Hal Blaine

Hal Blaine may well be the most profilic drummer in rock and roll history. He's certainly played on more hit records than any drummer in the rock era, including 40 #1 singles and 150 that made the Top Ten. Eight of the records he played on won Grammys for Record of the Year. Blaine, who was born Harold Simon Belsky in 1929, became a professional drummer in 1948 and joined teen idol Tommy Sands' band in the late Fifties. He was the most in-demand session drummer in Los Angeles during the Sixties and early Seventies, and a list of musicians he played with reads like a who's who of popular music.

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Albums

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Drums! Drums! A Go-Go!
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2006
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Drums ! Drums ! A'-Go-Go!
Drums ! Drums !...
Harkit Records
2006
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Psychedelic Percussion
pfMENTUM
2002
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Have Fun!!! Play...
pfMENTUM
1968
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Wiggy (November) /...
pfMENTUM
1967
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Drums Drums A Go Go
pfMENTUM
1965
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