Digital Drum Sheet Music Library

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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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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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Neil Sedaka
1961
Marching snare drum on this early hit.
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Rivieras
1964
Great basic early R&R. High energy and fun.
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Everly Brothers
1960
The Everly Brothers' biggest hit. Great drumming. Buddy was prolific then.
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Kool & The Gang
1980
Played everywhere: weddings, political conventions, parties...funerals....
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John Fogerty
1985
"Put me in coach..." The best baseball song ever written.
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Sam Cooke
1960
Sam Cooke had 29 Top 10 hits. Easy chart with use of accents.
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Led Zeppelin
1969
Early Led Zep. Bonham of course. Pure energy.
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The Little River Band
1979
Australian band that hit it big. Medium tempo 16th note feel. This is a cool chart of a cool song with some cool fills.
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Scorpions
1982
Quasi military drumming: Herman Rarebell.
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Box Tops
1968
Quintessential '60s song: horns, strings, electric sitar, all at once!
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Roy Orbison
1961
Great song. "I was alright for a while..." The one and only Roy.
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Led Zeppelin
1973
From the album Houses Of The Holy, bouncy reggae feel. John Bonham on drums. Cool fills throughout.
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Sly & The Family Stone
1968
Solid drumming from Gregg Errico on their 1st hit.
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Bruce Springsteen
1984
"You can't start a fire without a spark...This gun's for hire..."
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The Four Seasons
1975
Number 1 for 3 weeks, featuring drummer Gerry Polci on vocals as well.
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Everly Brothers
1958
A top 10 hit here for the Everly Brothers.
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Tommy Roe
1969
Pretty interesting drumming actually, from Hal Blaine.
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Steely Dan
1972
For a group that made use of the absolute best in studio drummers, many people may not recognize the name of the original drummer Jim Hodder. Groove that won't quit.
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Contours
1962
Repopularized by movie Dirty Dancing. This song is pure fun!
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Beatles
1964
George sings this, but John wrote it.
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Elvis Presley
1956
#1 for 11 weeks, early R&R classic, D.J. Fontana on drums
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ELO
1979
Easy chart that is fun to play.
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Animals
1965
The Animals were cool, and very blues based. Chas Chandler, the bass player (who recently died) discovered and managed Jimi Hendrix.
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Police
1981
Reggae-rock as played by Stewart Copeland. Breakthrough drumming.
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Fleetwood Mac
1977
"Yesterday's gone." Good advice: Think about today. Shuffle feel.
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Journey
1981
Steve Smith, one of the best drummers on the planet.
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Tommy James
1971
Hal Blaine drums, while Tommy James sings bizarre lyrics.
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Rolling Stones
1980
All 5:39 of it. "You will be mine, you will be mine all mine."
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Beatles
1964
Ringo on Tympani? This has a great hook, from John & Paul.
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Soul Survivors
1967
This Top 10 hit had a great original drum beat. Get this chart, it's a lot of FUN!
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Bad Company
1975
To me, this is what rock is all about: organic, emotional and powerful. Add one of the best rock singers of all time (Paul Rodgers) and you've got a winner. Drummer is Simon Kirke.
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Beatles
1968
Their only instrumental, from Magical Mystery Tour.
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Linda Ronstadt
1982
One of her many hits, this one is in 7/4. Russ Kunkel on drums.
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Rolling Stones
1965
Number #1 that year, this was the Stones' answer to pressure for a followup to "Satisfaction."
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ZZ Top
1983
I love their cool old roadsters, don't you? Fun chart.
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Dave Clark Five
1964
Not quite the Beatles, but fresh and fun. Their first hit. Chunka chunka.
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Bruce Springsteen
1985
Good rock song about nostalgia.
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Young Rascals
1966
Rough and raw in the studio, this features one the most exciting drummers of that time, Dino Danelli.
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Elvis Presley
1962
Happy brush shuffle.
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Led Zeppelin
1969
Classic drumming from John Bonham. Still sounds great!
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Hugh Masekela
1968
Grooving instrumental, jazz-rock, easy chart, fun to play.
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Booker T. & The MGs
1962
The coolest, Al Jackson on drums. Memphis magic.
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Creedence Clearwater Revival
1969
Swamp rock, from CCR Chronicles. Organic rock and roll with wonderful lyrics. John Fogerty is a wonderful storyteller.
