Praised for his power and versatility as a drummer, Barker also founded a clothing company. In Octoberhe was cleared to perform again after blood clots in both arms had caused him to temporarily stop playing the drums. One of his quirks is that he sometimes plays barefoot. I went to two bass drums just for a while and I realized that I can nearly do as much with one as the effect you can get with two. Phillips is a technically gifted drummer who was introduced to music by his musician father, Sid Phillips.
He moved to America in to play with Toto and later recorded his own albums, including Protocol in He has also worked as arranger, producer and engineer. He was one of the first drummers to combine jazz, funk and rock. After he began playing with Sting. The Texas-born musician started Pantera in with his brother, and the heavy metal band earned four Grammy nominations before disbanding in amid rumours of a rift. He was known for using triggered samples mixed with live-miked drums during shows on a kit that had a custom dragon finish modelled on the design of his hat.
Smith, who was born on October 25,joined the band in He said he learned his trade playing lots of clubs in Detroit. He has also worked regularly with hard rock band Chickenfoot. Smith, who is known for the infectious beats in his playing, has also been an in-demand session musician, playing with The Dixie Chicks, Johnny Cash and The Avett Brothers.
In the mids, he also scored three hits with tracks featuring his trademark thumping style. His is considered a versatile drummer and has worked in the jazz arena with stars such as Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock. InColaiuta released a self-titled solo album. As well as his Grammy-winning drum work on records with The Rootshe is also known for his appearances with the band on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallonwhere they are the regular in-house group.
In recent years he has been a producer on the hit Broadway musical Hamilton. The records he has played on include 30 that have gone gold or platinum. She has also played with Quasi and cult indie band The Shins.
Weiss is a powerful, inventive drummer who has helped break down some of the traditional barriers against female drummers. Appice also wrote the acclaimed book The Realistic Rock Drum Methodwhich sold nearly half a million copies.
In he had to have a thumb amputated but he adapted a drumstick by fitting it with a thick handle from a maraca. After an early career with Soundgarden a band he later re-joinedhe was invited on tour by Pearl Jam and became a permanent fixture in their band. He is a technically gifted player, known for his fast solos during live shows. Shrieve, born on July 6,was the original drummer for Santana and played on the first eight albums by the seminal group.
This sophisticated drummer has played alongside artists in such diverse genres as rock, jazz, electronic, dance and world music, and was saluted for his groundbreaking use of electronic percussion when it was a new medium in the 70s. For the past 10 years he has been working on a personal project called Drums Of Compassionon which he is composer, producer and drummer.
He said he also loved jazz and based his tuning on the model of Gene Krupa. He is best known as the original drummer of heavy metal band Black Sabbath and was noted for his innovative use of floor toms. In recent years, after playing with a new band called Day Of Errors, he was forced to take a break from music because of heart problems. She also worked closely with Prince. He is best known as the drummer and co-founder of the heavy metal band Metallicaa band he joined after answering an advert in a magazine.
He has been knighted by the Danish government. After working with Pat Travers, he made his name with bands such as Whitesnake and Thin Lizzy in the 70s.
Aldridge is considered to have set the standard for double-bass rock drumming and has continued playing with Whitesnake into the 21st Century. Give me 15 takes and I will want He said his biggest influence was Rush drummer Neil Peart.
The co-founder of the progressive rock band Dream Theater, Portnoy was particularly pleased to become the second youngest musician, after Peart, to be inducted into the Modern Drummer Hall Of Fame in After moving to America, he started a band with brother Eddie. After meeting David Lee Roth, they formed Mammoth. The two brothers are the only members of Van Halen who have been in the band for its entire duration.
Alex is a master of the snare drum and at live shows is known for his aggressive solos and stage pyrotechnics. He has cited jazz drummer Buddy Rich as a big influence on his playing. He got his first drum kit at 15 and decided that, being left handed, he needed to devise techniques that would fit the right-handed drum kits. He later returned to Deep Purple. A key member of the collective of session musicians known as The Funk Brothers, he was known for his deft brushwork and explosive drum fills.
