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Old 01-07-10, 09:07 AM   #1
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Greatest Drum Solo of all time


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Old 01-07-10, 09:25 AM   #2
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I think it's the one John Bonham did in Moby Dick, but I'm really not that big of a drum or guitar solo fan, (unless it's Prince.)
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I like mine short and too the point.
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Old 01-07-10, 09:46 AM   #4
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My favorite is Michael Shrieve & Mike Carabello (drums/congas) doing Soul Sacrifice at Woodstock. Starts about 2min in

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbaDdHmj09c
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My top picks -

Tommy Aldridge (a cyclist, btw) - "Up" from Black Oak Arkansas Raunch and Roll

Bob Rigg - "We Got To Get Out Of This Place" from The Frost Rock and Roll Music

Ian Paice - Third Movement from Deep Purple Concerto for Group and Orchestra
btw if you get the DVD they cut the third movement - and most of the drum solo...BOO!


also - worth You Tubing for Mr. Bean playing the invisible drum kit
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Old 01-07-10, 12:28 PM   #6
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Neil Peart, anyone?
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Old 01-07-10, 12:29 PM   #7
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Nothing beats Neil Peart.

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Old 01-07-10, 12:55 PM   #8
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What, no innagaddadavida???? You guys are so young!
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So many to consider, so little time. One solo that comes to mind as a sick ass moment on the drums is the Gadd-Weckl-Colaiuta drum battle, the stuff Vinnie plays around 4:20 shows that guy can play anything.


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Old 01-07-10, 01:09 PM   #10
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I'm not that young, I just hate the song.
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That was the first, actually the only, drum solo I thought of. Plus it's long enough to play on the steering wheel no matter how long the traffic light is.
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Terry Bozzio blows them all the way. Just Say'in.

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Gene Krupa with Benny Goodman band, Sing Sing Sing.
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Look into Tomas Haake somtime Spreggy.


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Keeping in FZ killer drummers mode, Chad Wackerman's "giant phallus" solo during "Let's Move To Cleveland" at the Front Row Theatre, Cleveland Ohio. A thing of aural and visual insane artistry.

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Old 01-07-10, 07:01 PM   #19
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My favorite is Michael Shrieve & Mike Carabello (drums/congas) doing Soul Sacrifice at Woodstock. Starts about 2min in

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbaDdHmj09c
Check the same tune from Santana's "Moonflower" disc. Here's a clue, it's called "Head, hands and feet." Mike plays without sticks. Phenomenal. It's in Soul Sacrifice as well. Always been my fav.

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ginger baker of cream playing on "toad" off of 1968's wheels of fire.
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How about Buddy Rich at the Hague 1970

Here's Neil Peart at a Buddy Rich Memorial...


And one of Buddy Rich's tirades... DEFINATELY NSFW!!!!

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The only three drummers that came to mind when I opened this thread were Buddy Rich, Neil Peart, and Animal.

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This is why the man is considered to the the best there is...

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Undoubtedly, Peart is great, but doesn't it seem that eveytime you see him play a solo, you've seen that solo before? I've seen Rush three times in 20 years. Same basic core solo everytime, and I've been playing drums for forty years. I know rhythms and syncopated solos well. I see the same solo everytime. I have "Rush In Rio" and "R30," both are DVDs. Same core solo on both vids.

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Undoubtedly, Peart is great, but doesn't it seem that eveytime you see him play a solo, you've seen that solo before? I've seen Rush three times in 20 years. Same basic core solo everytime, and I've been playing drums for forty years. I know rhythms and syncopated solos well. I see the same solo everytime. I have "Rush In Rio" and "R30," both are DVDs. Same core solo on both vids.
Yes, I agree however, if a band plays a song at every concert, are they not doing the same thing? While the core is the same, he does change it up and also changes the kit. There is no denying his talent though.

I was pretty fortunate having flown them on two tours. I went to every show and all were different yet the same. Three very great personalities, three excellent musicians and 3 of the nicest and most generous people I have ever met. The tours are six months of non stop fun.
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