Cognitive Wakaba sphinx absolutely delivers: she rips off the top of the pyramid and pounces on the Phantom Thieves. The Phantom Thieves are left desperately fighting with a monster they can barely comprehend and barely scratch. Meanwhile, Futaba accidentally enters her own Palace, and the following scenes, the final scenes of Futaba overcoming her illusion of her mother--the realization that her mother loved her, and it was the men in the the black suits, the Conspiracy, who had been forging lies and using her, culminating in the awakening of her UFO Persona, and Futaba's vow of vengeance on par with Inigo Montoya, makes it one of the compelling and triumphant Persona Awakenings of the entire game. The battle with Cognitive Wakaba shifts dramatically in favor to the Phantom Thieves as they use the ballista that Futaba hacks into the Metaverse to shoot down the sphinx and batter her with attacks, bringing one of the most intense boss battles in Persona 5 to a fist-pumping, triumphant end. I also liked the ending "Palace Escape" scenes with Makoto showing off driving skills on par with Dominic Toretto (but that's merely a small cherry on top of a massive, delectable cake).
Number 2: The Aftermath of Saving the World. This is the only spot on this Top 5 list consisting of a non-climactic moment, but this moment definitely deserves its spot at Number 2. If there is one theme of Persona 5 directly applicable to the protagonist himself, it's the theme of building bonds and helping others, pretty much every social link in the game (other than Igor or Akechi) is about helping other people with the troubles in their lives and building bonds of trust and friendship with them. The scenes following the defeat of Yaldabaoth, starting from Joker's turning himself in, is the ultimate reinforcement of this essential theme. Every one of the Phantom Thieves helps to deliver a testimony and case in the favor of your innocence. Every confidant that you've maxed out, is delivering support to your side, and asking others to help you as well. Some of my favorites among the confidants include Mishima, the one character in Persona 5 portrayed to be the ultimate loser, but whose desperation to help out a friend is intimately heartwarming and also speaks to his development over the course of his confidant; Toranosuke, who delivers an inspiring monologue in front of the Diet Building to help out a friend in trouble, suggesting that not all politicians in the world want to run for office for power; and Ohya, whose usual carefree self is replaced with a sense of dire seriousness, and actually travels to the scene of "the crime" in order to gather support of the protagonists' innocence. This moment in the story also acts as one of the major section of Persona 5's critique of Japanese society, specifically the criminal justice system: even with Yaldabaoth and Shido defeated, injustice and unfairness still exist in society, and people need to get up and do something in order to protest and oppose such injustice. Finally, Sae's mention of transitioning to a defense attorney, at the end of the protagonist's confinement, completes her redemption arc and reclaiming of her original sense of justice. Speaking of Niijima...
Number 1: The Greatest Gamble of Niijima. The end of Niijima's Palace is a moment all players have been waiting for: you return to the original point in the game: the escape from Niijima's casino, evading police officers, following the defeat of Shadow Sae. Except that the police have completely surrounded you, and you have been sold out by a member of your group. You are drugged, thrown into an underground interrogation cell, and Sae walks in to interrogate you about the Phantom Thieves. Under impossible odds, you manage to convince Sae of the Phantom Thieves' innocence and her of your unwavering sense of justice. At the end, however, you remember something: a phone, which needs to be shown to the true culprit, quickly revealed to be Akechi. The real twist however, was not that Akechi was a traitor to the Phantom Thieves, it was that the Phantom Thieves had realized his treachery and had prepared a counterattack! When I first saw the screen effects of entering the Metaverse when Sae showed the phone to Akechi, I (kind of) immediately realized what the Phantom Thieves had planned, and my jaw dropped in genius. What a subversive twist. The best part about the Phantom Thieves' strategy to counterattack Akechi, however, was the utilization of the story's hard magic system to the Phantom Thieves' advantage. Such a plot twist, which takes advantage of the story's fantastical elements in a logical and meaningful way, is what makes the Thieves' victory extremely convincing. The Phantom Thieves know how the Cognitive Metaverse is shaped based off of a person's perception of the world, and they check the interrogation room beforehand to ensure this is true. Many other small details then fall into place: stealing a fake treasure from Niijima's Palace, leading Sae back to the interrogation room in order to exit the Metaverse, and tying up the cognitive replica of Akechi. However, it's not just this plot twist that makes this scene phenomenal: the sequence of escaping Niijima's Palace during the police raid, the display of the protagonist's suicide and all of the other Phantom Thieves' reactions, and culminating in Ryuji's iconic "we got em." By the way, when I was referring to "The Greatest Gamble of Niijima," I was referring to Makoto.
