5 Must-Hear Tracks that Feature Two Drummers

"Parker's Band" by Steely Dan: Steely Dan's "Pretzel Logic" (1974) features Jim Gordon and Jeff Porcaro, setting a jazz-rock groove, influencing later bands like The Allman Brothers.

"St. Stephen" by Grateful Dead Grateful: Dead's Live/Dead (1969) sees Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart blending psychedelic groove, inspiring The Allman Brothers Band with dual drumming.

"Miles Runs the Voodoo Down" by Miles Davis: Davis's "Bitches Brew" (1970) merges jazz and rock, featuring Don Alias and Jack DeJohnette, shaping future music with innovative rhythms.

"The Letter" by Joe Cocker:  Cocker's Mad Dogs and Englishmen (1970) highlights Jim Keltner and Jim Gordon's raucous groove, a standout in live rock's history.

"Trouble No More" by The Allman Brothers Band: Jaimoe and Butch Trucks' synchronized drumming in "Trouble No More" (1969) epitomizes the Allmans' mastery, shaping the jam band legacy.