A brilliant technician, he was born in Birmingham, England, on March 20, He came from a musical family: his grandfather played the drums, his grandmother was a symphony violinist and his father had a dance band. He said his main influence was Gene Krupa. In the 21st Century he started his own Carl Palmer Band. He died of natural causes, aged 61, on November 12, Collins, who was born on January 30,in the London suburb of Chiswick, is also a popular singer, songwriter and record producer.
He said he was given his first drum when he was three. I just wanted to make a career out of being a drummer. Or is it someone that sits in the song with their own feel? Ringo was the king of feel. Watts, who was born on June 2,in London, grew up loving Miles Davis and John Coltrane, and started out as a graphic artist.
He combined his love of art and jazz by writing a book about Charlie Parker. He has remained a key member of the Stones for over five decades, taking occasional breaks to work with his own jazz orchestra.
He said that many of the techniques he used throughout his career, including his snare hand technique, were learned from his first teacher, Chuck Brown.
Bozzio started his career in garage bands and became famous for his work with the band Missing Persons and as a drummer for Frank Zappa, with whom he appeared on 26 albums. Born on January 14, in Warren, Ohio, Grohl dropped out of high school to play with the group Scream before auditioning for Nirvana. His drumming has been praised for his fills, using unexpected accents, breaks and syncopation in the snare.
I get goosebumps when I hear his playing. Copeland, who was born in Alexandria, Virginia, on July 16,began drum lessons at the age of 12 and got his start in the music business as a road manager for Curved Air, assuming drumming duties for the band in His work with The Police was famed for its reggae-tinged rhythms and seemingly effortless cymbal work.
Just letting the drums sing. Carey, who says Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker - Timeless (Vinyl loved the jazz drumming of Steve Gadd, is a texturally and harmonically accomplished drummer.
He had an enormous, forceful, crisp energy in his playing and his powerful beat propelled any band he sat in with. Rich played with many of the great jazz stars of the 20th Century and toured extensively with Jazz At The Philharmonic in the 40s and 50s, before forming his own band in the 60s. He later played with Blind Faith. Baker, who said you had to be made to be a drummer, claimed that the secret of his drum work with Cream — and his skillful use of the hi-hats, tom-toms and cymbals — was the jazz-like improvisation he brought to their sound.
The drummer was a major factor in their success. Rush have sold more than 40 million albums worldwide and his sculptured drum solos have been a celebrated feature of their live shows. The Who drummer, who also worked with Jimmy Page and John Lennon, had a reputation for wild behaviour, but was one of the most distinctive and influential drummers in the history of rock.
He was a magnificent drummer for Led Zeppelin, acclaimed for his Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker - Timeless (Vinyl, power, distinctive sound and touch, and his fast bass drumming.
I think he will forever be the greatest drummer of all time. Discover the best female drummers of all time. You are wrong about Ringo I heard drummers talk about how he played and what sound came out of 4 drums. Hey idiot you seem to have a lot to say about nothing so my question to you what about Nick Mason?? If unfamiliar with his style, check him out. You should check out this drummers progress. It was actually a joke by Jasper Carrott.
It has been erroniously attributed to Lennon. Cliff, you obviously know nothing about drumming as both Ringo and Dave Clark have been highly praised by real drummers. You are a moron so please shut the hell up! Ringo had a style all of his own and it worked very well, I too feel that he should be 1. If he thought so much of his style of playing, why did he not show any confidence in him during their first recording session?
I had never fully believed them, but this kind of talk will continue to follow Starr. When you are considered by many to be the least talented in the most famous band in the world, this kind of thing is inevitable. I, personally love Ringo and think he is a great drummer.
Stay off the fantasy! According to my knowledge John Lennon never said that, it was a comedian who said it and then it took off and are repeated again and again. As Hitler said…. John did not over estimated Ringo, he knew his weaknesses but also his strengths. Carl Palmer and Bill Bruford are better.
Sheila E is not a top 50 drummer but her father and uncles are. Michael agree with you bud. Where is Narada Michael Waldon on this list? A fantastic stick man-played with Beck and 19 year old bass prodigy Tal Wilkenfeld. On a lot the more intricate and recorded songs, Paul played and showed Ringo how to play for live performances! Paul is such great musician and person. If you saw the show with Ringo and Paul uniting, they had a second drummer playing and Ringo played the basic beat while the other drummer played the more intricate parts and Ringo also was watching the other drummer all the time.
