Rhythm magazine July 2010

Mar 07 2017

Rhythm magazine July 2010

Rhythm magazine July 2010 PDF download. Since 1985 Rhythm’s global team of percussion experts has delivered the most authoritative, user-friendly and exciting drum magazine on the planet. Inside each issue you’ll find the biggest interviews with the world’s hottest players, insightful features that take you deep into the history and fabric of drumming, useful practical tutorials to get you hands-on with your drums, exclusive video and audio tutorials on disc to help you dramatically improve your playing, whatever your level, plus gear advice, vintage kit unearthed and our verdict on the hottest new drum products. Rhythm: Everything a drummer needs!
So if you fancy yourself as the next Charlie Watts or the next Jimmy Chamberlain, then you need Rhythm magazine in your life to stay up to date with all the latest drumming news and need-to-know gossip. There are always really great fascinating interviews in this magazine with the best drummers around at the moment. Readers can get inspired and learn about all the intimate stories of the stars from these revealing interviews.
The magazine will also have technique sections with lessons and helpful detailed instructions with notes and diagrams to help you improve as quickly as possible. There will also usually be a free CD with the magazine which you can use as you are reading the magazine to help get a deeper understanding of the techniques required.
This magazine is a great mix of helpful drum lessons and interesting interviews and features on new kits and products. We think any drummer will love Rhythm magazine because the focus is entirely on them. We think that it is definitely time for every drummer to step out from behind their kit and into the spotlight.

Rhythm magazine July 2010 (#178) contents:

  • The Drummers of Michael Jackson and the beats that shaped his greatest hits. Drummers John ‘JR’ Robinson, Ndugu Chancler and Ricky Lawson reveal what it was like to record with the King of Pop on classic albums like Thriller, Off The Wall and Bad, while Jonathan ‘Sugarfoot’ Moffett and percussionist Bashiri Johnson recall preparations for the shows that Jacko would never perform.
  • Creighton Barrett. The Band of Horses drummer on the challenges of playing mid-tempo.
  • Cindy Blackman. The queen of jazz/rock drumming on her new, Tony Williams-inspired solo album
  • Jack Bevan. Rhythm meets the man behind the math-rock beats of lauded indie band Foals
  • The Rhythm Interview. Punk legend Scott Asheton on his time behind the kit for Iggy & The Stooges
  • The Track. Creed and Alter Bridge’s Scott Phillips reveals the songs that have influenced him
  • New Murderdolls album from Joey Jordison plus Alan Gilby, RIP
  • New gear on the Rhythm radar
  • Unearthing weird and wonderful drum gear
  • New stuff from Taylor Hawkins, Pendulum, Omar Hakim, Tommy Clufetos and more
  • Classic Track. David Garibaldi on Tower Of Power’s ‘Squib Cakes’
  • Kenny Aronoff, Jason Bittner and Karl Brazil open the doors to their worlds
  • Drum Workshop SSC drum kit
  • Mapex Falcon bass drum pedals
  • Sonor SQ2 snare drum
  • Drum Lesson full track. Learn to play My Own Summer (Shove It) – Deftones
  • Drum Lesson full track. Learn to play Sugar, We’re Goin’ Down – Fall Out Boy
  • Drum Lesson Rock. Play like Ray Luzier.
  • Drum Lesson Fusion. Play like Dave Weckl.
  • Session tools. Get Creative with Ruff and Ready.
  • Drum Lesson rhythm section. Improve your band with Groupings of five.
  • Guest lesson. Johnny Jenkins – Gospel Chops-type hand/foot combinations.
  • Drum Lesson for beginners. The Jazz conga.
  • Drum video lesson. Don’t Stop Til you Get Enough – Michael Jackson

 

Text Format PDF, 124 pages

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