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Favorite drummer in rock history

Discussion in 'Music' started by Guns N Guitars, Jan 27, 2018.

  1. Guns N Guitars

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    Think outside the box for a change.
     



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    100% agreement. I get into it with people who are Rolling Stones fans I just think the Who blows them away. The Who is one of my all time favs. Keith Moon was a bad ass drummer.
     
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    You’re the one thinking inside the box, bro.
     
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  6. Guns N Guitars

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    No laughter from me, a like his playing a lot. If you haven't seen it, check out RHCP's Live From The Basement.
     
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    I've always liked him too, but never knew his name lol. Not a big fan of DMB as a whole though...
     
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    Love jazz-influenced guys in rock, big reason why I love Jimmy Chamberlain's playing.
     
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    Well I like The Stones more than The Who if only because the depth of their catalog is so much more impressive. I find it hard to explain, but with The Stones it's the overall sound and the way they blend together as a whole that makes them great.. the individual instruments are almost irrelevant. With The Who it's more like a great jazz combo playing rock.
     
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    No doubt the stones have a ton of good songs but I just don't care for them as much as The Who. Actually I just am not much of a stones fan save for a few songs.

    Saw them both in concert and the Who was my second favorite concert ever. The stones was the worst.
     
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    I never saw the Who and after Moon & then Entwistle died wasn't really all that interested. I've seen the Stones several times. They've been great, bad and in-between.
     
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    I guess exploding drums makes for a good drummer... :rolleyes2:
     
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    I've seen the Stones perform four times and never saw a poor performance.
     
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    It's a tough choice for me. The Who was probably the best overall group of talent ever. Keith Moon, top 3 drummer. John Entwhistle, top 3 bassist. Roger Daltry, Top 10 vocal. Pete Townsend, top 30 guitarist. They have a great catalog of songs as well.
    The Rolling Stones are great though.
     
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    I saw them at the Silverdome.

    I saw The Who and several bands opened up for them. One was Stevie Ray Vaughn, just before that fatal day.