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Old 5th April 2014, 07:03 PM   #81
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The live version. Edgar winters frankenstein has a stellar drum "solo", can't really be called a solo with two kits. Sounds good though.

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Old 9th April 2014, 01:39 AM   #82
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Interesting drum recordings:
I think the brief solo in Rush's "By-tor and the Snow dog" sounds fairly good cranked.

The intro to ELP's "The Sheriff" has a nice dynamic recording that sounds more like a 'kit in a room' than most other tracks I have heard.

Rush's "YYZ" is sort of a drum piece, lots of interesting fill variations, although Lifeson's guitar solos far outshine Peart on this track.

The Drum solo in the middle of Jethro Tull's "Thick as a Brick" is fairly tasty.

The energetic Santana "Soul Sacrifice" drum performance by Michael Shrieve from "Woodstock"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqZceAQSJvc

This one from Morgan Agren is just amazing - I found a nice HQ copy of the video somewhere and I watch it several times a year.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIdjLw-7Xa0

Drummers, in random order:
Danny Carey from Tool
Mike Portnoy from Dream Theater
Neal Peart from Rush
Bill Bruford from Yes / King Crimson / Japan?, etc...
Vinny Colaiuta from various
Carl Palmer from ELP
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Old 9th April 2014, 02:05 AM   #83
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Oh, another favorite performance, that surely deserves more sales than "in a gadda da vita...."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpvbRdSiXUY
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Old 10th April 2014, 04:05 AM   #84
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this doesn't look all that easy to play -

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speeds up about half way through.

check out 3:25 - 3:28 -


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teilBW9qQ3U
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Old 10th April 2014, 05:40 AM   #85
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Santana ...... "Moonflower" ....... "Head, Hands, and Feet" (Soul Sacrifice) by Graham Lear
Just stunning!
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Old 11th April 2014, 10:09 AM   #86
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I Denmark we also have a fantastic female drummer

Marilyn Mazur - YouTube
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Phil Collins in the air tonight. I always liked the drums in this one too, the kick drum sounds especially good Phil Collins - I Don't Care Anymore - YouTube
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I like Neil Peart but, an obscure drummer/ drum solo that has good quality is Munetaka Higuchi from Loudness.
The one in particular is from Live-Loud-Alive. Not the best technically, but very good to listen to. Nice sound from an 80's recording. The Yamaha drum set helps.

Nicko McBrain is worth listening to.

Also, Reed St. Mark on " Into The Pandemonium" from Celtic Frost.

These might not be the best drummers or recordings and not even solo's (sorry) but drummers I enjoy.

I have played drums for 20+ years just for back round info on me.

The Godsmack drummers don't seem to impressive, sorry.

Just listened to Thomas Lang. Incredible.
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One of the more interesting and "intimate" - if that's the right word- short solos and following accompaniment I've heard in quite a while was Terry Bozzio, "Duende" (Tony Levin and Steve Stevens) on Narada Gypsy
Actually some pretty decent picking on this one as well.
BOZZIO LEVIN STEVENS DUENDE - YouTube


Sure, he (Terry) can get as carried away on a big @$$ concert show off kit as the next guy, but he can also exhibit some delightful finesse

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One of the more interesting and "intimate" - if that's the right word- short solos and following accompaniment I've heard in quite a while was Terry Bozzio, "Duende" (Tony Levin and Steve Stevens) on Narada Gypsy
Actually some pretty decent picking on this one as well.
BOZZIO LEVIN STEVENS DUENDE - YouTube


Sure, he (Terry) can get as carried away on a big @$$ concert show off kit as the next guy, but he can also exhibit some delightful finesse

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Holy damn thats some drum kit beautiful.
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