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Fleetwood Mac
1982
Written by Stevie Nicks, recorded in France, and one of Mick Fleetwood's favorite songs by the group.
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Beatles
1964
Title track. Opening chord: G7 (add9sus4). Ringo on drums, naturally.
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Creedence Clearwater Revival
1971
From CCR Chronicles, one of their many hits.
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Chiffons
1963
#1 for 4 weeks, nice popping drum fills.
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Them
1965
Young Irish rockers that featured Van Morrison.
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Beatles
1969
From Abby Road. Some of Ringo's finest drumming. Nice meter changes, fills.
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Steely Dan
1981
Model for solid drumming. "Make tonight a wonderful thing..."
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Booker T. & The MGs
1967
Get the Best of Booker T. & The MGs. Funky stuff. Al Jackson on drums.
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Ray Charles
1961
The one and only Ray defied categorization. Number one on rock and R&B charts.
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Sam & Dave
1966
Ditto to above. Al Jackson does the drumming.
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Rolling Stones
1969
"Gimme, gimme, gimme the honky tonk blues." BIG HIT, cool chart.
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Sly & The Family Stone
1969
Vigorous triplet feel. Nice song from Sly. Their drummer Gregg Errico was SOOOO SOLID. A lot to emulate on this chart.
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The Dream Machine
1967
This band from Houston, TX opened for The Who in 1967. Your transcriber, James Morton, on drums.
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Animals
1964
Absolute rock classic of a song that goes back centuries.
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Bee Gees
1977
From Saturday Night Fever. #1 for three weeks.
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John Cougar
1982
Kenny Aronoff switches hands, makes 8th notes sound so good.
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Hall & Oates
1981
Easy to play, but it grooves.
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Eagles
1980
Rock ballad about broken romance. Nice fills at the end.
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Bobby Fuller 4
1966
Texas R&R. Bobby died mysteriously in L.A. that same year. Nevertheless, this is a FUN SONG.
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Glenn Frey
1982
Both charts from the No Fun Allowed album. Happy song.
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Smokey Robinson
1967
"America's greatest poet," says Bob Dylan. Very cool drumming.
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Beatles
1964
Great song, from A Hard Day's Night. Early Beatles were fabulous for sure.
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Herman's Hermits
1964
Carole King wrote hundreds like this. Nice shuffle. British Invasion hit.
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Bruce Springsteen
1984
A brush in one hand, a stick in another, and hang on to that fast tempo!
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Beatles
1964
Great song, from A Hard Day's Night. Harmonically interesting.
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Led Zeppelin
1971
From Led Zepelin III. Hard, driving drumming.
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Big Country
1983
Scottish band, nice drumming by Mark Brzezicki. This chart is hand-written, but still reads clean.
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Roy Orbison
1963
What a beautiful, haunting song! Buddy Harman on drums.
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Beatles
1965
Many critics put this as John Lennon's greatest song. FromRubber Soul. Awesome drumming by Ringo.
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Beach Boys
1963
Where Brian would go when Mike Love got on his nerves. Lot of interesting stories there.
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Wilson Pickett
1965
Soul classic. Steve Cropper (of the MGs) co-wrote this.
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Doobie Brothers
1977
Michael McDonald has got a voice. Solid feel on this chart.
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Elvis Presley
1960
The King's biggest hit.
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Beatles
1965
You know me...Can't get enough Beatles. From Help.
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Greg Kihn Band
1981
New Wave dance hit. Nice groove.
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Kool & The Gang
1983
All Kool & The Gang charts can be found on their Greatest Hits album.
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Van Halen
1984
Might as well. Hot song. Alex on drums.
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Temptations
1971
Beautiful and delicate, a dreamy classic. Tympani & harp.
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Wilbert Harrison
1959
Still maybe the # 1 standard of all-time. Easygoing shuffle.
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Exile
1978
Pure '70s. Four on the floor, solid eighth note rock.
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Eddie Floyd
1966
Memphis soul classic.
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ZZ Top
1974
Inspired by John Lee Hooker, this shuffle rocks hard.
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Mar-Keys
1961
Great early R&R instrumental. Easy drum chart.
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Paul Simon
1980
Steve Gadd's drumming sizzles- see the movie One Trick Pony.
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Cars
1979
New wave fun stuff, unpretentious rock, lots of fun fills.
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Eagles
1977
This song will "surely make you lose your mind."