You need to change your name to Dream Weaver from Denny Weaver as you are an absolute fantasist. She can take Shelia E. They were making a joke. There was a time where the Beatles were a 3-piece band and Paul picked up the slack on drums. Not on the list is an exaggeration as is the top twenty let alone where he ended up. By the way, Sir Paul is a revisionist. Paul is senile. Rich could drum circles around everyone on this list, except maybe Krupa.
Also, Krupa confined hisself to a room for hours and listened to tribal drum beats to hone his craft. Man, you got that right about Buddy his chops were incredible his speed was extraordinary. Their music style either doesnt allow or call for it. As for Charlie Watts? Is he even alive? Seriously watch him when he plays. Hard to beat those great classic jazz drummers. Not sure why Jon Hiseman rarely makes these lists. Not enough stock is given to full spectrum musicians who can write musical scores and understand harmonies, writing and melodies.
Ringo is a better drummer than he sounds. There are things he played on those Beatles records that ae quite surprising. Agree with you Eolo. Buddy was a great drummer live. Also think Cozy Powell and Roger Taylor should be higher. Only my opinion. Just my opinion. Chester Thompson at least needs a mention. Even Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker - Timeless (Vinyl will be challenged however, musical greats regardless of era…….
All Ringo did was hold down the beat. You could have him on the deck of a steamship in the middle of a typhoon in middle of a battlezone in the middle of a nuclear was and he would never miss a beat. He does it flawlessly. That still does not make him equal to Keith Moon or John Bonham. Ringo rarely stood out. He was a timekeeper. John Lennon was once asked if Ringo was the best drummer in the world. As great as The Beatles were—and they were great—people—especially Beatles fans, must look at them objectively.
Ringo very unique drummer. Very different style not a drummer i would put in top Only because of the Beatles fame. Not one, other than Buddy Rich, could hold a candle to Gene Krupa. Thank you, Howard. How does Carl Palmer not rank in the top ten? And Gene Krupa at 49? And Dingo Starr ahead of both of them? What criteria were you using for this? Or what drugs? As a drummer for many many years I have to say other than John Bonham being 1, this list is a joke and a travesty to all drummers.
Where is Don Brewer? Peter Criss? Bill Ward just to name a few. Let musicians pick who are the top and not some overweight office staff that works part time for some lame magazine. Ringo was good at what he did but are you kidding me no Tony Williams in the top What a joke.
Never heard off Dave Weckl????? The best drummer in the world!!! Not even in the list!??? Tony Williams…who could outplay everyone on this list.
He played with Miles Davis at age Who made up this list?? I agree! Dave Grohl is a pedestrian drummer at best. Lars Ulrich is allegedly better than Art Blakey?
What a load of crap! Tony Williams…how could you leave off Tony Williams? He was so good he played with Miles Davis at age It simply points out the folly of these lists. This is a laugh…. Ringo Strarr???? Steve Gadd should also be in the top 10…. Hunt Sales has actually been named the greatest living drummer in the world. Chad Wackerman should be on the list. Where is the great drummers from the east? These were also greats.
What about Don Brewer from Grand Funk? His drum solo from the song T. Keeith Moon mejor que Neil Peart????? The late Tony Meehan, original drummer of The Shadows and his long-serving replacement Brian Bennett take a lot of [drum] beating.
And Terry Williams formerly of Dire Straits would make practically all the rest of the rock drummers listed look and sound pretty silly.
As for Stewart Copeland and Phil Collins — please! Who drew up this motley assortment of no-hopers? Lights went down and just sticks flashed! Love them! His style sometimes overshadows his real talent. I was at a concert where he performed a solo lasting more than 24 minutes, with no goofs. The master of time changes! Ringo Starr should have been number one hands down!!! Yeah, sure. Prairie Prince? Truly great drummer from The Tubes, Prairie was a founding member of Journey. If it is meant for skill, Charlie Watts and Ringo should be nowhere near this list.
