Mike Portnoy of Dream Theater?
Buddy Rich by far.
Buddy rich,Gene Krupa,Ginger Baker,and Keith Moon.
Gene Krupa FTW
Tony Williams, Flo Mounier, Jimmy Chamberlain, Danny Carey, Elvin Jones
Danny Carey. <3 <3 <3
you know it
AAAAh ! an enlightened person!
I have only been re-plugged in to drummer videos for a short time .,. this year and have found two more :
Carl Palmer from Yes ELP and King Crimson.. And Bill Bruford. Check them out !
Larry Mullen Junior. Not because I think he's the best, but just because I love U2 and he is about the finest looking drummer around.
Topper Headon from the Clash, nicknamed the human drum machine ,for his impeccable timing ,not flashy, but he could play all styles very well, including the very tricky reggae/dub style,which even the mighty John Bonham failed miserably to nail, just listen to "D'Yer Maker" which is Zeps attempt at a reggae song ,he also wrote the music to Rock the Casbah and played piano and bass guitar on it.
Yeah Paul was the coolest(still is) bass player on the planet. And that was a great track from a stunning classic album,i love train in vain. Im a bass player too. :)
Tommy Aldridge and Neil Peart are my favorites. I have seen Rush a few times and Peart is a master. I got to see Tommy Aldridge with Pat Travers Band and he was amazing and maybe a little bit scary.
I have been fortunate to catch Rush three times. Once in 1981, then in 1984 and finally in 1997. I consider their music after Subdivisions as "new stuff".
I always liked Copeland as well. Just like Keith Moon, he got accused of being sloppy. They are both in my top ten.
Have you ever listened to Gene Krupa?
I have to start paying more attention to drummers... lol has anyone said Rick Allen
Pete Best or Ringo Star, would be a tough choice.
Jimmy The Rev-Avenged 7x, Danny Carey-Tool. No contest.
The Rev, One of my favourites... sucks he died though
I bawled my eyes out for SO long, man.
ian paice from deep purple, carl palmer from elp - cozy powell
a lot of people dont know this drummer but i have seen him a lot over the years - Joe Franco. He was in the band the Good Rats and briefly for a couple of years in the band Twisted Sister. This guy i rate up there amongst the best.
stewart is def an excellent drummer no doubt i cannot agree or disagree with you on that because i really never went deep into checking his style out. i have heard him play but again never really studied him.
been playing for like 20 yrs
me i likened my style to a cross between rock and funk music.For example if you ever heard the group the average white band- listen to there music the drumming that kind of style i like a lot. the songs pick up the pieces or work to do or cut the cake. I am a different type of drummer in that i like the combo of that style plus rock together
same back at you and tell your son to hang in there dont give it up good musicians are getting hard to find theses days. yeah average white band is a different style of music that funk rock cross but i love it .
same to you and thanks
Frank beard of zz top
Max when he was with Springsteen