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    Michael Shrieve of Santana
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    Steve Gadd
    Harvey Mason
    Lenny White
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    Gavin Harrison

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belzecat View Post
    Quite some great listening in this thread.
    As for drummers, do you have examples of heavy grooving on a simple bare-bone beat. The kind of extremely simple and common beat that sounds really groovy because dynamics, touch and rhythmic placements (like the backbeat behind the beat, light swing in hihat, or a certain "je ne sais quoi") ?
    Led Zeppelin - When the Levee Breaks
    Paul Simon - 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
    Steely Dan - the entire Aja album
    Porcupine Tree - Sound of Muzak

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olimpass View Post
    Stevie Wonder lead vocal, Fender Rhodes, harmonica, drums, Moog bass

    Since I just recently became a drummer I listen to music in a whole new way, focusing on the drums which I never did before. Put on one of my favorite albums if all time "Music Of My Mind" by Stevie Wonder looking for new ideas, groove etc...ok I always new that the credits on that album list him as playing pretty much everything on that album, omg, if he did nothing else he could've been known as an awesome drummer. Listen the the foot work on the first track, "Love Having You Around". Unbelievable!
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    Steve Gadd. I also really like Billy Ward, they are both very musical in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olimpass View Post
    Billy Martin drums

    My favoritist drummer
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    Chris "Whipper" Layton

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    Arron Spears
    Stewart Copeland
    Ray Griffin Jr
    Jeff Pacaro
    Questlove
    John Blackwell
    Steve Arrington

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