Las canciones con mejor sonido de batería

Steve Gadd, “Aja,” from Aja by Steely Dan

Jeff Porcaro, “Rosanna,” from Toto IV A Stage by Toto

Neil Peart, “Working Man,” from All The World’s A Stage by Rush

Nick Mason, “Time,” from Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd

John Densmore, “Touch Me,” from Soft Parade by The Doors

Ginger Baker, “White Room,” from Wheels Of Fire by Cream

Ringo Starr, “A Day In The Life,” from Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles

Barriemore Barlow, “Thick As A Brick,” from Thick As A Brick by Jethro Tull

Rod Morgenstein, “Take It Off The Top,” from What If by Dixie Dregs

Clive Burr, “Run To The Hills,” from Number Of The Beast by Iron Maiden

Charlie Watts, “Honky Tonk Women,” from Hot Rocks 1964-1971 by The Rolling Stones

Bernard Purdie, “Kid Charlemagne,” from The Royal Scam by Steely Dan

Mick Fleetwood, “Hypnotized,” from Mystery To Me by Fleetwood Mac

Vinnie Colauita, “The Central Scrutinizer,” from Joe’s Garage by Frank Zappa

Eric Carr, “I Love It Loud,” from Kiss’s Creatures Of The Night

John Bonham, “Misty Mountain Hop,” from Led Zeppelin IV

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