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  1. There is always a debate over who is/was the better drummer, but that is obviously opinion based. What I am wondering is, are there any quotes by John Bonham about Neil's playing? Was he even aware of him? I know he loved Stewart Copeland of The Police and voiced that a few times in '79-'80, but I have never read anything where he spoke about Peart.
  2. Terry from Bonzoleum and I have teamed up to create a YouTube channel dedicated to discussing and breaking down John Bonham's drumming. BONZOLOGY. Give it a look !! In our debut videos we discuss Bonzo's drumming on The Song Remains The Same in the style of the legendary June 21 1977 ( LISTEN TO THIS EDDIE BOOT) . We will be posting new videos on a regular basis and are taking requests, suggestions for topics. The video below is me playing the end of TSRTS , leading into the Rover intro, and a complete Sick Again, ala 1977 style. This is not meant to be a literal transcription, it is in the style of his 77 performances. Hope you all enjoy it.
  3. I know there's not a lot on this or if there's anything at all I sure haven't heard it please advise. Surely there's got to be some thing out there. I'm sure they were asked about each other
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