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    Quote Originally Posted by pcs90 View Post
    Larnell Lewis. I heard him on the most recent Snarky Puppy album and was completely blown away.
    One of my favorite drummers. The guy is incredible!
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    Boom, ching, boom boom ching, fuggadugga fuggadugga fuggadugga crash. Rinse, Repeat ad-nauseum.

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    Nothing says 'tough' like a drummer with ducklings on his drums. Ha!

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    Jerry Mercer ( april wine)
    Garry Peterson (The guess who)

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    I'm kind of fond of Chris Layton's laid back style of playing. I remember in an interview he said he didn't do a lot of fancy stuff that other drummers do because he didn't want to drop the groove. I can appreciate that.

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    Paul Delong, Kim Mitchell Band

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    Mark Craney - Gino Vannelli, Jethro Tull, Tower of Power, and others ...

    An incredible human being and drummer ... gone much too soon ...

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    Agree on Barriemore Barlow, Mark Craney, and Mike Giles.
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    Just about every jazz drummer. Most of them can play their rear ends off, but in such a rock centered music world, only recieve a fraction of the acclaim they deserve.

    all the best...

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    True kay very true.

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    Another great drummer Willie " too tall" Hall who played with the Blues Brothers Review, Isacc Hayes and Bar Kays. The reason I bought him up is that I just finished watching the Blues Brothers movie lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kay-gee View Post
    Just about every jazz drummer. Most of them can play their rear ends off, but in such a rock centered music world, only recieve a fraction of the acclaim they deserve.

    all the best...
    I thought that exact same thing on the way to work this morning. So many go unnoticed because of the genre they are in. Whoever controls it decides for the rock bands and drummers
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    Quote Originally Posted by wired View Post
    He talks about it in this interview.
    http://www.bobdaisley.com/interview/fuse-lee-kerslake

    If you remember Blizzard was the first album and Dairy the second. The band was originally was going to be just "Blizzard of Oz" not just the Ozzy Osbourne band from what I heard. Lee didn't just do the drum parts either put help write the songs and lyrics.
    But then after Bob and Lee were fired they gave credit to Rudy and Tommy and put them on the picture sleeve. They took Ozzy/Sharon to court over it royalty's ect.. but I think it got dismissed. Big money pushing little people out of the way I guess but yeah it was dirty..really dirty!
    Ozzy even brought Bob Daisley back to help write and record Bark at the moon. I'm not sure but I think the only album Tommy Aldridge recorded with Ozzy is Bark at the moon.
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    Love the Doors great band You're right about John Densmore. I love music that has depth it just keeps giving and giving ya know.Robby Krieger is certainly under appreciated as well.Phil Rudd heck of a drummer. the murder for hire stuff kind of scares me though lol..
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    two more drummers I really like that don't get the credit they should I guess would be Kirk Arrington of metal church.
    and Clive Burr of Maiden R.I.P
    man, i'd want to put a hit on whoever did that if it was done to me. The Speak Of The Devil record I'm pretty sure was Aldridge. I know that was pretty much a different band but if there was ever an underrated guitar player Brad Gilles would be my pick. He sounds freaking awesome on that record. Still one of my all time favorite live records, overdubs or not lol
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    Matt Cameron. Especially from the Soundgarden tracks. And yes, most jazz drummers.

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    Sonic Youth's very own Steve Shelley, although I probably say that because he's the reason I picked up a drumstick to begin with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SunDog View Post
    Sean Kinney
    HELLZ yes +1

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    Nicko McBrain
    Mitch Mitchell

    and the most underrated rock drummer ever IMO- Tim Alexander.


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    Dave DiCenso






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    Dave DiCenso 's funk grooves are amazing as well. Great drummer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangermoney View Post
    Mark Craney - Gino Vannelli, Jethro Tull, Tower of Power, and others ...

    An incredible human being and drummer ... gone much too soon ...
    If you're going Craney ,then might as well throw in Casey Scheuerell and Rayford Griffin.
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    Daniel Peter "Danny" Seraphine, the original drummer for Chicago:




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    Quote Originally Posted by pgm554 View Post
    If you're going Craney ,then might as well throw in Casey Scheuerell and Rayford Griffin.
    Agreed ...

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    Ringo Starr
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    Quote Originally Posted by wired View Post
    Ringo Starr
    Hmmm I wouldn't exactly consider him under appreciated. He is the reason about a million guys of our generation started drumming and He made Ludwig Drums a household word in a single nights TV appearance.

    all the best...

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    Mario Duplantier. Gojira might be one of the more popular metal bands today but I don't often see Mario Duplantier's name mentioned. That guy's a beast.
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    Rick Allen. He could really play before the accident.(he still can). He was one of the first drummers I saw using traditional grip for that style of hard rock.

    Dave Ketchum. Man does he hit hard.
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    Very true..but I feel kids growing up today don't really listen to bands like the Beatles or guys like Ian Paice mostly because they see classic rock as Dad rock lol..I know my son thinks this. I tell ya the guy that did those early Heart records was pretty good to!

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