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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Wilson Pickett
1966
Al Jackson makes quarter notes sound wonderful. Great grooving.
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The Temptations
1966
This Motown classic was almost not released. Funk Brothers play.
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Carla Thomas
1966
If you like Aretha & Etta James, you'll love this. Stax Records classic.
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Four Tops
1964
Motown magic, not to mention a classic.
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Smokey Robinson
1981
Smooth as silk, nice drumming.
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Barry White
1974
I polled one of my classes as to who had the sexiest voice. Guess who won?
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Aretha Franklin
1967
The Muscle Shoals session musicians tear it up behind Aretha. Roger Hawkins is the soulful drummer.
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James Brown
1967
Could this be the funkiest thing ever recorded? I think it is.
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Supremes
1964
Their third #1 already. They were just getting started.
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The Spinners
1972
The Spinners weave their magic. Just relax and groove.
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Gnarls Barkley
2006
You'd be crazy not to like this chart. CeeLo Green and Danger Mouse.
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Smokey Robinson
1979
Smooth as silk. This song took Smokey 5 years to write. "You're gonna fly away, glad you're coming my way."
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Box Tops
1968
Quintessential '60s song: horns, strings, electric sitar, all at once!
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Sly & The Family Stone
1968
Solid drumming from Gregg Errico on their 1st hit.
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Paul Young
1985
#1 hit written by Daryl Hall. Retro Motown.
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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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Ike & Tina Turner
1964
High energy from Ike & Tina. This slightly obscure R&B number was an all-time favorite of Keith Richards.
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Four Tops
1965
"Sugar pie honey bunch." From the Detroit clubs to the top of the charts.
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