#1
For a little project I'm going, I'd like to hear if anyone knows any good drum intros/breaks (where only the drums are playing), stuff that's got a good groove. No solos, though. When the Levee Breaks is good, Moby Dick not so much.

I'd love to hear any recommendations
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#2
that first part of down with the sickness by disturbed

beginning of midlife crisis by faith no more

the first part of duality by slipknot (has other instruments, but good drumming)
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#5
John Lennon - Instant Karma

It's got a great amount of fills that kind of round out the choruses and whatnot. Good track.
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#7
Baby Don't You Do It - The Who
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#8
I don't know if it's just drums at any point, but the fills in A Day in the Life are amazing.
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#9
The drumroll in "Bold As Love" that leads into the final solo.
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#10
Intro and really whole song of "Fire" by Jimi Hendrix...

Drum fills in "Hey Jude" by the Beatles are quite good...

Intro and most of "Birthday" by the Beatles...

Intro to "Sgt. Pepper's Reprise" by the Beatles is very famous and recognizable...

Ginger Baker's drumming during the outro solo in Cream's "White Room" is incredible...

The break that introduces the drums in the middle section of "Behind Blue Eyes" by the Who is good too...

Fills that bring the drums in during the intro to "Baba O' Riley" by The Who...

"Bargain" by the Who would be one of the best...

"In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins... probably the most famous drum part ever...

Intro fill in "Only the Good Die Young" by Billy Joel...

"La Grange" by ZZ Top

Intro to "Gimme All Your Lovin'" by ZZ Top

"Traveln' Band" by CCR... got some great drums...

And that's all I can think of, hope it helped.
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#11
Little Wing has some incredible Drum fills, both Hendrix's, Derek & the Dominoes' and SRV's
#12
Alex Van Halen's intro on Hot For Teacher and Aerosmith's Walk this way has gotta be one of the most recognisable
#13
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that first part of down with the sickness by disturbed

beginning of midlife crisis by faith no more

the first part of duality by slipknot (has other instruments, but good drumming)

CLASSIC ROCK drum breaks.

I was going to say Bold As Love, but someone already has. Ah, I guess I did anyway.
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#14
Maybe The Beatles' Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End medley bit? Ringo does phenomenal drum work and a majority of it is straight up fills.

Oh and we're are forgetting just about every single Police song as well, amazing drumming there.
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#15
The intro to Peaches en Regalia by Frank Zappa? That's a pretty good drum roll.
#16
Cozy Powell's in Stargazer by Rainbow. Just before Dio sings "Now where do we go" the second time.
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The drumroll in "Bold As Love" that leads into the final solo.

+1

Phased drums ftw
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#20
I always thought the drum breaks in Black Betty by Ram Jam were cool, short, but cool.
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#22
bargain (and most of the who's stuff)
the outro of white room - cream
stairway to heaven - at the end of the solo, like one phrase before "and as we wind on down the road"


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