bass drum


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Synonyms for bass drum

a large drum with two heads

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When the BBC put the bass drum on the stage we thought that is one thing that's got to stay on there and that's so the nation sees what the campaign means to us and the city of Liverpool and Wirral.
I then decided it was time to get away from the one-man-band thing, and it was either keep my name or keep the name Bass Drum of Death.
As he progressed, however, he began paying more attention to live percussion performances and increased his appreciation of the hi-hat and bass drum.
Nonresonant metals and the bass drum punctuate this texture.
Among African Americans who were able to use external (to the body) instruments, Black Benny stands out as a drummer extraordinaire who could move an entire band with a single bass drum.
Nelly is looking for girls that can play marching band snare drum, tri toms, bass drum, tuba and trumpet.
His next target is to learn to play the bass drum, which he says will be a real challenge.
It's an exquisitely choreographed routine, dingy yet somehow uplifting, at once in tune and at odds with the jaunty, bass drum that drives it along.
Jazz Manu Katche Manu Katche Sting's drummer's fourth album for ECM is self-titled and opens with just his characteristic playing: easy, open, with a deeply musical groove, a steady high-hat holding the pace while he creates lines with a combination of snare, bass drum and other decorative cymbal tones.
Shine Like A Star and Little Thing Called Pear stayed loyal to their signature sound, with wailing guitar and pounding bass drum.
Difficulty can be easy with some assistance on the bass drum and you can start with just two drums, great for learning but you definitely want to get on to the serious stuff.
Cool Out and Coexist," the double bass drum one, that has the extended outro.
As a kid he tried many out but it was the big bass drum that Miguelito Valdes played that got his undivided attention.
Luckily, I spotted him hiding behind his bass drum so that the 50,000 strong audience would not be able to see him doing some last-minute checks to his kit
They played loud and clear for nearly an hour, incorporating some gritty rock notes with one thumper of a bass drum.