In speaking of the Carl Palmer Legacy Tour, the Paul Bielatowicz performance of Clare de Lune is one of many welcomed surprises. The band is a power trio of Carl Palmer - Drums, Paul Bielatowicz - Guitar and Simon Fitzpatrick - Bass, Chapman Stick. While the majority of the show are power trio arrangements, this selection is one of the change of pace moments that featurez Paul Bielatowicz. The bass solo section featured Simon Fitzpatrick performing Bohemian Rhapsody very much in the two handed tapping technique used by Stu Hamm.
The show had a diverse setlist of familiar works by ELP, Wagner, Bach, Parry, Debusy, Copeland, Bernstein, Queen and King Crimson.
The Military Applications of This Durable Vehicle Are Endless
As a tactical bike, the Frankenstein Dirtbike disassembles quickly into bare components that can then be packed into two packs and hauled off in the smallest car. One of the first thoughts that came to mind was paratroopers. This is a vehicle that could drop in with paratroopers behind the scenes and could easily transport them to a perfect striking point. It could also be used to transport troops into areas where a base needed to be set up, but where access to the area was either blocked or did not exist. The applications for this kind of bike are pretty limitless. Search and Rescue operations would certainly benefit from such a bike. Traveling over snow and terrain where other forms of transport would not be useful makes this bike an amazing piece of machine.