Where is Tony Williams? Love Bonham, but as a lifetime drummer I personally would put Buddy Rich at the very top. The greatest of the greats.
You claim science was involved in the selection process, yet from what I can see, it appears that you simply scimmed your record collection. Ian Paice at Has whoever compiled this ilist heard him play??????? The fastest most technically gifted rock drummer ever. Have a listen to Fireball.
Michael Giles. Listen to him! Should be top 50 just for those performances alone! I think this Poll should qualify that it is generally rock drummers that are profiled. Great jazz and jazz rock drummers are conspicuously absent with the exception of Buddy Rich.
Say this out loud and with sincerity: Ringo… is a greater drummer… than Carl Palmer and Bill Bruford. Any list of the greatest drummers of all time should include Gavin Harrison of Porcupine Tree at the top. Or its not a list!
Ask Eric Clapton! Clem Cattini, played on 45 UK Number one hits. I really mean this Ringo Starr is a much better drummer than Gene Krupa. Danny Serephine!!!!!!!! Ask any of those other of the living 50 on that list and see what they have to say about the original drummer from Chicago Transit Authority!!!!
Truly paved the way for jazz drummers in rock!! What no michael Shrieve of Santana, he had Woodstock in the plalm of his hand one afternoon with Soul Sacrifice………and on 4 drums!!
No problem with Ringo being high up in this list, but a greatest drummer list without Elvin Jones, Tony Williams and Jaki Liebezeit is not to be taken seriously. Ringo Star, Phil Collins…. No Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker - Timeless (Vinyl bartswonkle? They had 1 listed correctly. John Bonham was the right choice. The man was born to play drums.
He had the energy and the timing along with great improvisation skills to fill gaps with amazing sounds. Sheila E? Good grief.
Ridiculous skill and personality to boot. Very respected session drummer. Why not go with only the opinion of drummers and who they find the best in their profession? The list is bunk. Ginger Baker? It was the drugs playing, he had no talent. Gene Krupa should have been way higher. Sandy Nelson, even the drummer from the Surfaris. Nerve wracking twerps.
This list is a travesty. Bill Bruford should be 1. He can drum ANY style. Buddy Rich 2. I agree with most of the names that were omitted. What about Sly Dunbar, the most influential Reggae drummer? And Style Scott? Jaki Liebezeit from Can? Philly Joe Jones, Kenny Clarke?? Chester Thompson? John Weathers from Gentle Giant was a great drummer. This clearly is a list of sales records, not of musical quality and innovation. I think moon should have taken the cake he was a Mitch better performer than bonham it also feels like moon had a tighter sound.
Not too many arguments. Keith Moon might not be the technician, but his gonzo style both behind the set and elsewhere is legendary. Charlie Parker was an admirer and other musicians who championed Moondog included the bandleader Woody Herman, for whose Mars label Moondog made this eight-track EP. It was recorded by Tony Schwartz, an urban folklorist who worked the streets with a portable tape recorder. Ambient sounds such as ambulance sirens and foghorns from ships on the East River pepper the tracks.
The cover shows some of the instruments Moondog invented. Outsider music of the first rank. Musically, he was by this time on much the same page as Ahmad Jamal, and both musicians were dismissed by the jazz establishment as lightweights. But while Jamal was boosted by an enthusiastic Miles Davis, Haig was left on the margins, reduced to playing cocktail lounges.
Although he was always a more emotional player than popular history remembers him, Stan Getz was in the antithesis of Big Jay McNeeley — poised and ultra-melodic. The contrapuntal interplay between the two is on a par with that on the contemporaneous West Coast recordings of Gerry Mulligan and Chet Baker.
Norgran was another of the pre-Verve labels founded by Norman Granz. The album artwork is by David Stone Martin, collectable in his own right. Based in New York, Vladimir Ussachevsky and Otto Luening were early adopters of the reel-to-reel tape recorder as a sound source. Tape Recorder Music is a recording of a concert given at the Museum of Modern Art inbelieved to be the first performance of purely electronic music to be presented in the US.