I'm interested in hearing about what your Top 5 moments are in Persona 5 (vanilla), and comments on your thoughts on why you think those moments are so great. Also, aside from the other various Persona awakenings, where there seems to be a lot of varied opinions, did I miss any great moments in this Top 5 or the above honorable mentions?
I'm still not sure when I'll play Royal since I kind of need to cool down a bit on Vanilla.
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Novels About Playing Cards: Alice in Wonderland

Novels About Playing Cards: Alice in Wonderland
Novels About Playing Cards - Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
In an earlier article I shared some of my favourite playing cards that depict novels. But how about novels that depict playing cards? Already for centuries playing cards have embedded themselves into our lives and culture, and crawled their way into language, paintings, and music. But what about into literature?
It's not hard to think of examples of books where playing cards are part of the wider background of a novel. Perhaps we find them in the hands of characters who are having a social game of bridge, or in the hands of gamblers trying their luck at Blackjack at a casino or playing Poker in the back room of a saloon. But are there other examples besides Jostein Gaarder's The Solitaire Mystery (see my previous article) where playing cards become central characters, and key figures in the story?
The example that will spring to mind for most people is Lewis Carroll's classic work, Alice in Wonderland.
The Book
This story is one that almost everyone has come across in their life. But if you're like most people, then you've only been exposed to Alice via Disney films, or perhaps through an abridged version for young children. You really owe it to yourself to read the original book by Lewis Carroll, first published in 1865. Lewis Carroll was the pen name of Charles Dodgson, who excelled in playing with words, and delighted in logic and fantasy. In Alice in Wonderland we see all these skills and interests on display, and come together in a wonderful and charming story.
If you don't have a copy of the book, you can easily find it online, because the copyright has long lapsed. I suggest you head here, where you'll find a downloadable PDF of a virtual edition created by Peter Zelchenko in 1998 for BookVirtual. This project is a true typographically accurate replica of the original Macmillan edition and this free digital edition was produced by VolumeOne.

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The Story
For those unfamiliar with the story, what can you expect? Alice in Wonderland is a story of childlike innocence and curiosity, as we journey into a world of the surreal, the fantastic, and the whimsical.
Together with the seven-year-old Alice, we follow a talking white rabbit, and fall into a rabbit-hole, by which we enter an imaginary and wacky world where nothing is at it seems.
If you were the kind of child who always asked the "why?" question, and who liked to challenge what everyone else regarded as normal, you?ll love this book. In this story, Lewis Carroll gives us a picture of a world where everything that we accept as normal is turned upside down. We find ourselves in a land which is populated by an arrange of fantastic characters that entertain us with their wit and whimsy. Consider this excerpt from an absurd conversation Alice has with the Cheshire Cat:
"By-the-bye, what became of the baby?" said the Cat. "I'd nearly forgotten to ask.""It turned into a pig," Alice answered very quietly, just as if the Cat had come back in a natural way."I thought it would," said the Cat, and vanished again.
In one of the book's more famous scenes, Alice finds herself at a mad tea-party together with the March Hare, a Hatter, and a Dormouse., where she is bombarded with paradoxical riddles, and astonished with absurd logic.
"they drew all manner of things - everything that begins with an M ""Why with an M?" said Alice."Why not?" said the March Hare.

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The Playing Cards: Croquet with Queen of Hearts
But it is in the next chapter, entitled "The Queen's Croquet Ground", that we meet our playing cards for the first time. After leaving the tea party, Alice enters a garden, where she sees a procession of living playing card characters, which all have human heads, arms, and legs. Chief among them are the King and the Queen.
The suits of these playing card characters all correspond to different roles in the royal court, with the Spades serving as gardeners, Clubs as soldiers, Diamonds as courtiers, and Hearts as members of the royal family.
Here you can read the first few pages of this chapter:

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It's here that we read about the antics the execution-minded Queen of Hearts with her constant refrain "Off with his head."
