Anytime I hear people discussing the great rhythm sections of all time and those that they themselves study and try to emulate, I am always struck by some of the names that are left out. Sure, combos such as Jones/Bonham, Lee/Peart, and Claypool/Alexander are great and clearly worthy of note, but I always enjoy listening to bands that people don't usually think of for their solid foundations and being blown away by these lesser known rhythm sections. The absolute number one underrated rhythm section that comes to my mind backed a man known as Sir Elton John. Dee Murray and Nigel Olsson formed one of the strongest backbones I've ever heard. They show everything from solid simplicity to left-of-center creativity on Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. "Grey Seal" and "I've Seen That Movie Too" are two of my favorites, and who can forget "Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding". Murray and Olsson were also phenomenal live on the lesser-known 11/17/70. Oh, and don't forget that Elton John is mildly talented (to say the least) on the piano himself. Anyway, who would y'all consider to be other top-rate rhythm sections that don't seem to get the recognition of those I've mentioned above and the others that are inevitably mentioned in every rhythm section list?