#2
moby dick??? o.O

the doors break on through?
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#4
A Day in the Life, awesomely timed fills, which are jsut the right touch to a song. I think Ringo is one of those drummers to listen to as how the drums contribute to the whole song rather than the wizardry of his playing. Everythng he does punctuates the rest of the song perfectly.
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#6
"Who do You Love" by George Thorogood. The Bo Diddley beat is the most important thing a drummer needs to know.
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#7
In My Time of Dying - Led Zeppelin

Dirty Drums.
GET THE LED OUT!

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#8
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wont get fooled again. the best drum song ever imo


I was going to suggest that song. Keith Moon's drum fills before Daltrey's epic scream are some of the best to have ever been played.
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#11
Funk #49 - Joe Walsh: some tricky beats and fills in there.

Working Man - Rush: really great song for if you're looking to improve the independence between your arms and feet, or just improving the endurance of your bass drum foot.

Roller - April Wine: good for practicing triplets, another good song for practicing foot/arm independence.

Fire Your Guns - AC/DC: practicing 4/4 beats at extremely high tempos is a great way of improving endurance and timekeeping.

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#12
Fire-Jimi Hendrix
great drumming.
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#13
I 'll post a few drummers you should check out for material:

Keith Moon
Ginger Baker
John Densmore
Neil Peart
Ringo Starr
Mitch Mitchell
Alan White
Nigel Olsson

There, that should give you good material for some quite time.
#14
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In My Time of Dying - Led Zeppelin

Dirty Drums.

Hell yes. That and White Room by Cream
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#15
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Toad - Cream

That was mine.

Fire by Hendrix also has good drums.
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#16
definately most of the songs by jimi hendrix, there were some good songs of his with the drums constantly going off but i forgot the names of them all
#17
Quote by BlackArmor
I 'll post a few drummers you should check out for material:

Keith Moon
Ginger Baker
John Densmore
Neil Peart
Ringo Starr
Mitch Mitchell
Alan White
Nigel Olsson

There, that should give you good material for some quite time.


Umm, why is John Bonham not on this list?
k thx bye
#18
Umm, why is John Bonham not on this list?
k thx bye


I only suggest drummers I've heard records, and it's not Bonham's case.
#19
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Umm, why is John Bonham not on this list?
k thx bye


I only suggest drummers I've heard records, and it's not Bonham's case.

Hes the drummer from Led Zeppelin. He probably has the fastest feet ever. Hes just awesome.
#22
I wish I would see more Don Brewer (Grand Funk Railroad) on these Great Drummers threads.
He's a pretty impressive drummer, check him out.
#23
Four Sticks & When The Levee Breaks & Black Dog - Zeppelin
Run To The Hills & Gangland - Iron Maiden
Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple
Sunshine Of Your Love - Cream
Saturday Night Special - Lynyrd Skynyrd
The Man Who Sold the World - Nirvana

(are all those classic rock? oh well)
#24
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Four Sticks & When The Levee Breaks & Black Dog - Zeppelin
Run To The Hills & Gangland - Iron Maiden
Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple
Sunshine Of Your Love - Cream
Saturday Night Special - Lynyrd Skynyrd
The Man Who Sold the World - Nirvana

(are all those classic rock? oh well)

All but the last one, but "The Man Who Sold the World" is by David Bowie, who is in the classic rock genre.
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#25
If 6 Was 9 - Jimi Hendrix Experience
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#26
i gotta say, i learned how to play drums through the doors first album, then took it from there. its a baaadasss foundation.
#28
There are some good Peter Criss drum beats. Check some of the early Kiss stuff for that.