That certain kind of album famous drummers made...

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  1. 905

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    Help from talented people, extra production to give it mustard, female backing vocals, and the charm the artist has by being a drummer in a famous band.
    There's those Ringo albums, Keith Moon's, Peter Criss (1978 KISS solo album)... any others you can recommend?
    And bad reviews just gives it a bigger kick to me.
     
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  3. lightbulb

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    I don’t think this thread is about:
    Face Value (Phil Collins)
    nor
    Building the Perfect Beast (Don Henley)
     
  4. jawaka1000

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    Anthony Williams lifetime[​IMG]
     
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  5. PretzelLogic

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    I’ve never heard it, but I think this falls into that category.

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  6. Kiss73

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    So are we neglecting albums by Levon Helm and Karen Carpenter then??? Dennis Wilson??? Tommy Lee??
     
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    Only a high energy guest appearance from Peter Green makes it worth owning. And a certain George Harrison appears on guitar on the Mac cover Walk A Thin Line.
    Otherwise; drummer with too much money and coke.

     
  8. PretzelLogic

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    Tommy Lee is probably eligible.

    EDIT: Oh yeah, look at this:
    Tommyland: The Ride - Wikipedia

    Dennis Wilson, Don Henley and Phil Collins are definitely not.
     
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  9. jawaka1000

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    Sandy Nelson - Drums A Go-Go
     
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  10. ModernDayWarrior

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    I would say Dave Grohl is ineligible also.
     
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  11. edenofflowers

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    It's not 'that certain kind of album' but it is certainly a kind of album...

     
  12. Man at C&A

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    I like this one, from an album that is the opposite of what the OP decscribes. Low key production, no guests...


    Roger Taylor, from Fun In Space.
     
  13. Mr.Sean

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    I guess Jim Capaldi doesn't qualify, either
     
  14. pbuzby

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    Charlie Watts, Bill Bruford...err, not them either.
     
  15. Chris Schoen

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    John Bonham brought the game, from the first album on...
     
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  16. poe_man

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    Those Buddy Rich tribute albums that Neil Peart was behind, I felt was pretty solid!
     
  17. sound chaser

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    You don’t need to hear it, frankly :)
     
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  18. ModernDayWarrior

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    Carmine Appice?
     
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  19. d.s.l.

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    Nigel Olsson - "Nigel" (1979)

     
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  20. PretzelLogic

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    How many solo albums did he have?
     
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  21. milankey

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    Its a failed concept from the start when you put Ringo and some guy from Kiss in the same category.
     
  22. Kiss73

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    Not if you've personally had to suffer albums from those 2.

    Actually, suprisingly good album.....but definitely fits the bill of the thread.
     
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  24. bluejimbop

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    I love Charlie Watts and like Jim Keltner but the album they did in tribute to other percussionists went back to the store. Go figure.
    I found The Tony Williams Lifetime bands a failed experiment as well. :hide: Loved him before & after, though.
     
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