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Commandments of R & B Drumming
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Commandments of R & B Drumming

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Drum Set
Composer Zoro/Miller
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc

Price: $24.99

Catalog #32444

UPC code: 038081353562

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Featuring 14 of the funkiest tunes in such styles as gospel, blues, soul, funk , go-go, new jack swing, and hip-hop, this play-along package chronologically documents the evolution of R&B drumming from the 1950s through the late '90s. Included are songs made popular by R&B legends such as James Brown, The Meters , Aretha Franklin, and Janet Jackson. The CD tracks are performed by an all-st ar R&B band featuring Al McKay, the legendary guitarist of Earth, Wind & Fire. The book also provides historical insight, tips for approaching the music, gr oove examples, rare photos, and album cover artwork.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Bustin Loose  
Groove Me  
Hey Pocky Way  
Jupiter  
Loveland  
Old Landmark  
Standing in The Shadows Of Love  
Super Bad Super Slick  
T S O P  
Think  
You  
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