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Mohini and I working on this little bit here..... . Aren’t we a great team somehow? So much fun really.

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Few topics are more subject to debate among the drumming community than the Moeller technique. This column isn’t meant to teach you right from wrong. Instead, we’ll elaborate on how Jim Chapin taught the technique. Jim was a master of the Moeller technique, and he learned it directly from its gr...
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Schlagzeugmuseum

Eine äusserst kompetente Gymnasialmusiklehrerin versucht ihre Schüler vehement davon zu überzeugen, dass sämtliche bekannten Schlagzeuger, egal ob Jazz oder Roc...k, auf der Bühne Notenblätter haben und live danach spielen. Herr Paice versucht mit diesem Statement, die These der Pädagogin zu entkräften, den Gymnasiasten hat`s gefreut.

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This is "Tr3panini 2006 im Objekt-5" by Dietmar Bonnen on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
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Tom Gerke is with Kir Sten.

Sting Konzert SAP Arena Mannheim, großartig war's.. 😊u.a. mit Dominic Miller , Josh Freese, und kongenial Stings Sohn mit Background Gesang... Schöne Mischung von alten Police Songs bis zum neuen Album von Sting, von Balladen bis zu extrem rockig gespielten Songs...

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set up yesterday, Extra Blues Bar, Bielefeld 😊

awsome! 😊

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Daniel Bédard Drums

Have you ever learned the classic Brecker Brothers song "Some Skunk Funk"? I remember playing this with various combos when I was in school. It wa s always a fu...n and challenging one. Check out this version featuring Terry Bozzio who recorded that song on the Brecker Bros record "Heavy Metal Bebop". This version here was shot at a Buddy Rich Tribute concert.

Check out more drumming videos right here: www.facebook.com/danielbedarddrums/videos

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som years ago... drum lesson with Dom Famularo... 😊

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Vinnie's spectacular skills and finesse can be heard across many genres of music, as a sessions drummer and while touring. Hear about the moments that change...
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Tom Gerke, drummer, drum teacher is with Dom Famularo.

three of my main influences/teachers; Jim Chapin, Joe Morello, Dom Famularo 😊🙃 many thanks to them...

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Paradiddle warm up // video below #practicing #drumlife

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Paradiddle warm up while working on technique #practicing #concentrationface #drumlife

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playing with the Jay Ottaway Band on a trash set in a driving bus at Kulturnacht Solingen...😜

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IN MEMORIAM:

Clyde Stubblefield
April 18, 1943 - February 18, 2017

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I am very saddened by the news of the passing of legendary James Brown drummer Clyde Stubblefield, after losing his battle with renal disease.

Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Clyde Stubblefield was first inspired to play drums by the industrial rhythms he heard of the factories and trains around him. He played with regional bands until one day in 1965, James Brown saw him performing at a club in Macon, Georgia and hired him on the spot.

Stubblefield’s recordings with James Brown are considered to be some of the standard-bearers for funk drumming, including the singles “Cold Sweat”, “There Was A Time”, “I Got The Feelin'”, “Say It Loud – I’m Black and I’m Proud”, “Ain’t It Funky Now”, “Mother Popcorn”, and the album "Sex Machine."

As a featured player on James Brown’s “Funky Drummer", Stubblefield's groove has become, by most counts, the world's most sampled drum beats. It has been used hundreds of times for decades by hip-hop groups and rappers such as Public Enemy, Run-D.M.C., N.W.A., Raekwon, LL Cool J, The Beastie Boys, and Boogie Down Productions, as well as other artists like Prince, Kenny G., and Sinead O'Connor.

After leaving Brown's group around 1970, Stubblefield settled in Detroit briefly, before moving to Madison, Wisconsin. Over the years, he freelanced with various groups in the Wisconsin area. He also led his own group and was the drummer for humorist Michael Feldman’s public radio show, “Whad’ Ya Know."

In 2010, Minnesota-based drummer, percussionist, and educator David Stanoch co-founded The Coalition for Clyde Stubblefield, along with drummers Stanton Moore and Johnny Rabb. The Coalition was created to personally assist Stubblefield who continued to work and perform regularly at the time while dealing with the stress of kidney dialysis treatments after suffering kidney failure in July 2009.

A true drumming legend.

Clyde Stubblefield played Yamaha Drums, Meinl Cymbals, Remo Drumheads, and Vic Firth Drumsticks.

“There have been faster, and there have been stronger, but Clyde Stubblefield has a marksman’s left hand unlike any drummer in the 20th century. It is he who defined funk music. His softest notes defined a generation.”
Questlove (The Roots)

#RIPTheFunkyDrummer

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