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List your Favorite Drummers

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macandkanga  
2 Mar 2011 18:52 | Quote
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John Bonham is by far may favorite. But I also like:

Neil Peart
Ringo Star
Bill Ward
Billy Cobham
Carl Palmer
Bill Bruford
nullnaught  
2 Mar 2011 18:55 | Quote
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Kieth moon then
gene krupa
john bonham
bill ward
EMB5490  
2 Mar 2011 18:58 | Quote
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Keith Moon

Funk Drummers. Im not listing anyone really because id leave so many out

Thats basically it for me
nullnaught  
2 Mar 2011 19:11 | Quote
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I changed my mind. Number one should have been,,,,,
case211  
2 Mar 2011 19:13 | Quote
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Nick Menza, Gar Samuelson, Dave Lombardo, not Lars Ulrich(haha), and probably Buddy Rich(odd huh?).
coleman  
2 Mar 2011 20:42 | Quote
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brian blade
art blakey
panda bear
MoshZilla1016  
2 Mar 2011 21:28 | Quote
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Neil Peart
Jimmy,the REV,Sullivan (R.I.P)foREVer
Buddy Rich
nullnaught  
2 Mar 2011 21:48 | Quote
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This is pretty cool.
btimm  
2 Mar 2011 21:55 | Quote
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Neil Peart, Buddy Rich, John Bonham, Keith Moon, are all legends. Some other phenomenal drummers not yet mentioned include Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater, he is arguably the GOAT and so beyond underrated), Danny Carey (Tool), and Phil Collins.

Case, why would you say not Lars? He was a hero to many who grew up in the 80s and early 90s and is beyond competent.

Some drummers who are not among the best ever, but are favorites of mine for various reasons and have been extremely influential in my playing include Jimmy Chamberlin (Smashing Pumpkins), Vinnie Paul (Pantera), and Matt Cameron (Soundgarden). Matt Cameron had by far the strongest influece on my playing of anyone. He is creative and uses all available sounds in a kit. He's nothing short of amazing.

Damn it, when will I have enough money and finally convince my wife to allow me to buy an acoustic kit again?!? *sigh*
nullnaught  
2 Mar 2011 22:00 | Quote
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Drums would be great if i werent living in an apartment.
case211  
2 Mar 2011 22:38 | Quote
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@Btimm

It was a joke man! haha his early drumming stuff was a bit too straightforward(though extremely competent) but the stuff he did on St. Anger was awesome(flame me now, I don't care! haha).
tinyskateboard  
2 Mar 2011 23:09 | Quote
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Elvin Jones: ridiculous with Coltrane
Tommy Ramone
Josh Freese: The Vandals
chick bisquits: played with Black Flag,Circle Jerks, Fear the Weirdos, Danzig DOA and later social distortion
John Bonham
Admiral  
3 Mar 2011 01:54 | Quote
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MoshZilla1016 says:

Neil Peart
Jimmy,the REV,Sullivan (R.I.P)foREVer
Buddy Rich


That pretty much sums it up! Great choices
tinyskateboard  
3 Mar 2011 11:24 | Quote
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I forgot Stewart Copeland!
macandkanga  
3 Mar 2011 14:50 | Quote
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I think sometimes a great drummer really completes a band. The straight foward stuff will get the job done but wont really add any flavor to a band. Same goes with bass I think.

luthier  
3 Mar 2011 15:01 | Quote
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Neil Pert
That one armed dude from Def Leppard
Ringo Star
Umm.. that's it.
gx1327  
4 Mar 2011 01:58 | Quote
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i'm a big fan of brian chase of the yeah yeah yeahs. i like his style. the rhythm to "maps" is sick.

dude btimm, vinnie paul was drinking at my neighborhood bar a few weeks ago. i wasn't there, but my friend who is the bartender there put a thing on facebook... AFTER the fact...
btimm  
4 Mar 2011 07:17 | Quote
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Argh, I'd have been ticked! I'd love to have a beer with Vinnie Paul!
gx1327  
4 Mar 2011 22:56 | Quote
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hah first of all it's the same bartender friend who stole my fugazi CD from the other thread, and she didn't say anything about it until the following day when she said something to the effect of: "vinnie paul (drummer from pantera) was drinking at hammerstone's for mug night last night. where were you???"

i don't normally drink on a thursday night with the closest thing i've had to an ex-girlfrien in years if i have to work the next day, but had i known vinnie paul was there? i probably would have made an appearance.

the american pickers have been to that bar, too. i live in a historic district this kind of thing really isn't that out of the ordinary!
gx1327  
4 Mar 2011 23:06 | Quote
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one of my favorite drummers (brian chase), one of my favorite guitarists (nick zinner), and probably my favorite lead vocalist (karen O) in one of my favorite live performances of all time...

seriously, when "maps" gets stuck in my head 99 times out of a hundred it's not the words, or the lead, but the rhythm...

oh yeah i love keith moon, too. he was a good guy.
Empirism  
7 Mar 2011 14:15 | Quote
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Neil Peart is the king!! :D... well

these three, wasnt they mentioned yet?? they should...really :)



Emp
Schecter_player  
7 Mar 2011 23:48 | Quote
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QUEST LOVE!
Empirism  
20 Mar 2011 12:40 | Quote
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Number 1


smj135  
21 Mar 2011 04:54 | Quote
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danny carey
john bonham
josh freese
sauce1173  
5 Feb 2013 04:02 | Quote
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Joe Russo
Jay Lane
Buddy Rich
Micky Heart
Crescendo2020  
7 Feb 2013 00:19 | Quote
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-Thomas Lang
-Danny Carey
-Neil Peart
-Stewart Copeland
-Bill Bruford
macandkanga  
7 Feb 2013 15:58 | Quote
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Narada Michael Walden

This song is called Vision is a Naked Sword from Mahavishnu Orchestra. The drums on this song are ridiculous.

Crescendo2020  
18 Feb 2013 11:51 | Quote
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Macandkanga. Yes! That song is so damned awesome. It will receive a plentiful amount of listens from thine ears. Thanks for sharing.
Crescendo2020  
20 Feb 2013 01:51 | Quote
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Thomas Lang, incase some of you haven't heard or seen his playing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNHcP6WgGzU&list=LLSteVkj7h3Hp_uLSUD5S7Qw

If you're not convinced that he's a robot, then your standards are too high for robot requirements.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-cVxBWzpUk

Notice in the second video where he drops a stick while playing an extremely difficult piece, and seemlessly just grabs another, without stopping.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5dGIFI9668



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