I like the sound of TL's sound on that song, as well as Dr Feelgood. Arron Commess on the Spin Dr's first release has a really nice Sound as well. And yes, Bonzo's kick on the opening post of this thread is killer.'Too Young to Fall in Love' by MC. I'm not a huge fan of the band but Tommy Lee's groove and drum sound are huge on that tune.
Right on! Bernard Purdie funks it up on that track. Also. . . Jim Gordon got a nice THUMP of a bass drum sound on the records he made with Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band in the 1970's. He and King Erisson (the bongo player) are so incredibly tight, they sound like one musician. It's obscure music, but definitely worth checking out.How about Steely Dan's " Green Earrings" ?
Like wise, I have always liked the sound of the mini solo in Take Five, that is a nice round and authoritative Bass Bomb. I also like the sound of Collins bass work from "Selling England by the Pound" Title track, right near the end.Lots of favorite sounds... mostly from the sixties though, well before processing and hyper-sounds became the norm. Face it - drums just don't sound like that in person.
Two fave kick sounds come to mind... Charlie Watts on "Honky Tonk Woman" and whoever played on the "Goldfinger" theme sung by Shirley Bassey (excerpt) That one's a particularly nice, sweet, oomphy sound, played with a great touch.
I like plenty of more modern sounds, but they're mostly attrributed to processing, not the drummer or the drum itself. I'm still a purist, as much as that's possible these days.