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Who do you think is the most talented drummer we've ever had?

Neil Peart
27
4%
Neil Peart
27
4%
Neil Peart
27
4%
Neil Peart
27
4%
Mike Portnoy
51
8%
Mike Portnoy
51
8%
Mike Portnoy
51
8%
Mike Portnoy
51
8%
Terry Bozzio
24
4%
Terry Bozzio
24
4%
Terry Bozzio
24
4%
Terry Bozzio
24
4%
Chad Sexton
1
0%
Chad Sexton
1
0%
Chad Sexton
1
0%
Chad Sexton
1
0%
Danny Carey
7
1%
Danny Carey
7
1%
Danny Carey
7
1%
Danny Carey
7
1%
?uestlove
1
0%
?uestlove
1
0%
?uestlove
1
0%
?uestlove
1
0%
Other (please specify)
57
8%
Other (please specify)
57
8%
Other (please specify)
57
8%
Other (please specify)
57
8%
 
Total votes: 672

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Most Talented Drummer

#1 Post by Real_Confusions » Thu Sep 08, 2005 10:55 am

I'm talking about technique, diversity, time, and overall awesomeness.

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#2 Post by treeduck » Thu Sep 08, 2005 11:21 am

Vinnie Colaiuta

but also...

Dennis Chambers
Gary Husband
Dave Weckl
Chad Wackerman
Neil Peart
Gavin Harrison
Jeff Sipe
Simon Philips
Bill Bruford
Gary Novak
Ansley Dunbar
Billy Cobham
Tom Brechtlein
Sonny Emory
Virgil Donati
Toss Panos
Terry Bozzio
Peter Erskine
Rod Morganstein
Steve Smith
Mike Portnoy
Omar Hakim

I think I posted this elsewhere on here the other day...

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#3 Post by Real_Confusions » Thu Sep 08, 2005 11:34 am

treeduck wrote:Vinnie Colaiuta

but also...

Dennis Chambers
Gary Husband
Dave Weckl
Chad Wackerman
Neil Peart
Gavin Harrison
Jeff Sipe
Simon Philips
Bill Bruford
Gary Novak
Ansley Dunbar
Billy Cobham
Tom Brechtlein
Sonny Emory
Virgil Donati
Toss Panos
Terry Bozzio
Peter Erskine
Rod Morganstein
Steve Smith
Mike Portnoy
Omar Hakim

I think I posted this elsewhere on here the other day...
*sigh*

Why can't you just choose from the list? :lol:

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#4 Post by treeduck » Thu Sep 08, 2005 11:51 am

I did mate I picked Vinnie C; as you can see he's above the list, on his own, by himself, lone rangering if you will... :wink:

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#5 Post by thelordofcheesecake » Thu Sep 08, 2005 12:37 pm

treeduck wrote:Vinnie Colaiuta
All hail.

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#6 Post by al » Thu Sep 08, 2005 1:58 pm

Buddy rich! :lol: he was so grumpy yet great :D

i love Mike Portnoy tho

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#7 Post by Real_Confusions » Thu Sep 08, 2005 2:04 pm

I forgot two great drummers:

The dude from Blink 182 :P

Mike Mangini



Pretend like they were in the poll. :D

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#8 Post by munchocruncho » Thu Sep 08, 2005 2:07 pm

Dana Carvey?

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#9 Post by Real_Confusions » Thu Sep 08, 2005 2:13 pm

munchocruncho wrote:Dana Carvey?
Come on. Sure he was great, but how could he be with Bozzio or Portnoy?

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#10 Post by ronfya » Thu Sep 08, 2005 2:18 pm

One of hell talented drummer is for sure Virgil Donati. He owns them all I think. But my favorite is Mike Mangini, he has the best style to me. :D

Also, last week I had the chance to record Will Calhoun from Living Colour for his HeadFake project. He's not the best technician, but man, what a groove !!!

See the trailer I made
http://www.studiomoliere.com/HeadFake.mov

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#11 Post by munchocruncho » Thu Sep 08, 2005 2:37 pm

Real_Confusions wrote:
munchocruncho wrote:Dana Carvey?
Come on. Sure he was great, but how could he be with Bozzio or Portnoy?
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This guy?

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#12 Post by Real_Confusions » Thu Sep 08, 2005 5:22 pm

munchocruncho wrote:
Real_Confusions wrote:
munchocruncho wrote:Dana Carvey?
Come on. Sure he was great, but how could he be with Bozzio or Portnoy?
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This guy?
lmao

The guy in the poll is not Dana Carvey. It's Danny Carey, the drummer from TOOL.

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#13 Post by GreenMeanie » Thu Sep 08, 2005 5:32 pm

How about Alex Van Halen? He aint to shabby.

I think Jeremy Coleson rocks hard too!

Joanne

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#14 Post by Real_Confusions » Thu Sep 08, 2005 6:14 pm

GreenMeanie wrote:How about Alex Van Halen? He aint to shabby.

I think Jeremy Coleson rocks hard too!

Joanne
I was thinking of putting ol' Al up there, but changed my mind at the last second.

I don't know about Coleson, Mangini is much better IMO.

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#15 Post by treeduck » Thu Sep 08, 2005 6:28 pm

GreenMeanie wrote:How about Alex Van Halen? He aint to shabby.

I think Jeremy Coleson rocks hard too!

Joanne
Alex is pretty good, he's certainly a good drummer to watch live...

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