#4
My favorite ones were Chambers, Harrison and Royster Jr.

Even though I'm a HUGE Copeland fan. Also, as awesome as Neil Peart's drumming is on those Rush albums, I never felt the same way about his live solos. Dunno if it's just me...

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#5
I agree completely, I love Peart, but his solos have never done anything for me.
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#6
Gavin Harrison, closely followed by Gavin Harrison.

Though that Sheila E. Playing in Heels?!?! Double bass pedalling never looked so good!

EDIT: I meant closely followed by Tony Royster Jr, but I'll keep the first one for humor purposes.
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#8
I'm sorry, Sheila E. killed it in heels. any other arguments are invalid.

(no really, i did not expect to see those intense heels.)
#9
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I'm sorry, Sheila E. killed it in heels. any other arguments are invalid.

(no really, i did not expect to see those intense heels.)


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