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    I don't know if this actually qualifies a 'classic rock' item, but just got the 1982 Hughes/Thrall CD. Pretty good hard rock stuff, and you can't beat the Glenn Hughes' "Voice of Rock" vocals. Finding that some of the drum parts are pretty good for me to work on, some of them pretty simple, no great shakes as far as really 'good drumming' goes, but nice parts to learn and play along with.

    Overall, the CD is good stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cabasner View Post
    I don't know if this actually qualifies a 'classic rock' item, but just got the 1982 Hughes/Thrall CD. Pretty good hard rock stuff, and you can't beat the Glenn Hughes' "Voice of Rock" vocals. Finding that some of the drum parts are pretty good for me to work on, some of them pretty simple, no great shakes as far as really 'good drumming' goes, but nice parts to learn and play along with.

    Overall, the CD is good stuff!
    I agree. I had to dust mine off after seeing your post. The vocals are some of Hughes best. The drumming is pretty much top-notch 80's rock/pop from three of the top LA guys of the time: Frankie Banali, Gary Malliber, and Gary Ferguson I don't have time to look, but I think two of them are still working drummers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slinky View Post
    Love it, That Taye Parasonic kit sounds incredible too. I came soo close to buying one of those.
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    I Saw the Light - Todd Rundgren


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    Blues Image - Ride Captain Ride


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    Cheap trick-Dream Police

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    When my girlfriend and I were vacationing in Ireland a few years ago, we set aside half a day to drive out to St. Fintan's Cemetary, in the town of Sutton, for a personal pilgrimage.

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    (too many favorite classic rock songs by Thin Lizzy, for me too mention; of all the groups who I followed as a teen in the 70's, they were the first whose repertoire I began re-purchasing on CD's in the late 90s)
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    Last edited by slinky; 11-08-2015 at 02:25 AM.
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    Hypmotized. By Fleetwood mac is a great song for featuring drums throughout

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    Frampton


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    Another awesome under rated band from Boston,
    Very fun song to play

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    We do a bunch of Hendrix tunes, and are adding Wait Till Tomorrow to the stable. Can't find a good video. Man what a blast that song is to play on the drums! The guitarist wants to do Earth Blues too, also a killer tune. We do a great version of The Guess Who's No Sugar Tonight right into New Mother Nature too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olimpass View Post
    My favorite Romantics song ...

    Remember when it first came out. Loved this video, it was very well produced for the time ...

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    powerhouse drumming! RIP Leonard Haze
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    The Guess Who. Great band from Winnipeg, my city. In fact, Randy Bachman went to my high school!
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    MF big band jazz rock disco funk fusion Steve Gadd

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    Not the original.............

    but man, these guys sound good......................they cover all the songs I grew up with.


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    killer drum sound
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2euKIcljqMk

    A VH classic off of Women and Children First - Love In A Simple Rhyme
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    Peter Gabriel still one of my favorite artists

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