This was a feel I had never heard before and I was glad I learned it. Whenever I get to play it. I fondly remember that record and Vernell.
Don’s work on Bobby Darin’s Beyond The Sea is memorable. The fills he played broke up sextuplets between the bass drum and the rest of the kit. This was unheard of on a 60’s pop record and it kicked the hell out of the band and Darin.
Last but not least is the groove played by Zombies drummer Hugh Grundy on “She’s Not There. The edgy syncopated beat on the verse was the perfect accompaniment to the song and it’s memorable bass line.