Old tech and tackheads from back in the all-vinyl day surely recall "drum drops," those groovy discs of nuthin' but the drums, cut after cut of basic beat played by pro-session stickmen and women. Used primarily for movie and TV cues, as well as basic, pre-sampling looping, drum-drop records were entirely utilitarian devices -- if there were well-known beat-keepers drumming on them, their names didn't take top billing over... More >>>