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Elvis Presley
1961
Elvis rocks! This song proves it.
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Judas Priest
1980
Heavy metal from England, lots of cymbal crashes.
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Hollies
1972
"Saturday night I was downtown, working for the FBI." Cool song.
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Yes
1972
Progressive rock band that has been around. Bill Bruford drums.
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Beatles
1964
From the 1st album. John on harmonica. Remember that cymbal crash?
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Eagles
1995
From the Hell Freezes Over CD.
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Journey
1979
Journey's first hit, with Steve Smith on drums.
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ZZ Top
1979
That band from Texas - from the Deguello album, funky and bluesy.
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Hall & Oates
1982
"Watch out boy, she'll chew you up."
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Chuck Berry
1955
From the dawn of R&R, Jasper Thomas is the drummer. Uptempo 2 beat feel is a fun challenge for young drummers.
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Beatles
1965
Also from Rubber Soul, a trend setting album.
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Bobby Bloom
1970
A Top 10 hit about a magical place. Cool percussion parts, and great bass line.
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Boston
1976
Does this bring back memories or what? Best of the '70s.
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Bee Gees
1977
Easy chart from Saturday Night Fever.
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Wilson Pickett
1965
An absolutely funky soul classic. Al Jackson on drums.
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Paul McCartney
1989
Nice song from Paul, and clever drumming from Chris Whitten.
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Temptations
1965
Pure pop heaven. One of the most gorgeous songs ever recorded!
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Mary Wells
1962
Smokey Robinson wrote this hit a year before he wrote the classic "My Girl," which is right above.
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Searchers
1964
This was Liverpool's 2nd favorite band. Good chart.
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Rush
1982
Their only Top 40 hit; Neil Peart doing his thing.
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Beatles
1965
They had the best bridges in rock history. This is one of them.
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Rolling Stones
1964
Early Stones pay tribute to Buddy Holly, with a Bo Diddley beat.
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Beatles
1965
John was feeling frustrated, and had no ideas, so he wrote "Nowhere Man." From Rubber Soul, one of the great all time albums.
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Roy Orbison
1964
His biggest ever. Van Halen covered. Buddy Harman drums.
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Drifters
1963
I love the Drifters; best doo-wop of all time! Classic song about show biz dreams: "They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway."
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Chiffons
1963
Carole King penned this effervescent hit. Pop magic.
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Spinners
1973
Nice easy chart with an undeniable groove.
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The Motels
1981
Not the Orbison song, but a big hit by the IA new wave band.
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Roy Orbison
1960
The one and only Roy. His first big hit. Buddy Harman on drums.
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Journey
1982
Written by band members Steve Perry and Jonathan Cain, this power ballad was one of their biggest hits.
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Go-Go's
1981
All girl group from IA makes it big.
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James Brown
1964
Yes it is. JB's first foray in the pop Top 40. Great rhythm punches.
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Beatles
1964
Get the Please Please Me CD. Fun chart to play.
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James Brown
1965
This was the crossover hit that made JB a big star.
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Eagles
1973
"I like the way your sparkling earrings lay against your skin so brown."
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Steely Dan
1975
Masters of the studio, with Rick Marotta drumming.
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Deep Purple
1984
Same titled comeback CD. Meter changes are fun. Heavy sound. This chart is hand-written, but still reads clean.
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Wild Cherry
1976
Always a crowd pleaser, recently voted #1 greatest funk song of all time!
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Beatles
1962
From their 1st album, their first UK #1. Raw and fresh!
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Coasters
1959
They did nothing but funny songs and this is one of them. "You're going to need an ocean/of calamine lotion."
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Led Zeppelin
1970
This was meant for the Led Zep III album but was released years later on the Coda album.
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Dee Clark
1961
Great song. Get out your brushes out for this classic.
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Aretha Franklin
1967
Absolutely an unquestionable classic! Roger Hawkins on drums.
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Staple Singers
1971
Memphis soul classic. Roger Hawkins on drums.
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Yes
1988
Alan White on drums.
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Cascades
1963
Hal Blaine on drums. Nice easy chart that flows along.
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The Doors
1971
From their album L.A. Woman. One of the Door's best. Atmosphere to the max.
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Gerry Rafferty
1979
Very clever song form, reminiscent of Beatle chord changes. His followup to "Baker Street."