Despite its introspective ambiance, it reached number two in the US charts. Sarod player Ali Akbar Khan was the first Hindustani musician to make an impact in Europe and the US, a year ahead of his contemporary and brother-in-law, the sitar player Ravi Shankar. Accompanied by tabla player Chatur Lal, Khan takes the string sarod — a heftier, bassier cousin of the sitar — through two mind-bending improvisations.
The instrumental arrangement was by tenor saxophonist Jimmy Wright, who led the studio backing-band. The duo effectively disbanded in Guitarist Mickey Baker went back to session work. Inwith multi-instrumentalist E. InWarren left Ghana for Chicago, where, with a group assembled by drummer and vibraphonist Red Saunders, he recorded Africa Speaks America Answershis first album under his own name.
Later in his career, New York-born bandleader and timbale wizard Tito Puente recorded cheesy albums of amorphous Latin dance music aimed at middle-American audiences, in which the percussion quotient was dialled down to polite levels. But this early, roots LP makes no concessions. The music is stripped to its rhythmic core — no vocalist, keyboard or brass section, just an A-list quintet in which Puente is accompanied by acoustic bassist Bobby Rodriguez and conga and bongo players Willie Bobo, Patato Valdes and Mongo Santamaria.
Most of the eight tracks explore Cuban-derived mambo and cha-cha-cha rhythms. If you love percussion-breaks, here are 34 minutes of pure heaven. Transition was a shortlived label set up by producer Tom Wilson who, as one of the few African American rock producers of the s, worked on breakthrough albums by Bob Dylan, the Velvet Underground, the Mothers of Invention and Soft Machine.
Taylor was in front, but Ornette Coleman would emerge a year later and Sun Ra was limbering up. Bags of energy, solid guitar work, but few signs yet of the greatness that was to come.
A collectable artefact nonetheless. Chicago bluesman Little Walter did for the harmonica what Jimi Hendrix later did for the electric guitar. In response, Walter developed the technique of cupping a microphone next to his harmonica and plugging the lead into his own amplifier, turning it up to 11 and purposefully creating distortion and other high-decibel sonic effects. It is no coincidence that he employed the young Albert Ayler in his own touring band in The Best Of Little Walter includes 10 of his best-selling singles.
A master technician, Segovia was also a supremely soulful player, and this, like all his albums of the period, is a delight. The disc featured Kirk on two obscure, signature instruments, the manzello and the stritch, as well as the tenor saxophone, and also introduced his revolutionary technique of playing two or three horns at once. King released the LP in a limited run and to little comment and it continued to be overlooked once Kirk made his breakthrough in the s.
My point of entry into jazz? Frank Zappa. Any reason why he never gets a mention — even in the top 50? For me, my starting point for listento jazz was Gerry Mulligan — Walk on Water. If you normaly listen to Punk, Rock or Metal and everything thats include in that maybe Coltrane and Coleman would work easy. Charlie Parker : Cool Blues. This album is an example of a new direction of the continuous journey which jazz is travelling on in perpetuity.
Two disagreements. I would include jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. He contributed mightily to single string playing, and to the introduction of Gypsy Jazz. Another is Benny Goodman. I feel strong enough about him to say that he is to the clarinet what Louis Armstrong is to the horn. I can think of artists not on the list but so what?
The writer did their best. Lists like this are, by their very nature, subjective. So, piss and moan all you want to in that overly snobbish, self-assured way. I could agree perhaps with about twelve of these, or make a list of twenty completely different albums. I still have his copy in my collection and it still thrills me. Out of print now, but copies can be found on Ebay. I would add Dizzy Gillespie- from the bluebird years. I think it would flow well with the rest of your list. Anthropology, Manteca, Cool Breeze, Ow, all heavy swinging classics!!
This list is very biased against pre-Bepop. What no Charlie Parker? I would start wifh Charlie Parker. In that sense, with the exception of Kenny G, Seriously? ALL the names and albums mentioned are good, and its been fun reading these comments. One I would add, almost a jazz primer of sorts. Exquisite horn sections et al.
Listen to Dreamsville. Happy listening! As always with these lists, someone will feel an important artist or two was left out. But I think most can agree that this would be a wonderful list for a Jazz Novice to get started. These four discs blew my mind then, I still return to them today.
