Digital Drum Sheet Music Library

Quality Transcriptions You Can Count On

All the drum sheet music found on this page and throughout the site are full, note-for-note transcriptions transcribed by James Morton--long-time professional drummer, author of over a dozen books with Mel Bay Publications, and creator of the "Rock Charts" column formerly found in Modern Drummer--over the course of his 40+ year career.

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5-9 charts 15% off
10-19 charts 25% off
20-29 charts 35% off
30+ charts 40% off
Title
Artist
Year
Comments
Music
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Paul Simon
1976
One of the most famous drum patterns in rock: Steve Gadd rules.
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Robert Palmer
1986
Might as well face it: "The lights are on/But you're not home." The Greatest Hits album version.
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Bob Seger
1980
Some truths never change, and never will. Thoughtful song.
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Everly Brothers
1958
These guys could sing! Buddy Harman on drums.
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Beatles
1964
From the With The Beatles CD. A great lesser known Lennon song.
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Pink Floyd
1979
The chorus came from a school in Islington, England, and was chosen because it was close to the studio.
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Queen
1980
Queen bass player John Deacon wrote this number one hit.
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Journey
1980
Steve Perry and Neal Schon wrote this on the tour bus. Steve Smith drums.
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Beatles
1963
The Beatles do a heartfelt tribute to Smokey Robinson. John sings, Ringo drums.
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Robert Palmer
1979
"Doctor, Doctor, give me the news - I got a bad case of lovin' you..."
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Huey Lewis & The News
1984
From Sports. VERY funny song, VERY easy chart.
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Creedence Clearwater Revival
1969
John Fogerty = great songwriter. The refrain in the chorus, "there's a bad moon on the rise," is commonly misheard as "there's a bathroom on the right".
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T. Rex
1971
Rock classic featuring frontman Marc Bolan.
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Dave Clark Five
1964
The DC5's first rock ballad. Dave Clark is rich today.
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Michael Jackson
1983
Michael Jackson's biggest hit, produced by Quincy Jones, with drumming by Leon "Ndugu" Chancler.
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Beatles
1968
Made up in the studio. From the White Album. Nothing but fun.
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The Pretenders
1980
One of the lasting hits of the 80s, still very popular. Brass = money. Drummer = Martin Chambers.
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Neil Sedaka
1962
Yes it is. This was a hit twice for Neil. "They say that breaking up is hard to do/now I know, I know that it's true..."
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Van Morrison
1967
A chart by one of my all time favorites-- Van the Man. A real classic.
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The Foundations
1968
Song refuses to die. Part catchy pop and part kitsch, song has nice drum punches.
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