Hal Blaine, legendary drummer with dozens of Hits of Frank Sinatra , Elvis Presley, the Beach Boys and many others, died on Thursday at the age of 90 years. The blaine's informed son-in-law, Andy Johnson, the AP news Agency.
Beach Boys Mastermind Brian Wilson paid tribute to Blaine as "the greatest drummer of all time".
His Name was outside of music circles, however, so well-known. His drums game millions of Fans of pop music know but since the 1960s the world: to Be a drum riff at the Ronettes Hit "Be My Baby" from 1963 is considered to be awesome and was often copied.
Blaine played with Presley's "Return to Sender", "Mr. Tambourine Man" by the Byrds, Barbra Streisands "The Way We Are" and the "Good Vibrations" by the Beach Boys. He was a member of the Studio band The Wrecking Crew, the producer Phil Spector invented the "Wall of Sound".
According to the Hall of Fame of Rock'n'Rolls Blaine played on 40 number-One Hits on the drums and was involved in 150 Top-Ten-Songs. He was honored with a Grammy for his life's work and played on eight of the Songs on the drums, which were awarded a Grammy as best recording of the year. Including Frank Sinatra's "Strangers In The Night" and Simon & Garfunkels "Bridge Over Troubled Water".
drummer with most of the recordings
He is regarded as perhaps the only drummer who played for Presley, Sinatra and John Lennon. Blaine appreciated the self, to have 6000 shots drums played. Some of the records go up to 35'000. Blaine is the drummer with the most of the recordings.
"good luck, old friend," wrote Sinatra's daughter Nancy on Instagram a photo that shows it with Blaine in the Studio. Wilson tweeted an old photo of him with Blaine at the piano: "He has taught me so much, he has so much to do with our success - he was the greatest drummer of all time." (SDA)
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