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Earl Palmer

Primary Instrument: Drums

Born: October 25, 1924 | Died: September 19, 2008    

Earl Palmer

Earl Palmer was the New Orleans drummer who largely defined the beat of rock 'n roll on thousands of recordings from the late 1940s on.

Dapper and outspoken, Earl Palmer may well have been the most recorded drummer in the history of popular music. He stamped his sound on everything from early Fats Domino and Little Richard hits to classic movie soundtracks to music for “The Flintstones” cartoon.

Palmer recorded with Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, Sam Cooke, Glen Campbell, Dizzy Gillespie, Count Basie, Ray Charles, Nat King Cole, the Everly Brothers, the Beach Boys, Willie Nelson, Sonny & Cher, the Supremes and the Monkees, among many others....
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Source: Keith Spera

  • Percolator / Midnight In Moscow

    Warner Bros. Records
    1962
    BUY
  • Drumsville!

    Warner Bros. Records
    1961
    BUY
  • Percolator Twist And Other Twist Hits

    Warner Bros. Records
    0
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