Playing creative drum fills is a great way to express yourself as a drummer. In this training pack, Lionel shares his proven three step approach for unlocking your natural ability to play creative fills - in any musical style.
The Drum Tuning System is the ultimate "how-to guide" for drummers that want to master the art of drum set tuning. Below you will find a detailed list of all the topics covered in this video training pack. It is important to note that the content is relevant for drummers of all skill levels. Many sections include valuable tips and tricks that can help even the most advanced drummers.
This DVD is the world's first comprehensive guide to mastering the art of playing the bass drum. Matt Ritter is one of New York Citys most in-demand drumset teachers. His students have included eager children, adult hobbyists, working professional musicians, media celebrities, and an international drumming superstar. Having taught thousands of lessons, Matt has developed a teaching style that encompasses music, philosophy, scientific analysis, and motivational speaking. In this DVD, he brings his unique perspective to bear on one of the least understood aspects of modern drumset playing- BASS DRUM TECHNIQUES.
Pete Riley has worked with artists as diverse as Republica, Motorhead and Keith Emerson of ELP fame. In this programme, learn to play five Led Zeppelin tracks note for note. Track lessons include: 'Rock and Roll', 'When The Levee Breaks', 'Good Times Bad Times', 'Black Dog' and 'Fool in the Rain'.
'Anatomy of a Drum Solo' a two-disc set, presents newly-recorded, in-studio footage of legendary Neil Peart discussing his approach to soloing. Using a solo recorded in September, 2004 in Frankfurt, Germany as a framework, Neil talks about the concepts and technique behind each segment of this nine-minute tour de force, which is a feature of each Rush performance. 'Anatomy of a Drum Solo' also features: Two explorations - completely improvised workouts at the drums, each over thirty-minutes long.
Generally acclaimed as fusion's greatest drummer, Billy Cobham's explosive technique powered some of the genre's most important early recordings – including groundbreaking efforts by Miles Davis and the Mahavishnu Orchestra – before he became an accomplished bandleader in his own right. At his best, Cobham harnessed his amazing dexterity into thundering, high-octane hybrids of jazz complexity and rock & roll aggression.
While not a universally praised piece of the Art Blakey discography, The African Beat is quite engaging. Yusef Lateef is the only horn player, featured on oboe, flute, tenor sax, cow horn, and thumb piano with Ahmed Abdul-Malik on bass, but trombonist Curtis Fuller is only heard playing tympani – it was that kind of session. The drum ensemble includes Chief Bey, along with five other percussionists on conboro, log, and bata drums with penny whistles, gongs, congas, and African maracas. This is reminiscent of Lateef's more exotic sessions from the same time period, but quite unlike other Blue Note releases from the early '60s.
Guess I don't need to introduce these two legends if you are following my releases of them in a while. However, let me repeat 'Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia' and 'Dr. Balamurali Krishna' are two of the greatest doyens of their traditions. And in many aspects, this Jugalbandi Live in Hong Kong is one of the greatest moments of Indian Classical.
This concert film captures beloved pianist and musician Dr. John performing a 1995 concert. The setlist includes "Iko Iko," "Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You," "Right Place, Wrong Time," "Goin' Back to New Orleans," "Mess Around," amd "Makin' Whoopee."