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John Fogerty
1985
Great stripped down basic rocker with nice lyrics.
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Def Leppard
1983
Rick Allen with his spandex-laden pals, playing with both arms.
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Aretha Franklin
1971
Bernard Purdie is great. If you don't believe it, just ask him.
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Hues Corporation
1974
Sounds even better now than way back then. Good production.
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Creedence Clearwater Revival
1970
One of their many hits during the late 60s and early 70s. Almost a magical groove.
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Del Shannon
1961
"I WA WA WA WA Wonder." 1961 was a good year for R&R. Cool song!
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Scott McKenzie
1967
"Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair." Hal Blaine drumming.
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Rolling Stones
1965
"I can't get no...." The Stones' first #1. Charlie Watts on drums. Easy chart.
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Fleetwood Mac
1975
Written by Christine McVie, it remains one of the group's most popular songs.
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ZZ Top
1983
From their biggest selling album, Eliminator.
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Manhattans
1981
Worldwide hit, with a huge hook. They can tour forever on this.
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Jr. Walker & The All Stars
1965
Oh yeah, this is good. Totally mesmerizing. "It's party time." Junior Walker can wail like crazy on the sax.
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The Isley Brothers
1959
They made it up on the spot at a concert. Fun for all. Thanks for the the request Barbara!
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Otis Redding
1968
Otis had his biggest hit after he died in a plane crash. Tragic. This is classic soul.
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Grand Funk Railroad
1975
I love the fact that most of this song is just bass, drums, and voice. Hard rock shuffle.
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Bar-Kays
1967
Fun soul instrumental with nice fills and punches. The title? A few years after the movie Goldfinger.
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Sam & Dave
1967
Soul classic with Al Jackson playing solid, as usual.
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Blood Sweat & Tears
1970
Great jazz-rock drumming by Bobby Colomby.
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Bobby Darin
1958
From the guy who did "Mack The Knife."
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Classics IV
1968
Cool sound, from The Very Best Of Classics IV.
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Rolling Stones
1981
Dirty rock song becomes computer commercial.
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Bee Gees
1978
From the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. R&R Hall Of Fame.
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Robbie Dupree
1980
Same feel as the Doobie Brothers' "What A Fool Believes." Nice drum chart.
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Joe Jackson
1982
Moving tune, and very, very tight.
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Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs
1963
"There's a crazy little house beyond the tracks/And everybody calls it the Sugar Shack." Coffee houses are popular again.
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U2
1983
Irish band's early album hit, has lots of energy, creative drumming.
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Beach Boys
1962
"Let's go surfin' now/Everybody's learnin' how..." Early Beach Boys.
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Lynyrd Skynyrd
1974
Southern rock at its finest. "Turn it up!" A real classic.
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Eagles
1972
Their 1st big hit, and a rock classic today. Made a spot in AZ famous.
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Berlin
1986
From Top Gun. Nice easy chart.
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Doobie Brothers
1976
From the Best Of The Doobies. This has to be in the pocket, or else.
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Herb Albert & The Tijuana Brass
1965
Hal Blaine gives some very tasty drumming! Nice brushwork with setups and fills.
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Beatles
1965
Lesser known song from the Help CD.
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Eagles
1977
"Take another shot of courage..." Smooth California rock.
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Sly & The Family Stone
1970
JB invented funk, and passed the torch to Sly. Signature bass line.
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Greg Kihn
1981
New Wave. "They don't write 'em like that anymore."
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Box Tops
1967
Blue-eyed soul from Memphis: "Gimme a ticket for an air-o-plane..."
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Tokens
1961
One of the most unusual pop hits. Originated in Africa!
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Little Eva
1962
Carole King penned this, her babysitter sang it, and it rocks.
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Eagles
1980
Don Henley drums and sings.
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Led Zeppelin
1973
From the Houses of the Holy album, the title refers to the sea of fans seen from the stage. John Bonham on drums.
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Glenn Frey
1982
Easy rock ballad.
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Bruce Hornsby
1986
Syncopated piano riff later sampled by Tupac Shakur. Went to number one.
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UB40
1989
Band from Great Britain does covers with a reggae flair. Originally by the Temptations.
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Bob Dylan
2000
Dylan wrote this for the movie Wonder Boys. It won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in a movie.
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Beatles
1964
Great song, from A Hard Day's Night. Minor verse into major chorus.
