How About Songs w/Ride Cymbals That We Liked?

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OK, maybe the ride cymbal is in retreat but there were some magic moments.

My all time favorite - sounds like each note is being lifted out of the cymbal by the stick. Roger Hawkins.


& John Densmore made tasty use of his ride:

(Don't remember this music video)

And Charlie Watts

 

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OK, maybe the ride cymbal is in retreat but there were some magic moments.

My all time favorite - sounds like each note is being lifted out of the cymbal by the stick. Roger Hawkins.


I never noticed that ride pattern in the bridge section. Wow. I play this song every weekend. I over play...
 

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in the chorus -

This album is in my top 10 all time greatest... I love the understated drumming on this particular song but in Jamaica say you will, Looking into you, A child in these hills and Rock me on the water as well. Browne was one of the finnest song crafters in an era of giants. And I mean, what a voice too...
 

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OK, maybe the ride cymbal is in retreat but there were some magic moments.

My all time favorite - sounds like each note is being lifted out of the cymbal by the stick. Roger Hawkins.


& John Densmore made tasty use of his ride:

(Don't remember this music video)

And Charlie Watts

L.A. Woman


Does ride bell count? Fool in the Rain (beginning at about 1:15)

 
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Of course, Nick Mason's Paiste on Us and Them.

Live whatever he was using also sounded perfect. Sounds like a Signature.


Phil Ehart's ride is just killer. That bell is insane, he played with such purpose and intentionality.

Check out Dave Hope's bass lines. Focused on them when a tune came on Sirius recently. There's some really good stuff there.

That band was stacked.

 


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