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    Percussion

    Looking for some music with lots of percussion,conga drums and what have you. Stuff like Santanas Jingo and Soul Sacrifice,fast and upbeat. I tried Tito Puente,love all the horns also but it was ok. I dont know,percussions,horns,fast,upbeat,rock like.
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    In my opinion the Allman brothers comes closet to Santana's style when it comes to drums. However there music is blues rock whereas Santana is a latin beat type rock. Other heavy on the drums albums I know of, whether or not the music appeals to you I cannot say.

    The Complex Tour- The Blue Man Group ( progressive rock )
    Bongo Land- Hot Voodoo Chicks ( jazz style )
    Drum Medicine- David & Steve Gordon ( native new age style )
    Reset- Peace Orchestra ( electronic rock )

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    Just about anything by War should fit the bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wireworm5
    In my opinion the Allman brothers comes closet to Santana's style when it comes to drums. However there music is blues rock whereas Santana is a latin beat type rock. Other heavy on the drums albums I know of, whether or not the music appeals to you I cannot say.

    The Complex Tour- The Blue Man Group ( progressive rock )
    Bongo Land- Hot Voodoo Chicks ( jazz style )
    Drum Medicine- David & Steve Gordon ( native new age style )
    Reset- Peace Orchestra ( electronic rock )
    I'm thinking i'm leaning towards the latin style.
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    Check out Leon Parker - he is a great jazz drummer/percussionist. He has some excellent solo albums - I think you would like "Belief" - tons of interesting percussion.

    Also, Roy Hargrove has a great album put out by a group known as Roy Hargrove's Crisol - Habana. He made it in Cuba with a number of local musicians. My favorite latin/jazz album.

    Also, the drummer from the band Guster uses a lot of hand percussion - it is actually pretty interesting to listen to.

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