After this Alice commences what has to be one of the most bizarre games of croquet ever witnessed.
The Playing Cards: The Trial of the Knave of Hearts
The final two chapters of the book put the spotlight once again on our playing card friends, as Alice witnesses a trial overseen by the King of Hearts as judge, to settle a case where the Knave of Hearts has been accused of stealing the Queen's tarts. At this point Lewis quotes the old and well-known English nursery rhyme "The Queen of Hearts", which cleverly forms the basis of his plot:
"The Queen of Hearts / She made some tarts, / All on a summer's day;The Knave of Hearts / He stole those tarts, / And took them clean away.The King of Hearts / Called for the tarts, / And beat the knave full sore;The Knave of Hearts / Brought back the tarts, / And vowed he'd steal no more."

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Alice herself is called upon to give testimony against the Knave, and a measure of chaos ensues when Alice first knocks over the jury box filled with animals. She then challenges the King and Queen of Hearts about the absurdity of the proceedings.
I won't spoil what happens in the final scenes as the pack of cards starts to gang up against Alice. You can read the final pages of the book for yourself here:

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The Message
Is Alice in Wonderland all nonsense? I don?t think so, because there's much more to this story than first meets the eye. Behind the outer layer of apparent `nonsense' Carroll conveys a great deal of sense. There's a wonderful version of the book entitled The Annotated Alice, that was produced by famous mathematician and logician Martin Gardner. In this annotated version, Gardner explores a lot of the imagery and ideas of the Alice in Wonderland story, and explains some of the references and influences behind the characters and more. As a mathematician, he especially points out many of the clever logical and mathematical concepts found in the story. There's also a lot of political commentary and parody of the popular culture of the day which he identifies and explains. For example the farcical trial at the end is generally understood to be a lampooning of the British legal system.
What Lewis Carroll really wants us to do is return to reality along with Alice with a renewed appreciation for everything that is normal and accepted. But because this whimsical tale and its fantasy world is so nonsensical and enjoyable, you?ll want to return there many a time, and enjoy its sheer madcap humour. Alice in Wonderland is full to the brim with wild humour, farcical fantasy, witty wisecracks, and even slapstick comedy. You?ll be amazed by the cat-less grin of the Cheshire-Cat, amused by the absurd logic of the mad Hatter, and in hysterics over the antics of Queen of Hearts. I especially enjoyed the abundance of delightful puns, paradoxes, and parodies. While much of the deeper significance will escape young children, they will certainly enjoy it as a fantastic story, and rediscover it with even greater pleasure as adults. A classic is a book that appeals to people of all times and ages, and that?s certainly the case with Alice in Wonderland; this is truly a classic for the child in all of us!
Special mention should also be made of the illustrations accompanying the first published versions of the book. The original pictures were wood engraved by John Tenniel, and his artwork has become forever connected with the story of Alice, and has influenced a great deal of subsequent imaginings of it.
The Tribute Deck
So the book is about playing cards, but are there playing cards about the book? Of course! With the glut of custom decks on today's market, surely it is inevitable that the circle would become complete, and someone would make a deck of playing cards based on this novels about playing cards.
And sure enough, there are several such decks that are marvellous tributes to Alice in Wonderland. The White Rabbit deck features a simple black and colour scheme with line art that was inspired by the classic John Tenniel woodcut illustrations from the original Alice in Wonderland books. The Wonderland Tarot deck has more playful and colourful artwork by Morgana Abbey, but is also a homage to the style of John Tenniel.
But perhaps my favourite Alice in Wonderland themed deck is the Alice in Wonderland deck created by graphic designer and illustrator Sasha Dounaevski, who has been a fan of the Lewis Carroll stories since her childhood.

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The simple blue and white colour scheme is a recurring feature of the deck, and Sasha has used linear drawings with a minimalist style and with a childish and playful feel, believing that this best suits the absurdity and logic of the story. Just like the book itself, there are many imaginative details that the artist has provided, but there's also plenty of scope for you as reader to imagine details of your own.
The card backs represent the garden that Alice gets into, with a distinctive symmetrical pattern. The Aces each recount part of Alice's adventures and companions, e.g. Pigeon (Spades), the child that turned into a pig (Clubs), the mad tea-party (Diamonds), and a mallet-flamingo (Hearts).