Essential, timeless, legendary. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Search uDiscover Music. Peter Coles September 30, at pm. Hank Quinlan September 30, at pm. Matthew Brandi October 14, at pm. Cee Cee April 5, at am. Gary October 28, Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker - Timeless (Vinyl pm. Shardul April 1, at pm. Jeff Mathewes October 25, at am. Jack Spencer October 27, at pm.
We are talking Jazz novices here. Ornette might be a little too complex for them. David Wagner January 10, at pm. Pearlbitch May 9, at pm. The smooth sound of Hodges is a very good start for the beginning jazz lover. David Arbelaez July 21, at am. If you want some free jazz, Eric Dolphy was more influential.
If you start beginners on O. KfromKent October 1, at pm. Peter Buxton April 1, at pm. Felicia April 4, at pm. Stanton Swafford October 1, at pm. Scott Merrell April 3, at pm. John Gunkler October 24, at pm. Xopher October 25, at pm. George Greene October 2, at pm. Jim from Miami April 2, at am. Dennis June 7, at pm. ZN October 24, at pm. Jinjee Garrick March 6, at am.
Roger Pugliese October 14, at pm. Paul Shaw October 14, at pm. I reckon the Count Basie swings Joe Williams sings the best vocal album ever. RB April 6, at am. No Lee Morgan? John Benson October 14, at pm. That is one of my favorites as is just about any Dexter Gordon album.
Ty Deeb October 15, at am. Peter Asplnwall October 15, at pm. Jim Brown October 16, at am. John Benson October 16, at pm. Sandy October 16, at pm. Fred Dekker October 17, at pm. John Benson October 20, at pm.
Sven De Bruyn April 1, at pm. WOW just what I was searching for. Came here by searching for Read about peter deeb. Iris mac January 18, at pm. Matthew April 1, at pm. David JB April 1, at pm. Steve Levenson April 1, at pm. Gene Hilbert April 1, at pm. K Culling April 1, at pm. Conrad Barr April 6, at am. Andy Frobig April 7, at am. Kat Nicholas April 1, at pm. Chris Burgoyne April 1, at pm. Good list. Need Sonny Rollins — Saxophone Colossus, for sure!
Vance Garnett April 1, at pm. David Kaplan April 1, at pm. Reilly Atkinson April 1, at pm. Jeff April 1, at pm. Martin Val Baker April 1, at pm. Steve Aasen Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker - Timeless (Vinyl 1, at pm. The album by Johnny Hartman and John Coltrane would be on my top 20 top 10 for that matter. Radu April 1, at pm. Jazz April 1, at pm. Stephen April 2, at am.
Paul Ciarrochi April 1, at pm. Angelo April 1, at pm. Mark D April 1, at pm. Joe Dougherty April 1, at pm. This box set is a recording of a tribute concert at New York Town Hall in The performance was produced by modernist painters Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg, the audio recording by George Avakian best known for his work on Columbia with Miles Davis.
The Music From Peter Gunn collects the main-title theme and incidental music from the private-eye series Peter Gunnwhich ran in the US from — To get the authentic s experience, avoid stereo reissues of the original mono album.
A medium-tempo boogie-shuffle, the track was produced by Clement Dodd for his own Worldisc label, which preceded the Studio One imprint. Kid Baltan is the alias of Dutch artist Dick Raaijmakers, also a cultural theorist, composer and engineer. At Philips, Raaijmakers and Dissevelt experimented with electronic pop music, built out of layered oscillator-tones and other unusual sound-sources.
The Fascinating World of Electronic Music pulls together some of their late s pieces. Highly rhythmic, the album has been described tongue in cheek as the first electronic-house release.
Recorded live in Atlanta, Georgia in summerbut not released until the following year, In Person is the most viscerally exciting album Ray Charles ever recorded. The better known At Newportrecorded at the Newport Jazz Festival a year earlier, sounds almost tame alongside it. And, boy, did the strategy pay off. Your wishlist is empty. View Wishlist. Cart 0. Tags: s collectable records. Latest Articles. Our 10 favourite new vinyl releases this week 1st October.
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