bass drum


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bass drum

a large shallow drum of low and indefinite pitch
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long hits with the bass drum and crash cymbal (allowing the setups to be
Ally: One of the lads we know stuck the sticker on the bass drum a long time ago, and it is something we're proud to support.
When I started, I used to record everything by myself--still do--I just did it with a bass drum, guitar and vocals.
Meanwhile, drummer Cleaver was percolating behind Bynum's brass musings and had picked up his drumsticks to get a groove going, boosting the beat with some deft footwork on the bass drum and hi-hat cymbal.
"Dog Fight": We, small kids circling/in flannels and tough-skins//gray rocks pelting, dog bodies and dirt/dust cloud, fight, spun halo in white light//kicking, fur and blood and flesh, out of butch and chopper's grip/our little fist heart, thumps one/like a rabbit on a bass drum.
Koola Lobitos' nascent Afrobeat would have been nothing without Allen's innovative bass drum style, unlike any other kit drummer working in Lagos at the time.
But Back 2 Skool is powered by pummelling bass drum pedals, Polished Chrome And Open Kitchens has Iron Maiden ambitions, and Bang!
Albert Woodward carries the bass drum and to his left Ernest Leabo holds a French horn.
The hand-painted bass drum was among a collection of 60s memorabilia which in total fetched over $2 million at auction on Thursday.Aa The percussion instrument sold for $1.08 million, four times its original estimate.
Call this one the return of the big bass drum. Telarc engineers made quite a name for themselves in the early days of digital recording with the sound of their bass, but for whatever reason the famous Telarc low end seems to have diminished somewhat in the past decade.