Greatest Rock Drummers


Given the subject line many names come to mind such as  Ginger Baker, Keith Moon, Phil Collins and Carl Palmer but, is Neil Peart the greatest rock drummer of all time?

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Don't  forget Steve Smith, especially his work with Vital Information.
You got taste man.

^^ Steve Machine Gun Smith on JOURNEY CAPTURED 1981, one of the very best American double live albums ! Steve Smith is the law.
Carl Palmer is the only one who could wear Buddy´s boots. Never boring and perfectly fitting the music played, like ELP (rock´s best power trio btw) and his CPB playing ELP music with young brilliant musicians. These lads carry the torch to keep ELP´s and Prog music alive. Huge respect. Thanks to people like Carl Palmer Prog/Art will survive all the mediocre and total crap that´s been produced all over world. Prog will last forever : )
Besides, as seen on YT videos, today his better than in the ELP´s pinnacle, better than ever, and certainly the best of his age.
And certainly the funniest as seen on certain videos. True humor no BS showing off. Pure talent. A true musician and an artist.
Like was Jon Hiseman, 1944 - 2018. Huge respect RIP

Heavy rock:
Lee Kerslake w/ Gary Thain (the best of the all), Bill Ward w/ Geezer Butler, Ted McKenna w/ Chris Glen, Ian Paice w/ Roger Glover 

Prog:
Pierluigi Calderoni w/ Titiziano Ricci,
John Weathers/ Derek Schulman - rock´s most unsexist rhythm section
ever LOL


But the most underrated ever is:

Albert Bouchard of BLUE ÖYSTER CULT

What about Fito DeLa Parra?