But as with most custom decks, it's the court cards that are the real highlight, depicting characters like The Cheshire Cat, Mad Hare, Hatter, White Rabbit, and more - including of course The Queen of Hearts and The King of Hearts.
To distinguish the suits clearly, the black suited court cards have a blue background, while the red suited court cards have a beige background.

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The number cards are also customized with uniquely shaped pips in a non-standard arrangement. An extra feature of these is a unique symbol for each different suit, each of which has been derived from the story, e.g. the pocket watch, the pepper pot.
The Jokers feature the magical food/drink from the story which made Alice small and big respectively: the "Drink Me" mixture and the "Eat Me" cake. Also of note are two bonus cards, one of which pictures the book's final court scene - which appropriately features lots of playing cards!
This deck is a wonderful tribute to the famous book, given the extensive customization and how the Alice in Wonderland theme has been incorporated in every aspect of the playing cards, making it a charming deck for the child in all of us!
Final Thoughts
In many ways playing cards have become a microcosm of life. Art mirrors life, and when playing cards find a place in our art, then they are giving us reason to reflect on ourselves and on our lives. But art can also be enjoyed for its own sake, and those of us who are playing card enthusiasts will appreciate the clever way that playing cards have found a place in novels like the ones discussed above, and will enjoy reading these stories and appreciate the clever ways they incorporate playing cards.
Not only have playing cards become an integral part of our lives, but as a form of art themselves, they also reflect something about life. With today's myriad of custom decks, we are now in a position where playing cards have become works of art, and reveal something about what we like, and they are indications of what is important to us. And in cases of decks about Alice in Wonderland, they have even become tributes to works of art that themselves honour playing cards. So why not head down a rabbit hole, and join me in enjoying some of these great books which honour our 52 paper friends!
Author's note: I first published this article at PlayingCardDecks here.
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Clarkson's Columns: In Memory of Ginger Baker & The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante Review

Skyfall's villains can blow this one up too
The Clarkson Review: Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante (Sunday Times, Oct. 13)
Of course I will go and see the new James Bond film, but I almost certainly won't enjoy it. I haven't really enjoyed any of them since Daniel Craig took over.
I know he wants his Bond to be fallible and weak, like the character in the books, but I don't want to see 007 swigging Heineken from a bottle that just happens to be label-side out, and I don't want to see him bleed, or fire his gun at something and miss. I want him to be Roger Moore, the cheeky chappie who could speak Latin, fly a space shuttle and lay anyone low with one of his signature karate chops.
Craig's Bond can't do that. In fact, if you actually stop and think what he's done in the past, you'd have to conclude he's completely useless. In Casino Royale, he didn't notice that the woman he'd fallen in love with was spying for the other side, and then, despite his best efforts, he let her drown in a lift. The next woman he lurved, in Skyfall, got shot in the head by a former colleague. Oh, and then he took an old woman who needed to go into hiding to his own bloody house. Where she and 007's gamekeeper wandered about on a darkened moor, with a torch, just in case the baddies needed even more help locating her.
Before that happened, though, Bond went to interview someone in Shanghai and ended up throwing him off a skyscraper. And in an earlier scene, he was shot by Miss Moneypenny. I'm telling you, Johnny English is better at espionage than this guy. So's Inspector Clouseau.
But the worst bit in Skyfall came when the director Sam Mendes decided to blow up Bond's Aston Martin. So he pumped it full of bullets until it exploded.
I'm sure, to the luvvie-in-chief, this was fine, because a car is just a collection of plastic and metal and glass. But a car is not just a collection of plastic and metal and glass. And Bond's Aston is more of a car than most. It has been a part of my life since I was four. I have owned many models, including one that would fire a small man under the sofa. And Mendes blew it up so he could get Craig to do some acting. I considered at the time filling Sam's dog with bullets until it exploded, just to show him how it felt.
The car was put back together in the next Bond film, Spectre — and it appears in the new movie as well — but it was like making Ring of Bright Water 2 and trying to argue that someone had sewn the otter's head back on.
I bet Aston Martin had a duck fit when it saw the DB5 reduced to a smouldering ruin, because Bond is its marketing department. He is its PR machine and its ad agency and its ambassador all rolled into one. So I bet it really did try to sew the DB5's head back on, because without 007, the company would have to maintain a public profile on its own. And it doesn't have the cash for that.
