Charli Persip – How Not To Play Drums

Sep 14 2014

Charli Persip – How Not To Play Drums

From Tadd Dameron through Dizzy Gillespie, Billy Eckstine, Cannonball Adderly and Benny Golson, to his own 17-piece “Supersound” big band, Charli Persip has been one of the most in-demand drummers in all of jazz, as well as in the pop genre. A textbook example of how to play the drums, Persip has proven his worth in a wide variety of ensembles and handled the transitions from one group to the next without missing a beat. Learn from his experiences and share some of his insights in this practical, down-to-earth text. Newly revised and expanded to include “The Warm-Up Exercise,”...

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Iron Maiden Powerslave – Guitar Signature Licks

Sep 05 2014

Iron Maiden Powerslave – Guitar Signature Licks

Emphasis is on how the group arranges its material. The author includes diagrams of the songs’ form, identifying each section’s name, length and key. An accompanying recording allows increased scrutiny of key licks. Listen to music, follow the tabs and play like your favourite musician. The Signature Licks Series features book and CD packs and DVDs specially designed to teach a musician the trademark techniques of popular artists and musical styles. Each package features an in-depth breakdown of the riffs and sounds unique to the band or artist: the sounds which have led the band or artist to be...

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Jamey Aebersold – Jazz Play-A-Long: Volume 66 – 70

Aug 24 2014

Jamey Aebersold – Jazz Play-A-Long: Volume 66 – 70

Jamey Aebersold Jazz Play-A-Long Volume 66, 67, 68, 69, 70 PDF download. Possession of this collection will enable any musician, independently of level and experience in jazz improvisation mastery, learn the basic styles and genres of jazz, and eventually become a true expert in this. Information for reference (for those who do not know): Jamey Aebersold Jazz Play-A-Long – the world’s best collections of exercises for jazz musicians. Volume 66 – Billy Strayhorn: Lush Life. Intermediate. Billy Strayhorn is one of the best-loved, yet underrated composers of jazz. His famous collaborations with and for The Duke Ellington Band have...

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Johnny Rabb – Jungle Drum ‘n’ Bass For the Acoustic Drum Set

Aug 16 2014

Johnny Rabb – Jungle Drum ‘n’ Bass For the Acoustic Drum Set

This book should be used as a guide on how to play jungle/drum ‘n’ bass on the acoustic drum set. No matter what background you have, I am hoping that you will be able to pick up a pair of sticks, get behind the kit, and begin to play as soon as you look at the first exercise. This is not intended to be a history book. However, I am very interested in the history of this style of music and research it any chance I get. I am constantly learning new things about jungle and drum ‘n’ bass...

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Green Day Drums (Authentic Playalong)

Aug 05 2014

Green Day Drums (Authentic Playalong)

Take over from Trey Cool to become the drummer for Green Day! Green Day Authentic Drums Playalong presents eight songs that span their awesome career, arranged for drums with drum charts, melody line and chord symbols, transcribed from the original recordings. This book includes a specially recorded soundalike CD, with full performance demonstrations and backing tracks for you to play and sing along to.  16 tracks, 8 with a drums, 8 with no drums but a click-track instead. The transcriptions are good and the sound-alike recording (minus vocals as is usual) are well above the standard for these play...

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John O’Neill – Jazz Method For Saxophone (Tenor)

Aug 03 2014

John O’Neill – Jazz Method For Saxophone (Tenor)

The Jazz Method for Saxophone will guide beginners of all ages from producing their first note on the saxophone to the performance of full-blown jazz pieces. Backing for all of the music specially recorded for this method is provided on the accompanying CD. The fundamental elements of good saxophone technique, breath control, tone production, embouchure, tonguing and fingerings are introduced. If you don’t know how to read music and have no experience whatsoever with any instrument, we would recommend you another book, while it does dedicate a couple of pages to music reading. This book very good explain all...

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Jim Chapin – Advanced Techniques For The Modern Drummer

Jul 29 2014

Jim Chapin – Advanced Techniques For The Modern Drummer

The classic jazz independence book is now new and improved and with two CDs! Jim Chapin, known as the “Father of Jazz Independence,” has written one of the most popular drumset books of all time. This classic work should be in every drummer’s library as there is always something new to learn and develop from this masterful book. Whether for a beginner or an accomplished drummer, this system will greatly improve independence and coordination, sticking, power, and speed and endurance on the drumset. Dedicated to Sanford Moeller, this book proves Jim’s teaching techniques like no other. If you’re an...

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Aquiles Priester – Inside my Psychobook

Jul 16 2014

Aquiles Priester – Inside my Psychobook

Double bass drum technique has transcended the realm of heavy metal drumming and is now a mainstay in drum set music at-large. Famed Brazilian drummer Aquiles Priester haws compiled 100 different exercises and patterns to both strengthen fundamentals in double bass drum technique and expand the creativity of drummers who employ double bass drum technique. Includes audio of each example. If you are into Double Bass Drumming and wish to enhance your Footwork with Greater Power, Technique & Control, then this is the book for you. Without any messing around, and after only a few page Foreword, this book...

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Franco Rossi – Metodo Per Batteria

Jun 27 2014

Franco Rossi – Metodo Per Batteria

Over the last fifteen years, the developments of modern jazz, fusion and funk, have given a starring role on drums, emancipation from the simple function of rhythmic support that had often played in the rock music of the past decades. Why many drummers have had to update their technical and their theoretical background, while capitalizing on the valuable experience gained over the years, “roaring” of rock music. With the publication of this method for drums, we wanted to provide aspiring professionals of this instrument a progressive curriculum, starting with the basics, and through studies and exercises, came up with...

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Daniel Genton – Les Tumbaos De La Salsa

May 22 2014

Daniel Genton – Les Tumbaos De La Salsa

This book / CD set is considered a cult work by some people while totally disregarded by others. In spite of its title, Les tumbaos de la Salsa (to be understood as “rhythm patterns of Salsa”) is not really dedicated to these famous Cuban rhythms. Its weaknesses: a poor proofreading, some wavering on historically and technical points… The book appears too ambitious, with too many aspects covered, and it somehow misses its objective, which is, obviously, to become a reference work. Its qualities: both accompanying CDs boast a high-quality content, plenty of very good learning-tracks to play along (Rumba,...

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