Topic: just for fun: favorite drum intros  (Read 20721 times)

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Ratamatatt

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #100 on: March 19, 2003, 03:43 PM »
It's funny that no one mentioned Krupa's intro to "Swing, Swing, Swing", or Sandy Nelson's "Let There Be Drums", lol!

That's 'cause if I hear Sing Sing Sing one more time I'm gonna kill somebody.  And if you're gonna mention those you've got to include Wipeout.   :P

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #101 on: March 20, 2003, 04:04 PM »
That's 'cause if I hear Sing Sing Sing one more time I'm gonna kill somebody.  And if you're gonna mention those you've got to include Wipeout.   :P

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LOL

How about Buddy's intro to "Mercy, Mercy"? I can listen to that groove forever.

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #102 on: March 22, 2003, 07:30 PM »
the beginning of:
"See Me Burning"-Mikkey Dee of Motorhead (Nothing special, but I just like it, what can I say?

"Release"- Mike Bresciani of Beyond The Embrace.

"Indians"- Charlie Bennante of Anthrax (Once again, nothing special, but a really cool opening)

"Goons of Hazzard"- D.H. Peligro of the Dead Kennedy's.

guerrillawar

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #103 on: March 22, 2003, 07:50 PM »
Whiplash by Metallica
anything Soulfly
my old BIND intros were fun
i can't wait to do some new stuff for bill's band (errr!!! needs a name)

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #104 on: March 22, 2003, 08:59 PM »
Cow Bell is what its all about.  And the sad part, some people don't even own a cow bell.   8)
Okay, cow bell.........hmmmm..............here's one: Mississippi Queen by Mountain.

Tom

Remember that song "Superman"? Forgot which band was that... begining of the 70's. Big cowbell 4tr notes intro.

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #105 on: March 22, 2003, 09:08 PM »
What about that genious intro from Peter Erskine on Weather Report... If I'm not wrong is on "Heavy Weather" album. Sorry I forgot the name on the song, but whoever heard that before knows exactly which one I'm talking about.
That drum solo intro is worthed to be transcribed and played by any drummer!

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #106 on: March 22, 2003, 11:04 PM »
(not very popular hard rock band out of Nashville a few years back)

band: Valentine Saloon
song:  Soak
drummer:   Billy Bakker

orazio

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #107 on: March 23, 2003, 12:25 PM »
'Squib Cakes' David Garibaldi on drums. Ive yet to see the correct transcription to this 4 bar intro. Dave throws in a ton of ghost notes in this groove and if their not played, then the groove just doesn't flow.

'Poor Tom' John Bonham on drums. Nobody hits the bass drum like this guy

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #108 on: March 23, 2003, 01:30 PM »
'Squib Cakes' David Garibaldi on drums. Ive yet to see the correct transcription to this 4 bar intro. Dave throws in a ton of ghost notes in this groove and if their not played, then the groove just doesn't flow.
Found this on the web.  There's a better transcription in  Garabaldi's Tower of Power Grooves video.
Here's the intro to "Squib Cakes", by Tower of Power.
http://www.cse.ogi.edu/Drum/groove/SquibCakes.html

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #109 on: March 23, 2003, 01:59 PM »
'Squib Cakes' David Garibaldi on drums. Ive yet to see the correct transcription to this 4 bar intro. Dave throws in a ton of ghost notes in this groove and if their not played, then the groove just doesn't flow.


Its in Rick Latham's Advanced Funk Studies as well

orazio

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #110 on: March 23, 2003, 02:31 PM »
'Squib Cakes' David Garibaldi on drums. Ive yet to see the correct transcription to this 4 bar intro. Dave throws in a ton of ghost notes in this groove and if their not played, then the groove just doesn't flow.
Found this on the web.  There's a better transcription in  Garabaldi's Tower of Power Grooves video.
Here's the intro to "Squib Cakes", by Tower of Power.
http://www.cse.ogi.edu/Drum/groove/SquibCakes.html


Thanx, its the closest one ive seen so far (at least this one has most of the ghost notes written in)

orazio

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #111 on: March 23, 2003, 02:50 PM »
'Squib Cakes' David Garibaldi on drums. Ive yet to see the correct transcription to this 4 bar intro. Dave throws in a ton of ghost notes in this groove and if their not played, then the groove just doesn't flow.


Its in Rick Latham's Advanced Funk Studies as well
Yes i know, thanx (i have that book) Rick did a pretty good job transcribing 'squib cakes' the only thing he missed out were some of the ghost notes. But, in his defence he probably didn't use any transcribing software (like we have nowadays) which you can use to slow down the tune to what ever % you like.  I believe 'advanced funk studies' was the first drum method book i ever bought, i still like to pick it up and play some of the grooves and solos from time to time.

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Transcription software?
« Reply #112 on: March 23, 2003, 03:03 PM »
...Rick did a pretty good job transcribing 'squib cakes' the only thing he missed out were some of the ghost notes. But, in his defence he probably didn't use any transcribing software (like we have nowadays) which you can use to slow down the tune to what ever % you like

What software do you use to assist in transcribing drum parts?
Hit on 2. Repeat on 4.
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Re:Transcription software?
« Reply #113 on: March 23, 2003, 07:24 PM »


What software do you use to assist in transcribing drum parts?

I use a program called 'Amazing Slow Downer' from Roni Music. It can slow down the speed of the music up to 400% time stretching without changing the pitch.

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #114 on: March 23, 2003, 07:45 PM »
1.  We're an American Band.........Grand Funk

2.  Get Off My Cloud.......Rolling Stones

3.  Emotional rescue......Rolling Stones

4.  I Love It Loud........KISS

5.  Be My Baby..........Ronettes ( Hal Blaine) :)

jrbaker919

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Re:just for fun: favorite drum intros
« Reply #115 on: March 23, 2003, 08:02 PM »
No doubt about it for me, it was Bonzo's intro on ''Been a Long Time''.

Makes me want to buy a Cadillac.

My best,

J. R.

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Re:Transcription software?
« Reply #116 on: March 23, 2003, 09:19 PM »

What software do you use to assist in transcribing drum parts?

I use a program called 'Amazing Slow Downer' from Roni Music. It can slow down the speed of the music up to 400% time stretching without changing the pitch.

Awesome - thanks! I just downloaded a trial version - wow, I would have KILLED to have a tool like this when I was a kid!

Thanks again!
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