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Re: Paice vs Bonham/ The Mule vs Moby Dick


Agree that Bonham certainly helped to define hard rock drumming. Moon too. They each had their own unique style. However I, would sooner group Paice with Bonham and Pert than Moon though.

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I'd take Ian Paice over John Bonham any day.

John Bonham was great and certainly the best part of Led Zeppelin but I dont think he is nearly as good as Paice.
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To be quite honest, Moon does very little for me. Oftentimes when I hear Moon I think "why can't he just play a steady beat?" Moon is all over the place on just about every song, even the ballads! I'd much rather hear a simple beat than Moon clanging on anything he can see. It works sometimes, but mostly it doesn't. Keith Moon is like the Steve Vai of drummers. Sure, he's talented, but too much is too much when something simple will do it.
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If you are speaking of beginnings of hard rock drumming, it's fair to count in Mitch Mitchell and Ginger Baker. They both were there before Bonham.
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I find The Mule more interesting than Moby Dick.

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Not to forget the riff of The Mule isn´t just taken from a blues standard.
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quote:

Milan Fahrnholz wrote:

Not to forget the riff of The Mule isn´t just taken from a blues standard.



Which standard, Rat Bat Blue?
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Check I´m Not Talking by The Yardbirds. I really didn´t mean Rat Bat Blue which came out four years after Moby Dick.
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I prefer John Bonham, overall. As for The Mule against Moby Dick, I'd choose The Mule. However, I can't really listen to just drums that long, so that doesn't mean much.

Anyone that says John Bonham wasn't very good, listen to Achilles Last Stand from Presence. That is intense!
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Paice>all.That's all I can say.
Also,Paicey's Total Abandon solo>all.
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