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Old 01-05-2018, 11:30 PM
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Default Purdie/Bonham/Porcaro half-time shuffle?

So we have Jeff Porcaro with Rosanna in 1982; John Bonham with Fool In The Rain in 1979; and Bernard Purdie with Home At Last in 1977.

These are the three famous oft-quoted half-time shuffle examples.

Been wondering, does anyone know of any earlier examples of, specifically, the 'Purdie shuffle' - the one with all the ghost notes going on?

Are there any recorded examples of him - or anyone else - using it before 1977?

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Old 01-06-2018, 05:23 PM
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Default Re: Purdie/Bonham/Porcaro half-time shuffle?

Clyde Stubblefield was sure using a lot of ghost notes in his funky grooves.
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Default Re: Purdie/Bonham/Porcaro half-time shuffle?

The Platters' "With The Ring", 1967.
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