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Thread: What are some artists that have albums full of just drum solos?

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    Not really what you're looking for but an absolutely "have to have it" CD:
    Sheffield Drum and Track Record

    Huge dynamic peaks, need headroom for this one ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 86mr2 View Post
    LOL. Youngster.

    I bought my first Rush album in 1974, and the last one in 1977. They got way boring to me after that. Well, except for appearing on "The Trailer Park Boys".
    Yes sad to say I discovered Moving pictures one day. I was never the same again. I think I have seen them live 5 or 6 times. Seeing YYZ live will change a persons life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fish View Post
    Thanks guys, good stuff so far. If y'all think of anything else feel free.

    Steve Head's a good idea. Shoot, he may even have a drum solo compilation already in place.
    steves got a really good ear for music, you might also try brent lewis (percussionist) with many albums,but one that stands out for me is drum sex,all on this album are good. billy cobham has some great discs as well. dave wekyl also great drummer,and any of the telarc spies discs have killer bass on them,around the world has a track that is like 13 hz clean.cant even hear it unless it is on a good system or a good set of cans.(headphones)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ou812 View Post
    Great bass in some old Genesis.

    YouTube - Genesis Squonk
    Yup... Phil Collins FTW



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    Why has nobody mentioned Led Zeppelin's Moby Dick?!

    http://youtu.be/wAYKCMke-To


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    I'll just leave this here:

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    Bill Bruford, Master Strokes: 1978-1985 (1986, compilation)
    A couple of all-drums tunes and progressive jazz instrumentals. And you get Jeff Berlin and Allan Holdsworth to boot.


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    I see a major lack of Krupa in here, lets fix that. Any album he released/sat in on has some fantastic drum work.






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    311's live album, "Applied Science" has a very long drum solo something like 3 minutes long.
    Its a favorite of mine ;)

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