Iconic Drum Outro's

lamartee

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So metaldouche...'s Intro thread is pretty popular.
Lets hear your favorite Outros. Led Zep's Rock and Roll is a given.
Here's Charlie with the the perfect one for this tune. (go to about 7 mins in)
 

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Perhaps not iconic, but we did discuss some here...


Thanks for stirring it back up! :thumbup:
 

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A classic. When I saw them live in March of 1968 they vamped on this ending riff for about seven minutes. Starts at 3:50.

 

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Bargain by The Who. That tasteful reverb-drenched tom strokes....
Love Reign Over Me. Somehow Keith maintains a sense of time and dynamics throughout that sonic mayhem.
Hammer to Fall by Queen. Proves that not all 80s' Simmons e-drums sound bad. Heh heh.
Squonk by Genesis. Phil apparently called that song his John Bonham moment for good reason.
 

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How about Burning Down The House by Talking Heads? Really, the whole song is one big concert tom solo :D
Limelight by Rush
Did It by John Scofield on his Loud Jazz album (Dennis Chambers goes off)
 


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