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  1. Thread: Phil Rudd

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    Phil Rudd

    Phil Rudd was the drummer for the Australian band "AC/DC". He also released an album called "Head Job" He hasn't done much else, but what he did was a lot in itself.

    Here he is playing "Highway...
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    Billy Hart

    Billy Hart is an American jazz drummer but also played with Otis Redding and Sam and Dave. He has made eleven albums under his own
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    Other people played and recorded with are Quest (7...
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    Doug Clifford

    Doug Clifford (Douglas Raymond "Cosmo" Clifford) was the drummer for "Creedence Clearwater Revival" more commonly known as "CCR" which played from 1968 to 1972. They originated in California and...
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    Chris von Rohr

    Chris von Rohr is a Swiss drummer who founded "Krokus", a Swiss Heavy Metal band. He also played and recorded with the Steve Whitney Band, Headhunter, Chris von Rohr,​ The Heavy’s, Gotthard, and...
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    Gerald Michael Edmonton

    Gerald Michael Edmonton (Gerald McCrohan) was a Canadian drummer who is most note for playing In "Steppenwolf". The band was originally "The Sparrows", but after some changes and a move to Clifornia...
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    Johnny "Bee" Badanjek

    Johnny "Bee" Badanjek is most note for being the drummer for "Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels". He started playing with them when he was 16 years old.

    After the band broke up in 1967 he...
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    Denzil Best

    Denzil Best (Denzil DaCosta Beat) was a major bebop drummer. He played and recorded with jazz legends such as Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins (1944?45), Illinois Jacquet (1946) and Chubby Jackson. He...
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    Chris Layton

    Chris Layton (Christopher "Chris" Layton, aka "whipper") is an American drummer who is famous for playing wiht "Double Trouble" (Stevie Ray Vaughan's band). Double Trouble was a "blues-rock" band....
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    Re: Mike Terrana

    Drum solo by Mike.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzKiOZUQRO0
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    Mike Terrana

    Mike Terrana is an American hard rock/heavy metal drummer. He is mostly noted for playing with Yngwie Malmsteen (four albums), Tony Macalpine (foru albums), Gamma Ray. He has playe with many European...
  11. Thread: Snoopy

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    Re: Snoopy

    This is a little extra since he didn't play with a lot of bands or make a lot of cds. This sort of makes up for that (if you have the time).

    "Revelation" from De Capo.

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  12. Thread: Snoopy

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    Snoopy

    Alban "Snoopy" Pfisterer played with the 60s psychedelic band "Love" between 1965 and 1967. There isn't much to say about him other than that. He played on the first two albums (Love and De Capo)...
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    Spencer Dryden

    Spencer Dryden was best know for playing with "the Jefferson Airplane" which was one of the first "psychedelic" rock bands. They were headliners at the 1967 MontereyPop Festival, Woostock, Altamont...
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    Stix Hooper

    Stix Hooper (Nesbert "Stix" Hooper) is an Amreican drummer most note for playing with "The Jazz Crusader". He made more than thirty two albums with them and six albums as leader.

    He has worked...
  15. Thread: Randy Z

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    Randy Z

    Randy Z (Randy Zehringer) , the brother of Rick Derringer (Rhichard Zehringer) were the founders of "the McCoys" (the name taken from the B side of "Walk Don't Run" by the Ventures called "The...
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    Bruce Gary

    Bruce Gary was an American drummer who was best known as the drummer for "the Knack". He was nominated for two Grammy Awards as a stage performer, producer, and recording artist. He played with Jack...
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    Lewis Nash

    Lewis Nash has played on more than 400 albums and earned the most valuable player by "Modern Drummer" magazine in the May, 2009 issue.

    As leader (more than 5 albums)​, Kenny Barron, The Blue...
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    Sticky: Re: Holy Grail of Drum Tips (for noobs)

    If you want to get good a substitutuing your right hand with your right foot (or left for left if you're left handed) then do the exercises in "Stick Control" with your right foot playing the right...
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    Joe Farnsworth

    Joe Farnsworth is an American jazz drummer who is noted for playing with Eric Alexander (tenor sax) and made more than 18 albums with him. He also has several albums under his own name.

    He also...
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    Sticky: Re: Holy Grail of Drum Tips (for noobs)

    Things to do considering tinnitus. Don't use a moniter. Use ear plugs (good ones) when you practice and even play live if the sound is going to be surrounding you. If the sound is directed out and...
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    Hugh Grundy

    Hugh Grundy was a founding member of the Zombies in 1962. The Zombies were part of the British invasion lead by the Beatles. They had several hit songs that have been copied by numerous groups.
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    John Steel

    John Steel, and Engish drummer, played with the Animals from 1963?1966, 1975?1976, 1983 and 1992-present. He started playing jazz, and his major influences were Elvin Jones and Art Blakey. He later...
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    Gene Parsons

    Gene Parsons is best know for playing with the Byrds from 1968 to 1972. He made more than seven albums with the Byrds and made three albums under his own name. He also played and recorded with the...
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    Michael Clarke

    Michael Clarke is best known for playing with the Byrds from 1964 to 1967. He played on seven Byrds albums and also played and recorded with The Flying Burrito Bros, Gram Parsons, Roger McGuinn,...
  25. Thread: Ed Thgpen

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    Ed Thigpen

    Ed Thigpen is best know for his work with Oscar Peterson from 1959 to 1965 and made more than thirty albums with him. He made more thatn ten albums as leader.

    Gene Ammons, Dorothy Ashby, Kenny...
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