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Aretha Franklin
1968
Her seventh Top Ten hit, this featured the soulful and funky drumming of Roger Hawkins. Also featured in The Blues Brothers movie.
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Everly Brothers
1959
Don & Phil again. 4 stroke ruffs all over the place. Buddy Harman on drums.
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Cyndi Lauper
1984
Can You believe Miles Davis made a cover of this? Quirky.
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Booker T. & The MGs
1969
The MGs were on most of the great STAX soul records.
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Steely Dan
1981
From the Gaucho CD. Rick Marotta drums.
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Rush
1981
Famous fills by Neil Peart. Landmark song from Canadians. Full 4 page chart.
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Beatles
1966
From Revolver, the Beatles' 1st psychadelic recording.
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Kool & The Gang
1980
Drummer: George Brown.
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Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose
1972
Their million seller followup to "Treat Her Like A Lady".
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Cars
1980
The strangest hit from the Cars, in 5/4 time.
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Ricky Nelson
1961
Did you know Ricky had 35 Top 40 hits? This was his biggest.
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Spandau Ballet
1983
Good chart to read, with lots of punches and rests.
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Beatles
1964
A R&R moment. John screams this, Ringo drums. Let's rock.
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Righteous Bros.
1965
Hal Blaine on drums. Pretty song from the movie "Ghost."
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The Drifters
1964
Nothing says "summer" better than this classic by the Drifters.
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The Drifters
1963
"When this old world starts getting me down..." Absolute R&R classic. This song officially endorsed by Billy Joel.
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Foreigner
1981
Guess who plays sax on this? (Hint: See "Shotgun," 1965)
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Shocking Blue
1970
Did you know this band was from Denmark? Phonetic singing. Now it's used pretty famously in cosmetic commercials.
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Foreigner
1981
Great rock ballad. Very cool touches on the drums.
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The Left Banke
1966
Sounds of the harpsichord permeate this lovely baroque rock piece. Wistful song.
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Four Seasons
1963
"My cool father, said give her up, don't bother/the world ain't comin' to an end. He said to walk like a man..." Great song.
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Everly Brothers
1961
Very clever drumming by Buddy Harman.
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Fats Domino
1960
Easy chart from one of the pioneers of rock and roll.
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Rufus Thomas
1963
R&B classic from a Memphis legend.
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Animals
1965
Chas Chandler, the bass player (who recently died) discovered and managed Jimi Hendrix. Speaking of which, this song is written around the repeating bass guitar riff. Very intense, driving song, giving Eric Burden a chance to growl.
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Jimmy Ruffin
1966
Reflective sad song: "I know I've got to find/Some kind of peace of mind." Jimmy's brother David sang for the Temptations.
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Tina Turner
1984
From Simply The Best. Easy chart with meter changes.
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Jefferson Airplane
1967
Best use of dynamics ever in a pop song. The height of psychedelia, and on many 'best songs ever' lists. Nice snare drumming.
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Rolling Stones
1971
One of the greatest Stones songs, and one of the greatest R&R songs. Charlie Watts on drums.
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Shirelles
1961
1st ever girl group #1 song. New York studio craftmanship. 1st Carole King hit. Girl group classic.
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Surfaris
1963
Every drummer gets asked at some point: "Can you play 'Wipeout'?" Here's your chance to learn how!
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John Lennon
1981
Nice tune, even if it is written about Yoko.
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Beatles
1964
Beatles cover Buddy Holly. Ringo plays drums and drum case on this track!
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Lee Dorsey
1966
Neat linear groove. That New Orleans influence. Creative drumming!
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Beatles
1964
From A Hard Day's Night, great guitar riff, it rocks.
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Joe Jackson
1984
Very funky drumming. Joe Jackson is a very eclectic musician. This chart is hand-written, but still reads clean.
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The Jets
1987
Good chart to learn consistence and groove with.
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Aretha Franklin
1967
Aretha + drummer Roger Hawkins = pure soul classic.
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Beatles
1963
The Beatles, especially John, loved Smokey Robinson, who wrote this.
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J.D. Souther
1979
A la Roy Orbison, a nice rock ballad. Rolls along easily.
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Barry White
1975
One of a kind. Barry White was born with that foghorn voice.
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Chicago
1985
Great song. Please get this, I guarantee you will love it!
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Sade
1984
Sexy and cool, triplet feel.
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