I'm not sure it even had enough cash to develop the car you see before you today. It's called — deep breath — the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante, and sometimes you get the impression that you're tootling about in almost two tons of make-do and mend. With a bit of cast-off Mercedes tech to maintain a veneer of modernity.
To create it, Aston had to chop the roof off a normal DBS, but this meant finding somewhere to put the electric roof mechanism. That meant rerouting the massive exhaust system and that meant turning the fuel tank round and redesigning every body panel aft of the doors.
The company managed it, but sometimes the roof doesn't go down when you operate the switch, the boot is laughably tiny, and it gets so hot in there, owing to the exhaust system, you could roast a chicken. There's also a problem with the interior. Astonishingly, we got four adults in it, and that's impressive, but it is almost identical to the interior you get in a far cheaper DB11 Volante. And that's not good enough.
The basic starting price of the DBS Superleggera Volante is £247,500 and, I'm sorry, but if I'm going to blow a quarter of a million on a car, I don't want it to have the same innards as a car that costs almost £90,000 less. The trouble is, of course, that when you've spent all that money turning the fuel tank round, there simply won't be enough left to do the air vents as well. Or fit a glovebox.
It sounds like I have a real downer on this car, and I haven't finished yet, I'm afraid. Because superleggera is Italian for "superlight", and it just isn't. With a couple of people on board, it weighs more than two tons. Perhaps that's why it endlessly catches its chin-mounted skid plates on speed humps. And why its tyres are so thin you need to be very careful when you're parking, even against a dropped pavement, or you'll kerb the wheels. Perhaps Aston should have called it Supergrasso.
You can feel this weight when you're driving, too. It doesn't come across as a feisty little whizz-bang; it's no water boatman. But that said, it's fast. Rocket-ship fast. It's almost too fast, because on wet roads you would be well advised to treat the throttle with extreme caution or you will have a crash. You even need to be careful sometimes on dry roads.
And that raises a question. If you can't unleash all the volcanic fury without the back end having a few moments of panic, then why not save yourself the best part of £90,000 and get the DB11 Volante instead? Because you can exploit all the power in one of those, all of the time.And it has the same interior. And it's a little bit more civilised and comfortable.
It's almost as though Aston bit off more than it could chew with the DBS. Think of its engineers as pianists. They're accomplished enough to impress their friends and colleagues, but they're not really able to put on a penguin suit, walk onto the stage at the Royal Albert Hall and attempt Liszt's La Campanella.
If you attempt to build a 211mph car that costs £247,000, you need to make sure that you have the money to pull it off. Yes, the DBS Superleggera Volante is one of the best-looking cars ever made, and it's blisteringly fast and it makes some laugh-out-loud noises from the tailpipes, but as a package, it's flawed.
Hopefully, the new Bond film will be a gem and will keep alive the aura that surrounds the man and the car he drives. But I wouldn't count on it. The way things are going, they'll replace Craig with Anthea Turner and give her a Nissan Leaf. And that, I fear, would bring the curtain down on Britain's best-loved car-maker.
In the meantime, if you want an Aston because you, like me, grew up worshipping them, then don't despair because the DB11 Volante is brilliant. That sort of car at that sort of price? Nobody does it better ?
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He's not around to beat me, so I'll say it: Ginger was only the world's second-best drummer (Sunday Times, Oct. 13)
The drummer Ginger Baker died last week and everyone was very surprised because we all assumed the drug-addled wild man from Cream and Blind Faith had shuffled off this mortal coil years ago. It's customary, of course, when someone dies to gloss over their shortcomings and concentrate instead on their work for charity and their heroics in the war. But this is nigh-on impossible with Baker, who was almost certainly the most unpleasant man ever to grace a stage. He pulled a knife on Cream's bass player, Jack Bruce. He used his fists to settle almost every dispute. He broke the nose of the director who made a documentary about him with his walking stick.
Then, of course, there was the naked 11-year-old girl featured on the cover of Blind Faith's only album. That's such a difficult issue these days, none of the obituaries even mentioned it.
