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Talent in pop music: ‘I almost never notice Ringo’s
While the average pop drummer today is much better than Ringo was in the early 1960s, Ringo was the perfect drummer for The Beatles; had he been more proficient, he might not have fit the musical style at the time, which was relaxing the standards of musicianship.
Ronnie Verrell, Zero to 180 – Three Minute Magic
Ronnie Verrell, reallife inspiration for Muppet drummer, Animal. Count this list of musicians who played on British Percussion, and you will reach 25: Alan Weighel – Bass Guitar Jimmy Page – Solo Guitar Johnnie MacCloughlin – Rhythm Guitar Kenny Salomon – Organ Arthur Greenslade – Piano Ronnie Verrell – Drums Andy White – Drums
Ronnie Verrell, Muppet Wiki, Fandom
Ronnie Verrell () was an energetic jazz drummer "whose talent was hidden behind a rather formidable front man, Animal." As a member of Jack Parnell''s house orchestra for all five seasons of The Muppet Show, Verrell performed the actual drumming for
Quincy Jones: "The Beatles were the worst musicians in the
Quincy Jones once said that The Beatles were the "worst musicians in the world". When looking back at the world of contemporary culture, it is not unusual to uncover some spectacularly bad takes. Take, for instance, the time a BBC Talent Scout dismissed the great David Bowie, describing him as a “singer is devoid of any personality”.