Instead, everyone concentrated on Baker's skills as a musician — but even here people missed the point, because despite what he claimed, he wasn't the best drummer the world has ever seen. Thanks to Mitch Mitchell, who played with Jimi Hendrix, he was the second best. I'm on Twitter if you want to argue.
Baker, however, could keep perfect time, even when he was full of heroin, which is quite an achievement. And he could maintain four different cross rhythms with each of his limbs. This is like rubbing your tummy, patting your head, pumping up a lilo and playing hopscotch all at the same time.
I have a drum kit. It's an enormous Pictures of Lily limited edition replica.
And after several years of weekly lessons, I developed a profound admiration for drummers, because they're doing something I can't do.
We can't admire people who can do what we can do. I don't admire anyone who can drive fast while shouting, but when I watch a dry-stone-waller creating a natural barrier using nothing but experience and big, warty hands, I become a statue of wonderment held upright by nothing but the tingling in my hair. That's what happens when I hear a drum solo.
A columnist last week said that words cannot begin to describe the "unstoppable misery" of the "nightmarish" drum solo. Plainly, he is the sort of man who thinks drummers are like houseflies. That they come, they make an annoying noise and then they die. And I literally could not agree less.
A drum solo allows the audience to marvel at the technical wizardry of the drummer. It allows us to concentrate on his incredible ability to get a whole arm from one side of the kit to the other faster than it takes a Formula One car to change gear. And to do it in perfect time.
It's been suggested that Ginger Baker invented the drum solo so his bandmates could have a moment to go backstage and top up whatever was missing at that moment from their lives. I doubt this, though. He didn't really like other musicians that much.
It's been reported that he called Mick Jagger a "musical moron". But that's not true. What he actually said was that the Stones were like "a load of little kids trying to play black blues music and playing it very badly". It was George Harrison he called a musical moron. And he dismissed Paul McCartney too, because, unlike him, McCartney could not sight-read music. Led Zeppelin? If you even mentioned them in his presence, you'd get a thick lip. He only really liked people we've never heard of. Phil Seamen was a hero of his, for example. And Art Blakey.
So no. Baker was on the stage doing his solos simply so we could hear how he'd fused the jazz music of his heroes with an altogether new and busy way of playing. He despised the 4/4 beat of rock and pop music, but it's possible that, because of what he did with Cream, he's partly responsible for it.
His solos were often more than 10 minutes long and were mesmerising. And soon drummers everywhere were trying to outdo him. Led Zeppelin's John Bonham did a 17-minute epic on the track "Moby Dick", and then you got — whisper this, because I'm friendly with Nick Mason and Roger Taylor — my favourite drummer, Phil Collins, duetting with Chester Thompson. They started out hitting bar stools and then moved to their kits for a drumming shootout. It's the best thing on YouTube.
And now? Well, there was the movie Whiplash, which everyone, apart from me, thought was weird — but on stage? In real life? There's nothing. The drum solo is dead.
I find that odd. There are still bands and some still have drummers, so why don't these people want the audience to see and hear them doing their thing? Isn't that like being a goalkeeper who never wants to make a save? The only explanation is that they actively hide at the back behind the bass and the guitar and the flashy vocals because they're not that good.
This sort of thing has happened before. Between 1750 and 1820, the world heard from Schubert, Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn, but since then, apart from a couple of little spurts, there's been nothing of any great consequence. And today? There's a woman in Iceland who turns drawings of turnips into classical music and there's Ludovico Einaudi, who provided the soundtrack for many of the Top Gear films I made. But that's about it.
Could it be that the same thing has happened with drumming? That we as a species were only ever any good at it between 1958 and 1978, and now we have lost the ability, in the same way that penguins have lost the ability to fly? Luckily, however, we still have the recordings from the days when drumming wasn't just an electronic nn tss nn tss nn tss nn tss and I've been listening to a lot of it all week. That's why I ended up revisiting "Can't Find My Way Home." You played on that one, Ginger. And now you have.
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And here's the Sun column: "Extinction Rebellion forget dole money, tents and yoga mats all come from… oil"
Clarkson is wrong by the way: Ginger Baker is only the world's fourth best drummer. The best and second best are Hal Blaine and Levon Helm.
Anyway, I have now caught up on posting all the Clarkson columns that ran while I was on vacation. Normal weekly posting will resume on Monday.
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